Wednesday, July 01, 2009

The Good Taste of Sustainability

12:30 Invocation-Pastor Ken Collins

Snohomish County Executive Aaron Reardon

Snoqualmie Gourmet Ice Cream owner Barry Bettinger

Darigold Vice President of Consumer Products Division Brian Linney

Snohomish County PUD Commissioner District 3 Toni Olson

Puget Sound Partnership Linda Lyshall

Sustainable Development Taskforce of Snohomish County Dena Peel

1:30-2:30 Live Music by "May Palmer Queen of Ivory Soul" click here to see the Queen of Ivory Soul's website

2:00-4:00 Snoqualmie Gourmet Ice Cream Tours ( allow 30-minutes)

1:30-4:00 Networking –Relaxing-Ice Cream Treats

Ongoing Demonstrations: Pervious concrete, worm-bin How-to’s;* mini-dog training show;* solar

Visit exhibit booths

· Sustainable Development Taskforce of Snohomish County-

· Washington State University Extension Rain Garden Coalition

· Tree Frog Enterprises

· Puget Sound Partnership

· Edmonds Community College

· Built Green

· Department of Ecology

· Snohomish County PUD

· Cedar Grove Compost

· Bonneville Environmental Foundation

*See how easy turning your food scraps into the best of all plant foods can be! We’ll bed and feed a worm-bin every half-hour and cover all sorts of fun facts about compost. Kids’ activities too.

* Dogs can be very disruptive to the landscaped yard-learn some tips on how to train Fido to minimize damage.

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