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Staring today and until April 21, please cast a daily vote to support CDi's biochar and biochar briquette production at New Earth Farm in Virginia Beach. Any grant received will help us finalize and establish this unique project which will generate revenue to support our Haiti programs (including reducing deforestation by providing briquettes as fuel alternative), create a full-time job and provide some awesome locally and sustainably made artisanal products.
Please click, search for "New Earth Farm", vote daily and share the word!
Ends April 21, 2014, 4:00 PM
As part of our campiagn against pollution and corporate subsidies to a private corporation we need a catchy grahic!
It will show who is on the Board and their assets and contrats that with the public tax monies they are seeking.
Should be quick and easy for a skilled artists!
You can put your name and website on the flier/poster/visual.
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Ends April 22, 2014, 4:00 AM
Workshop Description: Do you ever wonder why Word *fights* you when you're trying to simply write something? Do you want to make your Word documents simple, easy–and not to mention–gorgeous? Make Word do your bidding instead of having it be your nemesis.
If you've ever wanted to treat MS Word like the fax machine from Office Space, this workshop is for you. Cedric will teach you the basics of Word's style sheet, why it is important to stick to, and all the awesome things you can do by employing them.
Cost: This workshop is FREE for Hatch members and $15 for non-members.
Visit www.hatchthefuture.org to learn more about Hatch, our programming, membership options, etc.
Starts April 21, 2014, 10:30 PM
In honor of Baltimore Green Week, The Nature Conservancy is hosting a panel discussion around a very important topic: water. Conservancy staff members and other experts will answer this question: Do you know where your water comes from? The panel will discuss where Baltimore's drinking water comes from, what condition it is in, and what we can do to safeguard the highest quality water for people and nature. Learn about the role of both our man-made water supply infrastructure and our "natural" infrastructure - our forests, wetlands, and floodplains - in providing our invaluable drinking water supply. There will be a Q & A section afterwards for members of the audience to ask our specialists specific questions.
This event is free and open to the public! Light refreshments will be provided.
Starts April 21, 2014, 11:00 PM