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SENS Event

Event presented by the Sustainable Environment Network Society

April 2017 Monthly Meeting - Guy Dauncey +  

Schubert Centre - 3505 30th Ave
Journey To The Future
Guy Dauncey

Guy Dauncey, author with a positive vision of a sustainable future, discusses his latest book and provides numerous ideas of how we can act on his visions to make life much happier and healthier for everyone -- grandchildren too!. Everyone welcome.

Seedy Saturday +  

Recreation Centre - 3310 37th Ave
Admission by donation (e.g. $2).
Bring seeds for free seed exchange table.

AGM, Seed/Plant Swap & Sale, Presentations +  

Schubert Centre - 3505 30th Ave
Time Activity
6:30 pm Free seed & plant swap and plant & seed sale
7:30-7:40 AGM - everyone welcome
7:40-8:30 Expert gardeners Jocelyne Sewell and Julia Lissau share tips for our hot, dry Okanagan gardens, Questions and discussion encouraged.
8:30 pm More seed swap / sales

Bring seeds, plants and clippings for swap or giveaway

Collect free seeds and buy plants & seeds

Bring envelopes and pen

February Monthly Meeting - Tiny Homes +  

Okanagan Regional Library - meeting room

Local tiny homes: planning, constructing, and occupying, presented by several residents in the know.

January Monthly Meeting - Our New Climate +  

Schubert Centre - 3505 30th Ave

Andrew Weaver at SENSSome 200 people gathered at the main hall in the Schubert Centre Thursday evening.

World renowned climatologist and contributing author to Nobel Prize winning IPCC reports, Dr. Andrew Weaver spoke about what we can expect for our climate over the coming years.

He also explained the science behind the changes and what actions you can take to mitigate those changes.

Press release at the URL below.

The Future of the ALR +  

Okanagan Regional Library - meeting room
A Conversation with Richard Bullock
An evening of discussion about the importance of protecting the ALR

Richard Bullock is a Kelowna Agriculturalist who has been active in industry, and has served as the president of the BC Fruit Growers Association, BC Tree Fruits Ltd., and Sunripe Products Ltd., as well as a director of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture.

He is a former Chair of the Agricultural Land Commission.

SENS and the Library co-sponsored a full-house evening of dialogue with Richard Bullock, November 24, with interesting questions and comments from attendees. Here’s Richard on CBC radio: http://www.cbc.ca/listen/live/radio1/kelowna and here are some of the comments from the evening.