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Grand Opening of Living Green Gardens, Pittsburg at Pittsburg City Hall

May 30, 2015 from 10am to 12pm
We cordially invite you to the Grand Opening of Living Green Gardens on May 30th 10:00 to Noon. This half-acre garden at City Hall is a demonstration garden that will be promoting Integrated Pest Management, Water Conservation and Drought Tolerant Plants. The garden is for residents but also for commercial landscapers to learn about new innovative irrigation techniques as well as about fertilizer methods and drought tolerant plants. This systems has installed a fertigation tank to use organic…See More
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Lana miu is attending Kiana Caban's event

Water Costs You Three Ways - Stop Throwing Money Down the Drain at PG&E Food Service Technology Center

June 18, 2015 from 9am to 12pm
Water, like electricity and natural gas, is a mission critical component of any restaurat operation. Whether turned into steam to cook vegetables or heated to sanitize soiled wares and wash customer and staff hands alike, water has three embedded costs - the cost of the water itself, the cost to dispose of it and the cost to heat it. Efficient cooking and sanitation technologies as well as regimented maintenance programs can drastically reduce water and energy costs and maximize profits.See More
Emily Shostrom Baker is now friends with Melissa Diane Accolla and Alfonso Vergara
Mike Vandeman posted a discussion

How to Cut Your Water Consumption in Half!

By simply peeing in the back yard, instead of using the toilet, I cut my water consumption in half! I also put 5-gallon buckets in the kitchen & shower to collect graywater, which I give to my fruit trees. They have never been happier!See More
Anne Baker posted an event

Green Drinks at Residual Sugar

May 28, 2015 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm
Gather with like-minded sustainability professionals, volunteers and concerned citizens for another round of the quarterly Green Drinks sessions!See More
Marc Don joined Sheila Hill's group

Sustainable Walnut Creek

Promoting sustainability in Walnut Creek.
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Welcome to the Sustainable Contra Costa Network

The Community Resilience Challenge is in full swing!

Join us in collective action to create a more healthy, just and resilient community.  We are on our way to our goal of collecting 8500+ community enhancing pledges from now through the end of May!

For Individuals: Register Your Action. Whether you convert your lawn, volunteer at a garden work party, host a neighborhood pot luck, swap clothes, seeds or skills...every action counts!

For Community-Based Organizations: Become a Challenge Partner and be recognized for the amazing work you do to build resilience! Register your public event as part of the Challenge.



7th Annual Contra Costa 
Leadership in Sustainability & Green Building Awards Gala

On September 23rd, our community will come together at the Hilton Concord to celebrate and honor those who demonstrate outstanding commitment and leadership in making Contra Costa communities healthy, beautiful, clean, and resilient - for the long run. Recognize individuals, nonprofits, government programs, schools, or businesses for their accomplishments

Nominations Due June 30th!


Leadership in Sustainable Communities

Leadership in Food System Innovation

Leadership in Sustainable Resource Management

Leadership in Sustainable Economics

Rising Star Award (18 and under)

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SCOCO Partner Letter 2015




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