Social hour and potluck dinner—6 pm, speaker and discussion—7:00, Sierra Club Bay Chapter Office, 2530 San Pablo Avenue in Berkeley.
“Green Friday” events combine interesting speakers with potlucks; please bring a healthy dish to share. Beverages and tableware will be provided. Suggested donation $2. To RSVP (appreciated but not required), volunteer, or for more information please contact Ken Peterson
Friday, March 11—“The Legacy of David Brower”.
Kevin Connelly, associate director of Earth Island Institute, will present “The Legacy of David Brower”, including a brief overview of Earth Island’s many projects and campaigns. David Brower was the first executive director of the Sierra Club and the founder of Earth Island Institute, home to nearly 60 projects working on a wide range of environmental issues here locally, across the nation, and in over 30 countries around the world.
Friday, April 8—“Resource Recovery in the East Bay”. Sophia Skoda, program manager for the Resource Recovery Program at the East Bay Muncipal Utility District, will describe EBMUD’s efforts at recycling waste methane gas for electrical-power generation. EBMUD’s Power Generation Station recovers most of the available energy from methane gas to power wastewater treatment. Sophia will also discuss EBMUD’s reduction of wastewater impacts in San Francisco Bay.
Volunteers for Green Fridays
Help keep the Green Friday potlucks running. Volunteer roles include:
• program committee;
• set-up crew;
• clean-up crew.
To volunteer, contact Joanne Drabek at (510)848-0800, ext. 315, or firstname.lastname@example.org