Join Sustainable Belmont for a special free event at Mass Audubon's Habitat on 
Wednesday, August 3

Sheep, potluck picnic and talk 

Sustainable Belmont invites you any or all of the following, thanks to Mass Audubon Habitat Director Roger Wrubel   
August 3 at  Habitat 5 - 8 PM

This event is FREE and open to all but 
SPACE IS LIMITED so advance registration is highly recommended.

______________5 PM – walk to the new sheep and goat meadow where the animals’ dietary habits restrain oriental bittersweet and poison ivy.  Space limited to 15.
______________6 PM - potluck picnic.  Bring your own beverages, picnic blanket, place settings, and a dish to share.  Space limited to 25.
______________7 PM - presentation on the Western Greenway by Belmont Citizen Forum’s Citizen of the Decade and Habitat Sanctuary Director Roger Wrubel. The Western Greenway is several hundreds of acres of connected open space with many hiking trails in Belmont, Lexington, and Waltham. Space limited to 50.
Register (each event) with by August 1.



July 16 - 24: Arlington’s Climate Change Week
A week of activities, learning and service dedicated to the climate. Co-sponsored by Vision 2020 Sustainable Arlington and a Better Future Project and the Mystic River Watershed Association.
For more information or to register for events, visit:
Summer read
“Slowing Down the Consumer Treadmill” by Sustainable Belmont member Rick Heller in the current issue of Humanist magazine:

New Local Food Trading Resource
Check out this new local food trading website.  A great resource for relocalizing!  Although promoted as a food trading resource, there are also posts on plant sharing and other related items as well.

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