Conservation Celebration

I got an email from a fellow environment lover about a really cool thing going on in Arlington this weekend, billed as the Conservation Celebration:

Get supplies and information on green cleaning, native plants, rain barrels, and compost bins. Check out a real biodiesel car and tour Arlington County government’s only geothermal building – Taylor Elementary. Hear Arlington County Board Chairman Paul Ferguson or plant a tree with State Delegate Bob Brink. Drop off any of the following (clean) material for local organizations to reuse and recycle: bubble wrap, packaging peanuts, Styrofoam blocks, batteries (all but car batteries), yogurt cups and tubs (#5), cell phones, ink jet printer cartridges, lids and bottle caps of any kind, yarn, and fabric.

Location – Taylor Elementary, 2600 N. Stuart St., Arlington, VA 22207
Time: Saturday, April 14, 9:00 a.m. to noon
For more information click here and dig the pdf document!

This post appeared in its original form at DC Metblogs

Carl Weaver is a writer and brewer for and has been making beer and wine for more than 20 years. He is also an avid photographer and writer and just finished his first book, about a trip he took to Thailand to live in Buddhist monasteries. He considers himself the last of the Renaissance men and the luckiest darned guy in the world. Follow him on Twitter.

Comments are closed.