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Adopting a Zero-Waste Lifestyle

  • Monday, November 18, 2019, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

By adopting a zero-waste or voluntary simplicity lifestyle, you not only help the environment by taking waste prevention to the max, it can also make you feel good. Simple living enables you to focus on experiences rather than things. Additionally, choosing to notpurchase an item (by buying used, for example, or going without) saves all of the energy that goes into producing that item in the first place. This workshop will look at strategies and tips individuals and families can adopt to reduce their waste output by cultivating more fulfilling and mindful lifestyles when it comes to protecting the planet.  

Presenter: Theresa Mayhew, Resource Educator, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Columbia & Greene Counties

To register: call the library at 518-766-2715 or register for Adopting a Zero-Waste Lifestyle online by Friday, November 15.

Fee

Free

Contact

Theresa Mayhew
Resource Educator, Community and Economic Vitality
tcm5@cornell.edu
(518) 828-3346 ext. 217

Location

Nassau Free Library
18 Church Street
Nassau, NY 12123

Last updated October 8, 2019