Green Drinks

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If you haven’t attended Green Drinks yet they take place every 3rd Thursday of every Month. They are free and open to everyone. We work to keep the conversation around building a sustainable community alive at these events as well as providing a platform to meet new people, explore new opportunities, and enjoy complimentary eats from local restaurants.

Upcoming Schedule:

Date Time Location Topic
2/16/17 5:00-6:00 Norman Williams Public Library SW Energy Action Group
3/16/17 5:00-6:00 Worthy SW Gardens Action Group
4/20/17 5:00-6:00 Worthy EAN Dashboard
5/18/17 5:00-6:00 Mon Vert SW Recycling Action Group
6/15/17 5:00-6:00 Kedron Brook Landing in Woodstock Ottauquechee River natural resource Conservation District- Sue Greenall
7/20/17 5:00-6:00 At Marsh Billings Rockafeller National Historic Park National Park Service
Board member Barbara Barry explains solar energy options.

Board member Barbara Barry explains solar energy options.

Green Drinks is an international phenomenon, started in the United Kingdom in 1989, now in over 600 places.  It is an informal gathering of people interested in environmental issues who meet periodically to exchange news and ideas over their beverages of choice.

In Woodstock, we hold Green Drinks gatherings at the Worthy Kitchen, on Rt. 4 east of the village, or in other locations depending on the topic.

Contact Zach Ralph at Sustainable Woodstock for more information.  457-2911  or zach@sustainablewoodstock.org

Solarize program coordinator Zach Ralph speaking at Green Drinks event in 2014.

Solarize program coordinator Zach Ralph speaking at Green Drinks event in 2014.

“Collaboration is the key to efficient problem solving.  Green Drinks brings us all together in one room to meet like-minded people on the cutting edge of what’s next in sustainability.  Meeting people outside of your regular circles helps you avoid professional mono-culture.”

–A Green Drinks participant in New York City.

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