This is Going to be Exciting!!
How would you like to be able to network with other folks who sincerely care about the planet and making it better, and maybe even making some money while doing so? IOE and our partners NTP/CEED will be initiating Ecolonomic Meetup Groups around the country!! Starting in Northern Colorado, we will be having a monthly networking, socializing and educational event with refreshments, speakers, and other cool things.
We have started three Meetups here in Northern Colorado which are listed below. Please join one or all of these and join with us to meet on a regular basis and talk about how we can do little things and big things to “Make a little Money Making the Planet Better”.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office at 303-495-3705 for more info. More announcements about times and dates to come. Also, we need volunteers to help so let us know if you are interested!! Meetups help people with shared interests plan meetings and form offline clubs in local communities around the world getting together doing something. You can find Meetups in your area, they are found every where.
Examples of Meetup Groups Around the Country
Meetups are groups of people with shared interests plan meetings and form offline clubs in local communities around the world. Meet your people in your area, offline. Get together to do something, learn something, share something.
This month, Jessica Goldstrohm of The Bees Waggle, will be giving a talk all about native bees. Please join us to learn about these important and amazing insects. Jessica’s program helps everyone understand the importance and simplicity of nurturing pollinators in our own yards and communities. Are you interested in doing what you can to help reverse the serious decline in pollinator health? Concerned about the impact of pesticides on human health and the environment? Frustrated by working alone? By working together we can learn about the issues, educate our neighbors, park, schools and government and advocate for change. The Metro Denver People and Pollinators Action Network meets monthly on the 3rd Monday at 7 pm. (Join Meetup)
We’ll use the PechaKucha presentation style you’ve seen at events like Ignite and Switch: 20 auto-advancing slides in 5 minutes. After these action packed sessions, each speaker will hold court at separate tables for additional questions and networking.
Come join us. (Join Meetup)
Learn an incredibly fast, nearly free, and easy way to get rid of grass and xeriscape your yard so you will NEVER have to turn on your sprinklers or mow ever again! This hands on workshop is FREE and you’ll leave with the hands on knowledge and experience to transform any yard in Colorado into a sustainable, beautiful, drought tolerant and weed free landscape. See a dramatic transformation of a demonstration yard in just a few hours with far less work than you ever imagined possible. (Join Meetup)
“Gifts that Won’t End Up in the Landfill” ~ part of the “Love This Place” series
The Love This Place program is an eight-part series that connects government agencies, local sustainability leaders and members of the public around Denver’s 2020 Sustainability Goals.
Each event connects you to organizations that will provide resources and support to translate these long term goals into actions you can take today. Denver is a special place – a place that finds a home in one’s heart. Native or transplant, from Platte Park to Park Hill, we all love this place. We’re proud to call Denver home, and we show our love for the Mile High City by doing our part to take care of it. (Join Meetup)
The international wind industry has grown by leaps and bounds. In 2015, it was a $330 billion dollar industry worldwide, employing 88,000 in the US alone. It is now one of the lowest cost renewable energy options. The technology has evolved to become far more reliable, predictable, and grid-friendly making it one of the most desirable alternatives throughout the world. Please join us as Sandy Butterfield, President of Boulder Wind Consulting, will share with us an overview of the wind industry, its technological evolution and where he sees the industry going in the future. (Join Meetup)