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Giving Natives a Chance Planting Event at Clayton Valley Drain

December 8, 2018 from 9am to 12pm
Join the Contra Costa County Flood Control and Water Conservation District with the Restoration Trust at our 6th Annual Native Planting event on Clayton Valley Drain.Giving Natives a Chance began as a joint effort between the Contra Costa County Flood Control District and the Restoration Trust to see if given a proper chance, native plants such as creeping wild rye, Santa Barbara sedge, and Baltic rush could outcompete invasive species in our creeks. This year we will be replanting on the east…See More
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Support SCOCO on #Giving Tuesday!

 #Giving Tuesday is November 27th! Facebook and PayPal are matching donations on Facebook for a total of up to $7 million dollars.Donate to help us launch a Countywide program that will engage thousands of residents of Contra Costa in new and exciting ways to help them reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. Sustainable Contra Costa's committed team and partners will work…See More
Nov 9
Tyler Snortum-Phelps posted a blog post

Support SCOCO on #Giving Tuesday!

 #Giving Tuesday is November 27th! Facebook and PayPal are matching donations on Facebook for a total of up to $7 million dollars.Donate to help us launch a Countywide program that will engage thousands of residents of Contra Costa in new and exciting ways to help them reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. Sustainable Contra Costa's committed team and partners will work…See More
Nov 9
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Modified - A Food Lover's Guide to GMO's at Peacock Theater @ Rossmoor

November 27, 2018 from 7pm to 9pm
n the award-winning new documentary Modified, the filmmaker and her mother embark on a very personal and poignant investigative journey to find out why genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are not labeled on food products in the United States and Canada, despite being labeled in 64 countries around the world. Interweaving the personal and the political, the film is anchored in the filmmaker’s relationship to her mom, a gardener and food activist who battled cancer during the film's production.…See More
Nov 3
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Snowfest - Benefiting Sustainable Contra Costa at Sports Basement Walnut Creek

November 9, 2018 from 4pm to 9pm
The snow may not be here yet but Snowfest is! Sports Basement's 13th annual Snowfest kicks off on November 9th in Walnut Creek. Sustainable Contra Costa has been chosen as Walnut Creek's Snowfest's Beneficiary organization! When you spend $100 or more you'll get a 2-for-1 voucher to Squaw | Alpine and a raffle ticket to win tons of prizes.…See More
Oct 31
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Oct 31
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Trees - For Healthy Fruit, Shade and the Environment

Trees are the most productive plants on earth. One average-sized fruit tree produces over 250 pounds of fruit per year. Did you get that? 250 pounds from one single tree!  Most fruit trees are also super easy to grow and don’t require much maintenance, or even water after they get established. So, if you want…See More
Oct 30
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Straws Film Screening at Martinez Campbell Theater

November 14, 2018 from 6pm to 8pm
Join Contra Costa County's Last Plastic Straw, a Crestwood Healing Center sustainability campaign, for a screening of the film Straws at the Campbell Theater in Martinez on 11/14 at 6:00pm. Learn about the problems caused by plastic pollution and steps that our community can take to be part of the solution! Special guests, including The Last Plastic Straw founder, Jackie Nunez, will join our discussion panel and answer audience questions. Additionally, local businesses that have taken action to…See More
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Welcome to the Sustainable Contra Costa Network

#Giving Tuesday is November 27th! Facebook and PayPal are matching donations on Facebook for a total of up to $7 million dollars. Mark your calendars and plan to donate. Your support will help us launch a Countywide program that will engage thousands of residents of Contra Costa in new and exciting ways to help them reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. Details here.

10th Annual Sustainability Awards Gala!

On September 20th, our community came together for the Leadership in Sustainability Awards Gala to celebrate and honor those who demonstrate outstanding commitment and leadership in making Contra Costa communities healthy, beautiful, clean, and resilient.

We enjoyed delicious food and beverages from our local, sustainable partners at the beautiful Pleasant Hill Community Center.

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