It’s Local Food Week… All Month Long! Here you will find the listings of all the amazing events going on around Green Country. You can find out more information at www.localfoodweek.org. Click on the image to view the pdf version of the events calendar.
Click here to download the schedule for Green Country Farmers’ Markets for 2012 Click here to download the schedule for Tulsa Farmers’ Markets for 2012
TCC, Sustainable Green Country, AEP-PSO, and Whole Foods present Eco-Fest 2010….click here to learn more
Northeast Oklahoma Beekeepers Association is holding the annual BIG BEE BUZZ on March 19-20, 2010 at the Eastside Christian Church near East 15th Street and Harvard Avenue in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The cost is $25.00 per person, which includes meals. Ray from Dadant in Paris, TX, will be there. If you place your orders now and [...]
Green Drinks is an informal opportunity for people interested in sustainability to network over cocktails. Each month we feature a speaker who connects people with ideas, services, and issues that will grow awareness, develop momentum for change, and enhance the environmental community. In April we will hold Green Drinks at Philbrook Museum of Art to [...]
Come explore the environmental, economic, and social benefits of Brownfields redevelopment; learn up-to-date information about technical and regulatory considerations and financial incentives; and hear Brownfields success stories in Oklahoma. Brownfields’ resources such as financial incentives and liability protection can be very important economic development tools for local governments, regional planning agencies, nonprofits, and the private [...]
Green Drinks is an informal opportunity for people interested in sustainability to network over cocktails. Each month we feature a speaker who connects people with ideas, services, and issues that will grow awareness, develop momentum for change, and enhance the environmental community. Speakers Kevin Stephens of Kevin Stephens Design, Land Legacy, and Sustainable Tulsa will [...]
Discussion afterward from Buy Fresh Buy Local and Whole Foods In Food, Inc., filmmaker Robert Kenner lifts the veil on our nation’s food industry, exposing the highly mechanized underbelly that has been hidden from the American consumer with the consent of our government’s regulatory agencies, USDA and FDA. Our nation’s food supply is now [...]
What is the future of sustainable design? Architects Frank Lloyd Wright and Sam Mockbee founded design/build schools based on their personal philosophies on architecture that were tied to what we now see as environmentally-sound principles. But what are those schools doing now? Price Tower Arts Center presents a panel discussion including representatives from architecture programs across the U.S. as they discuss new approaches toward sustainable design topics. Panelists include Victory Side, Dean of Taliesin: The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture; Rusty Smith, Rural Studio Coordinator at Auburn University; and Macraw Rood, Chairman of the Board of Yestermorrow Design/Build School.
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This event has been canceled. Check Price Tower Arts Center website for further details.
October 3, 2008 12:30 – 4:30pm / October 4, 9am to 1pm
Location TBA, Tulsa