Summer Lawn Care Tips at Green Drinks.
Byline: KAT GERDTS
Are you ready for summer lawn care? Join Green Drinks at 7pm on Wednesday, April 24th, upstairs at McGonigal's Pub, 105 S. Cook St., Barrington. This month, Allison Neubauer of the Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant (IISG) will speak about the "Lawn to Lake Program".
This initiative seeks to reduce chemical runoff entering the water supplies by improving awareness on the overuse of chemical fertilizers, pesticides and water in lawn and landscape maintenance. Lawn to Lake is funded by a grant from the U.S. EPA Great Lakes Restoration Initiative.
As one of 33 Sea Grant Programs in the U.S., IISG is focused on southern Lake Michigan communities. The program is funded through National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the University of Illinois and Purdue University.
Green Drinks are free, informal, lively discussions open to the general public featuring guest speakers on a different topic each month. Come early and order dinner!
Also in April - Carbon Pricing 101on Thursday, April 18th, 7 pm at the Barrington Area Public Library. Support is growing for carbon pricing as a necessary step to address climate change. It's supported by 88 countries and a broad array of public interest groups, yet most Americans know very little about carbon pricing.
Join us to learn:
* Why carbon pricing is an effective policy for climate action
* How carbon pricing will speed a transition to renewable energy
* Many co-benefits including employment and jobs
* What broad, diverse groups support carbon pricing
* How you can support a carbon pricing policy
Sponsored by Go Green Barrington (GGB), a group of forward thinking local advocates that rallies residents, businesses and government bodies throughout the Barrington area to raise environmental awareness and take action that makes a difference. Connect on facebook to learn more!
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|Publication:||Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL)|
|Date:||Apr 9, 2019|
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