Sustainable ME: A Read & Do Group
Sustainable ME is a book group for readers and doers.
It meets on WEDNESDAY once a month at 6:30 PM in the Seminar Room.
Working on a tricky homestead project? Wish you had a garden planning buddy? Looking for your tribe of DIYers? Try our new book group for nonfiction readers interested in learning about projects and making them happen. Together we’ll read nonfiction books about skills and try them out! Join our team of literary explorers as we hash out our visions of sustainability, green cleaners, working bikes, useful stuff, and edible yards. Come share what you’ve learned.
- June 21st 6:30 PM – 7:30 Bokashi Composting Seminar Room
- Join us as we create bokashi bran and a bokashi compost bin similar to those detailed by Adam Footer in Bokashi Composting: Scraps to Soil in Weeks. Will it work? Have knowledge we should know? Come share your expertise or sense of adventure. No prior reading necessary.
- July TBD
- August TBD
- September TBD
- October TBD
March 22nd — Local Sustainability
READ No Impact Man by Colin Beavan
SHARE your favorite strategies
DESIGN your sustainability goals
April 26th — Growing Abundance
READ Gaia’s Garden by Toby Hemenway
SHARE your planting techniques
PLAN your growing spaces
May 24th — Green Spring Clean
READ Making It by Kelly Coyne & Eric Knutzen
SHARE your tricks of home economics
MAKE green cleaning supplies
More dates to come….
Discussions are open to all readers. Alternative titles are available.
Call with questions:
(207) 725 5242 x228