Author: Deborah Wiig

Morton’s Warm Springs Picnic July 27th

Saturday, July 27, 10am – 5pm. Enjoy a day of fun in the sun with fellow Grangers, families, and friends in the healing waters at our own Morton’s Warm Springs in Glenn Ellen! Bring your swim gear, food to share,

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June 17, 7pm: Story and Song: An Evening about Women’s Earth Alliance

Hosted by the Social Prophet Choir Monday, June 17th Location: Sebastopol Grange Hall Doors at 6:30, Program 7pm-9pm Tea and Dessert On this night, The Social Prophet Choir of Sebastopol, CA, welcomes Women’s Earth Alliance Founders, Melinda Kramer and Amira

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Home Gardener Produce Exchange/Donation at the Grange!

What:  Join us in a pilot program geared towards redistributing homegrown produce and eliminating food waste.  The idea is for home gardeners (or food lovers) to come together to trade produce.  It is an opportunity to trade items you have

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Here’s what happened at the April Grange Potluck Meeting!

           

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Congratulations to the Sebastopol Grange Spring 2019 Scholarship recipients!

A Community Grant was awarded to the Non-Violent Communication Group that meets bi-monthly at the Grange. The money will be used for a trainer for the group. Grange members are welcome to join the group and after the trainings, a

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CAFF & The Farmers Guild present” A Green New Deal for Agriculture Tuesday, May 7, 6-9pm

With climate change threatening our farms and food system, more and more Americans are doubting the promise of incremental reform, calling instead for bold, sweeping legislation to develop a carbon-neutral economy as soon as possible. For some, the Green New

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LandPaths: Community Conservation Practitioners, a talk given by Craig Anderson at our March 26th Potluck Meeting

LandPaths is an organization dedicated to connecting people with place. The idea is to restore ecological functioning and people’s relationship with land. Question: Where were you young? How has that place changed? Importance of Youth: Kids have been disconnected from the

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Join us for a fun Grange Work Party on Sunday, April 7

Join us at the Grange Hall on Sunday, April 7, 9am-3pm! Brunch will be prepared by Matt Roberts, a fellow Grange Member We will have Hot Coffee, Hot Tea, and Mates available. Additional Snacks for the afternoon portion are welcome

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Don’t miss our March Potluck Meeting with Craig Anderson of Landpaths

Tuesday, March. 26, 6-8:30pm (Rescheduled from February) Join us for a great meal with Grangers and friends. Everyone is welcome! Craig Anderson, executive director of LandPaths, will be our speaker this month. LandPaths creates ways for people to experience the beauty,

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Meghan Walla Murphy presentation at the January potluck meeting at the Grange

Meghan Walla-Murphy, an ecological and conservation educator, researcher, author and storyteller, gave a fascinating presentation at our January potluck meeting. Meghan has traveled the world living with peoples whose lives are naturally integrated with the environment. Who • Meghan is

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