Friday, March 02, 2012
Evergreen Newsletter available, meeting March 6.
From left, Milton Councilman Bill Lusk, Crabapple Crossing Elementary Principal George Freiberger and Milton Sustainability Coordinator Cindy Eade celebrate the school's inclusion in the Evergreen program.
The latest edition of the Evergreen newsletter, which details environmental efforts across North Fulton and is produced through a partnership between the City of Alpharetta, Keep Johns Creek Beautiful, the City of Milton, and the City of Roswell, is now available.
Check it out for news on all sorts of environmental events and a rundown of the next Evergreen meeting March 6 at Milton's own Northwestern Middle School.
Anyone interested in environmental education and building or maintaining school gardens and outdoor learning areas are encouraged to attend this meeting. Come and tour the permaculture project at Northwestern and see examples of outdoor classrooms. Refreshments will be provided by Harry's Farmers Market.
To view the newsletter, click here (CONTENT AVAILABLE ONLY ON DESKTOP SITE).
Posted by Accessmilton Admin at Friday, March 02, 2012