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Tuesday, January 25, 2011
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM

EcoTuesday Cleveland January Event: Greenhouse Greats

EcoTuesday is proud to feature a special launch event on January 25th : 'Grassroots Greenhouse Greats'. This event will feature a panel of some of the most exciting projects to innovatively extend the growing season to support year-round urban agriculture and incorporate smart and clean energy solutions as well. The work of these great Cleveland entrepreneurs - social entrepreneurs - is among the most energizing city-wide. It represents the great nexus of opportunity at the intersection of the two highest priority themes as determined by Sustainable Cleveland 2019 - Local Food and Energy Efficiency. The celebration years designated for these topics are 2011 (Energy Efficiency) and 2012 (Local Food). On January 25th we feature Grassroots Greenhouse Greats - each project, whether in planning or implementation stage - involves extremely unique and innovative materials, strategies, and designs. We are happy to have supported and served all of these projects - and continue to strive to do so in meaningful ways. Each project is manifesting in a grassroots fashion that will develop community with great economic and environmental impact in mind. Don't miss this one! This esteemed panel features the co-founders of the following: ALL Greenhouse Projects NOW CONFIRMED!Community Greenhousne Partners : Tim Smith Gardens Under Glass at the Galleria : Vicki Poole Green Acres Market Plaza : Arthur Fayne Tunnel Vision Hoops: Carlton Jackson and/or Mike Walton Don't miss this Fourth Tuesday EcoTuesday event on January 25th at the Club at Key downtown! Complimentary light appetizers with Cash Bar (Pub) available. Just $5 via Meetup.com (Cleveland EcoTuesday Meetup) in advance, and $10 at the door. Call 216-849-8651 with any questions! Let's have some fun - and together, transform our city by enriching: jobs, environment, and economy!EcoTuesday is proud to feature a special launch event on January 25th : 'Grassroots Greenhouse Greats'. This event will feature a panel of some of the most exciting projects to innovatively extend the growing season to support year-round urban agriculture and incorporate smart and clean energy solutions as well. The work of these great Cleveland entrepreneurs - social entrepreneurs - is among the most energizing city-wide. It represents the great nexus of opportunity at the intersection of the two highest priority themes as determined by Sustainable Cleveland 2019 - Local Food and Energy Efficiency. The celebration years designated for these topics are 2011 (Energy Efficiency) and 2012 (Local Food). On January 25th we feature Grassroots Greenhouse Greats - each project, whether in planning or implementation stage - involves extremely unique and innovative materials, strategies, and designs. We are happy to have supported and served all of these projects - and continue to strive to do so in meaningful ways. Each project is manifesting in a grassroots fashion that will develop community with great economic and environmental impact in mind. Don't miss this one! This esteemed panel features the co-founders of the following: ALL Greenhouse Projects NOW CONFIRMED!Community Greenhousne Partners : Tim Smith Gardens Under Glass at the Galleria : Vicki Poole Green Acres Market Plaza : Arthur Fayne Tunnel Vision Hoops: Carlton Jackson and/or Mike Walton Don't miss this Fourth Tuesday EcoTuesday event on January 25th at the Club at Key downtown! Complimentary light appetizers with Cash Bar (Pub) available. Just $5 via Meetup.com (Cleveland EcoTuesday Meetup) in advance, and $10 at the door. Call 216-849-8651 with any questions! Let's have some fun - and together, transform our city by enriching: jobs, environment, and economy!

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