Join Us for Some Summer Eats, Drinks, & a Movie on August 29th! We’d Love Your Support!

Posted by on Aug 15, 2019 in BLOG, Events | No Comments
Join Us for Some Summer Eats, Drinks, & a Movie on August 29th! We’d Love Your Support!

Join us for a festive evening in the garden, watch the award-winning film The Biggest Little Farm, & support EAS+Y’s mission to foster local, sustainable solutions for food resources, waste streams, and energy use in our community. Swing by Buchanan Community Garden from 6-7pm for seasonal bites and beverages followed by a film screening of the award-winning and […]

Share

Annual Membership Meeting Thursday, September 5! Members and Wannabe Members Welcome!

Posted by on Aug 14, 2019 in BLOG, Events | No Comments
Annual Membership Meeting Thursday, September 5! Members and Wannabe Members Welcome!

Save the Date for Thursday, September 5th, for our annual membership meeting from 6:30-8:00pm at the Buchanan Community Garden. Our membership meetings include an outline of EAS+Y’s current programs and plans, a chance to hear ideas and feedback from members, and this time around, a special screening of the short film Our Last Trash coupled […]

Share

Stop By Our Zero Waste Refill Pop-Up Shops This Fall!

Posted by on Aug 5, 2019 in BLOG, Events | No Comments
Stop By Our Zero Waste Refill Pop-Up Shops This Fall!

Go Zero Waste and bring your own container (we will have some available if you forget) to refill with fragrance-free BioKleen laundry detergent, dishwashing detergent, dishwashing soap, general household cleaner, and Dr. Bronner’s fragrance-free Castille Soap next to the GoFarm food share pick-up from 3:30-6:00pm at Evergreen Middle School every second Thursday of the month […]

Share

UPDATED: Plastic Whoas: Mountain View Waste, Waste Management, Plastic Free July, and What You Can Do About It!

Posted by on Jun 7, 2019 in BLOG, Events | No Comments
UPDATED: Plastic Whoas: Mountain View Waste, Waste Management, Plastic Free July, and What You Can Do About It!

UPDATE IN JULY: Recently Mountain View Waste stated they were only accepting plastics #1-2. As of July 1st, we confirmed they are back to collecting plastics #1-7. The recycling industry is undergoing some changes as outside countries stop accepting plastics from the US, so we may continue to see some changes and shifts. Mountain View […]

Share