The Greener Home - Building for the Future


CALENDARS & EVENTS

1. ASAP (Asheville Sustainable Agricultural Project) links local farmers with local markets to help build community and a viable economy at:
http://www.asapconnections.org/calendar.html

2. Earthaven Ecovillage, located in Black Mountain, NC, offers a workshop calendar for do-it-yourselfers who want to learn how to live more lightly on the planet at:
http://earthaven.org/calendar.php

3. Western North Carolina Green Building Council (WNCGBC) offers a workshop-oriented "Green Calendar" at:
http://www.wncgbc.org/events/calendar.php

4. North Carolina Solar Center, a part of North Carolina State University, provides a class-oriented calendar at:
http://www.ncsc.ncsu.edu/

5. NC Green Power provides a speaker-oriented calendar at:
http://www.ncgreenpower.org/

6. Organic Growers School offers an agricultural-oriented workshop calendar at:
http://www.organicgrowersschool.org/

7. Slow Food Asheville provides a food- and beverage-oriented calendar at:
http://www.slowfoodasheville.org/pages/events.asp

8. Warren Wilson College offers a nature and agricultural "Green Calendar" with an educational and outdoors bent at:
http://www.warren-wilson.edu/~elc/green_calendar.shtml

9. International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) offers a world-wide calendar of key sustainability conferences and workshops at:
http://www.iisd.org/
 

10. Sustainable Asheville Area Network provides a regional events-oriented calendar at:
http://www.sustainableasheville.org/calendar.html

 

11. Southern Energy and Environment Expo is the region's largest green event, held every August for three days at the Ag Center in Asheville at:
http://www.seeexpo.com/

 

12. Blue Ridge Naturalist series of workshops and field studies is offered at the North Carolina Arboretum at:

http://www.ncarboretum.org/education/blue-ridge-naturalist/

 

13. Firestorm Cafe in Downtown Asheville has an active calendar and plenty of books for activists of all leanings at:

http://www.firestormcafe.com/

 

14. Riverlink offers many worthy volunteer opportunities to improve the quality of the French Broad River at:

http://www.riverlink.org/