This year EEC is aligned with the Eastchester Schools' Wellness Initiative. Wellness is an environmental issue too because health, psychological well being, emotional lives and spirit are powerfully impacted by the environment. EEC goals are to engage students and to help where we can to educate students on sustainability and empower them to create recycling and composting practices in the schools, to learn more about gardening and locally sourced nutrition and other issues of environmental concern
You are cordially invited to
Eastchester’s 8th Annual
Green Medallion Award Celebration
Thursday December 7, 2017, 6 - 8 pm
Free food and live music! No entry fee, cash bar.
The Eastchester Environmental Committee has planned an environmental achievement awards program that recognizes individuals, businesses, community groups, students, government entities or other organizations that conduct or participate in activities that benefit the community’s environment. Honorees include:
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ü Recycling and use of recycled materials ü Pollution prevention ü Waste reduction ü Protection of the natural environment ü Enhancement of the natural environment ü Organizing Cleanup of litter or debris ü Storm water mitigation ü Environmental education or increasing awareness of environmental alternatives ü Monitoring the condition of the town’s environment (streams, habitat, etc.) ü Supporting the Environmental Committee ü Activities focusing on any of the 3 R’s (Reduce / Reuse / Recycle)
Food by The Eastchester Inn, Growlers Bistro & Polpettina Performances by students of The John James Music School For more info & to RSVP please contact the Committee at 917-497-9285 or Info@EastchesterEnvironmentalCommittee.com
Our 2nd annual demonstration on how to leave your leaves and grass on your yard and all the benefits. Vital nutrients, water retention, safer roads, lower costs, and more. Easy to do, come to Town Hall to how.
December 7th at Broken Bow Brewery. Do you know of a group or individual that deserves to be recognized for their environmentally connected actions and/or achievements? Please lest us know by sending us an email.