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From Me to We: Building Community

It's almost here!!  Back to Basics is less than a week away!  Are you ready?  Check out the workshops and e-mail us your registration information.

This year promises to be better than ever with the return of some of our favorite workshops and a variety of new presenters and topics.  Check out these articles at  Back to Basics to Host Chuck Marohn  and Goat Goods Owner Giddy for Goats
Vendor booths are open free to the public all day.  We still have room for vendors. Contact us if you'd like to reserve a booth space.

Building a Resilient Region
The partnership between Region Five Development Commission and Central Minnesota Sustainable Development Plan to create a resilient central region has already made great strides in what will be a 25-year undertaking.  Focusing on key areas of land use, economic development, housing, and transportation, the Consortium shared various options about what the future could hold for Central Minnesota with an audience of more than 150 people on December 15, 2012.  Learn more about the Resilient Region Project

Local Foods College

Tuesday January 24, 2012 is the first in a 7-week series of workshops focused on increasing local foods production throughout the region. Register today at Local Foods College.

Where Does Your Waste Go?

What waste goes where? Visit My Garbology for a fun and interactive adventure that tests your knowledge on waste. 

You can enjoy delicious organic fruit and support Happy Dancing Turtle each time you place an order with FruitShare.   Support HDT's efforts to promote sustainable living by entering the Promo code: HDT with your order.  Thank you for your support!
Health Green Communities Partnership

Find out how you can get involved with the Healthy Green Communities Partnership.

Task Force Meeting Dates:

Green Step: February 15, 8am at HUG Campus
Dam Park: 1st Thursday 5pm at HUG Campus
Community Garden: March 8, 5:15 at Dark Cravings

e-mail for more info

HDT Book Club - Online

Join us online to explore the concepts and practices shared in a variety of books related to sustainability.  February's featured book is This Perennial Land by Lansing Shepard and Paula Westmoreland

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