Transition things to do in Feb

Help to start a Community Energy Project in St Albans

Are you interested sustainable energy? Your contribution is needed! A small group are beginning to think about how to create a Community Energy Project in St Albans (click here for more information). To come to the meetings and help think how to do this– email energy@transitionstalbans dot org

Could you share your food garden?

The Home Grown Food group are looking for new food gardens for the Open Food Garden Programme in 2014. (Click here for more information) Big or small, your garden could inspire other people to grown their own too!  To find out more, no obligation email romayne dot hutchison@gmail.com

Book your seat for Chasing Ice – film on Friday 21st Feb 7.30pm

This haunting, magical and terrifying film illustrates the world’s glaciers, shot over one year using time-lapse video. One night only screening by Riverside Streets Community Film Club click link for more information and film trailer.

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Fill in this short Food Survey

Please spend five minutes filling in this Food Survey (click for survey) being carried out by William Powell, a Herts University student. The results will feed into the Food Smiles: Local Food for St Albans project and help to inform views and attitudes of local people.

Warm up with Green Drinks on Tuesday 11 Feb

Join others for a friendly informal discussion of environmental issues. Monthly get together at The Blacksmiths Arms St Peters St, 8-11pm.

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