Green Solutions Watershed Symposium 2013
Celebrating and connecting our watershed resources on November 2 at Felton Community Hall
October 16, 2013, Santa Cruz Mountains, CA
The entire community is invited to a FREE event, A Green Solutions Watershed Symposium, on Saturday, November 2, 2013 at Felton Community Hall, from 1 to 5 p.m. The Symposium will feature a powerful performance by harpist Cathleen OʼConnell, three amazing local nature documentaries, two panels of experts discussing topics of vital concern to residents in the mountains, and informative displays by local organizations. The event includes free gifts and snacks, and is presented by the Valley Womenʼs Clubʼs Environmental Committee.
Each short documentary features exceptional photography, including never before ﬁlmed moments in the life of the fragile newt, the cycle of life in Henry Cowell Redwood State Park, and breathtaking shots of rarely visited parts of the watershed with commentary by experts. The ﬁlmmakers will be available for a question and answer period.
The panelistsʼ topics range from understanding our water supply and installing grey water systems, to healthy streamside living and our role in restoring endangered Coho salmon and steelhead trout.
Green Solutions Make ʻnʼ Take interactive tables will provide education and recipes, demonstrating how to make your own non-toxic products, and teaching how this is related to our watershed.
Each attendee will take home a free gift bag of inspiring educational materials, and Green Solutions Make ʻnʼ Take products. Local author Stephanie Sellers Sakasai will ofﬁcially launch the second edition of Green Solutions for Everyday Living on http://www.onewateronepeople.org offering free downloads of the ebook edition.
Visitors and participants will be able to connect and network with the various local nonproﬁt organizations and groups by providing space for Q&A, information, education and services during this event. Check out the schedule of event for details for show times. All are are free to enjoy movies, music, and healthy snacks.
Our goal is to celebrate and inspire our watershed community to balance the needs of nature and people in one place. As a community we can inspire each other to make a difference. For further information visit www.onewateronepeople.org.