An international team of adventurers, researchers, and Ocean ambassadors go on a mission around the globe to uncover the shocking truth about what is truly lurking beneath the surface of our seemingly pristine oceans. Presented in partnership with the Wilmette Public Library.
Are you interested in using solar energy but can’t install a system on your own roof? Go Green Wilmette and the Wilmette Community Solar Project invite you to join us Tuesday, February 20th from 7:00-8:30 p.m. at the Wilmette Public Library for a Town Hall meeting to discuss the benefits of community solar to residents in the Wilmette area and beyond. Learn how you can support clean energy while saving money. Non-Wilmette residents are invited! Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Our guest speaker from Trajectory Energy Partners will define community solar and detail how land owners, communities, businesses, and residents can work together to create a community solar project. We will invite community input and engage in a discussion about the opportunities for a Wilmette project. If you would like to subscribe to a community solar project someday, you can (without obligation) sign on and join a growing list of area residents who are seriously interested in becoming community solar subscribers. Sign on here: http://www.wilmettecommunitysolar.org
Meet our senior intern, Ruthie Gold! She works full time for the Garfield Park Conservatory as the Student Engagement Coordinator, but still makes time for us at our monthly board meetings. We had a great meeting tonight with our 12 board members and 2 fantastic interns, and are looking forward to seeing you at GGM on Sunday, March 11th! #wilmette
Anne Nagle, MD, a GGW board member and Bike Wilmette member, is an active transportation advocate. She organized the north suburban “Active by Design” summit with Mark Fenton in 2016. She continues her work to make our community a better place to walk and bike – for the health of our residents and the health of the planet. She attends seminars and conferences and recently developed a pop-up bicycle lane demonstration tool kit with the help of grants from AARP and the Evanston Bicycle Club. Her work was featured in the Active Transportation Alliance’s blog and this Tufts University publication.