Live Green Leads & Networking Group - Tuesday, November 7th, 2017, Fodor Farm, Norwalk, CT

Join the new and exciting Live Green Leads and Networking Group, and do business with other sustainability leaders.

 

The Last Taste of Summer Craft Beer Festival - September 30, 2017 - Featuring Over 80 Brews & Pours!

Enjoy a fabulous afternoon with family and friends at this zero-waste, craft beer festival featuring over 80 brews and pours from Connecticut’s finest craft breweries, special pours, sours and hard to find brews, for our VIPs. Get your VIP tickets before they are sold out and purchase General Admission tickets before the festival, as gate prices are higher.  We are also looking for Zero Food Waste Ambassadors - volunteers who will help with environmental education. If interested, please contact Daphne Dixon at Daphne@livegreenct.org.

Live Green Connecticut Leadership Network

The Live Green Connecticut Network is designed to support and encourage the interests of community leaders and key stakeholders in business, government, NGOs, schools, and houses of worship in finding, developing and putting into action effective initiatives that move the needle on community resilience, vitality and sustainability that will not only address local needs and conditions, but also support Fairfield County, other portions of Connecticut and the surrounding metropolitan region.

A Brand New Live Green Connecticut! Festival Comes to Greenwich this September!

Produced by Live Green Connecticut! The Last Taste of Summer Craft Beer Festival showcases artisan foods , fabulous live music, and the best craft beers Connecticut brewers have to offer. 

 Select beers from the region, live music, a variety of delicious food, an array of exhibits, scenic setting with picturesque views of Greenwich Harbor, make this the perfect finale to the summer craft beer festival season.  

  • Proceeds benefit the Live Green Connecticut! Zero Waste Fellowship Program. 
  • The Last Taste of Summer Craft Beer Festival is a zero food - waste event. Why is that important? It means food waste will be diverted from trash and used to create compost. 
  • Join us at The Last Taste of Summer Craft Beer Fest at scenic Roger Sherman Park in Greenwich for a great time and for a great cause that benefits our local communities.

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