Sustainable Richmond Tonight at Gallery 5

by | Jun 4, 2010 | POLITICS

Sustainable Richmond is a FREE event created to encourage environmental consciousness by promoting the products, services, and programs offered by local eco-friendly organizations and businesses. They will be offering plenty of take-home information, free samples, demonstrations, and many other opportunities to learn about sustainability!

Some participating businesses include Strange’s Greenhouse, Virginia Sierra Club, Riverbend Nursery, Live Roof, Green Goat, Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Green Duck, Food not Bombs, River City Cleaning, Sprout Market, GreenGardens, Healthy House, The Central Virginia Gardeners Forum and many more!

* Over 300 tomato plants, pots and organic soil have been graciously donated by Strange’s Greenhouse. So audience members will be able to pot their own plants and take them home!

Also featuring demonstrations and presentations on:
– Urban Beekeeping
– Rooftop Gardening
– Solar Power installation
– Rain Barrel usage
– Eco-friendly cleaning
– Gardening and cosmetic supplies
– Landscaping
– Composting, green containers, flower pot recycling

This event will be held in conjunction with The James River Green Building Council’s presentation of the 2010 “Green Spaces” competition “Stay Space.” It will be located in our upstairs gallery. For more info about Stay Space, please visit:

For more information: http://www.jrgbc.org/greenspaces/




Sustainable Richmond is a FREE event created to encourage environmental consciousness by promoting the products, services, and programs offered by local eco-friendly organizations and businesses. They will be offering plenty of take-home information, free samples, demonstrations, and many other opportunities to learn about sustainability!

Some participating businesses include Strange’s Greenhouse, Virginia Sierra Club, Riverbend Nursery, Live Roof, Green Goat, Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Green Duck, Food not Bombs, River City Cleaning, Sprout Market, GreenGardens, Healthy House, The Central Virginia Gardeners Forum and many more!

* Over 300 tomato plants, pots and organic soil have been graciously donated by Strange’s Greenhouse. So audience members will be able to pot their own plants and take them home!

Also featuring demonstrations and presentations on:
– Urban Beekeeping
– Rooftop Gardening
– Solar Power installation
– Rain Barrel usage
– Eco-friendly cleaning
– Gardening and cosmetic supplies
– Landscaping
– Composting, green containers, flower pot recycling

This event will be held in conjunction with The James River Green Building Council’s presentation of the 2010 “Green Spaces” competition “Stay Space.” It will be located in our upstairs gallery. For more info about Stay Space, please visit:

For more information: http://www.jrgbc.org/greenspaces/


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