Our first Green Ideas and Ham breakfast forum of the fall is next Tuesday, Sept. 21, from 8 to 9AM.
Samantha Chadwick, Environment Minnesota
Our first Green Ideas and Ham breakfast forum of the fall is next Tuesday, Sept. 21, from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.
We'll be getting together again at the Red Stag Supperclub in Minneapolis, and attendees will join the conversation about energy efficiency with local business and labor leaders. You can still RSVP.
On hand will be Jill Curran from the Energy Smart program of Minnesota Waste Wise, a non-profit affiliate of the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce; Representatives from organized labor; Kim Bartmann of the Red Stag, Minnesota's first LEED-certified restaurant; and, of course, local citizens and community leaders who want to learn more and trade ideas about energy efficiency improvements in our community.
We won't be asking for any contributions to Environment Minnesota. However, attendees are responsible for the cost of their breakfast. $15 includes: house-made breakfast pastries; sausage or bacon; organic eggs with hashbrowns, or fruit and house-made granola and yogurt; as well as juice and coffee.
With help from the many of you who weighed in on October's breakfast topic, we've already planned the next forum! And you chose a fitting topic -- just in time for the harvest, we'll be discussing Food and Farming.
Hope to see you there!
We will be hosting Green Ideas and Ham the second to last Tuesday of each month. September's forum is co-hosted by the Metro Clean Energy Resource Teams (CERTs) and your attendance will only help to make it an even stronger discussion and forum. We hope you can make it for this breakfast, and for many more to come!