South Jersey Sustainability Forum and Resource Fair to Bring Together Green Teams and Sustainability Leaders on October 28

on Oct 14, 2013

Meet Sustainable Jersey leaders from Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland and Ocean Counties

WHAT: 

Sustainable Jersey is bringing together Green Teams, community members and sustainability leaders for facilitated discussions to foster regional collaboration, joint projects and to share resources. The event will begin with a resource fair to connect residents and municipalities with the local resources that can help them save energy, reduce costs, and realize a range of economic and environmental benefits. 

WHEN:                

Monday, October 28, 2013 5:00-8:00 pm

STOCKTON COLLEGE, 101 VERA KING FARRIS DRIVE (Campus Center Event Room), GALLOWAY, NJ 08205; Light Food Buffet and Beverages Served

REGISTRATION LINK

PROGRAM:        

Speakers and Resource Fair participants will include:

  • Donna Drewes, Co-Director, Sustainable Jersey
  • Jeff DuBois, President, South Jersey Gas
  • Barbara Fiedler, Go Green Galloway
  • Brad Smith, Absecon Green Team
  • Jamie Infanti, Earth Shepherds from Absegami High School
  • Amy Menzel and Michele Bellinger, Atlantic County Utilities Authority
  • Jody Carrara, Association of New Jersey Environmental Commissions
  • Barry Hackett, Atlantic County Government, Department of Planning
  • Suzanne Ishee, Center for Creative Placemaking
  •  Ronda R. Urkowitz, P.P., AICP, Cross County Connection Transportation Management Agency
  • Jennifer Dowd, Eco-Schools USA/NJ Audubon
  • Jamaal Reavis, GreenFaith Residential Solar Program
  • John Saccenti, International Fund for Animal Welfare
  • Ed Hutchinson, NJ’s  Clean Energy Program: Hutchinson Mechanical Services
  • Danielle Heise, NJ's Clean Energy Program: Techni-Art
  • Tanya Oznowich and Marc Rogoff, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)
  • Morgyn Ellis and Steve Luell, NJ DEP Watershed Ambassadors
  • Sal Mangiafico, Rutgers Cooperative Extension
  • Michael Chadwick, United States Green Building Council
  • Kathryn Sellers, The Wetlands Institute

WHY:                   

Connecting communities to the right resources, tools and incentive programs- and each other- is very important.  Attendees will meet other Green Team members and organizations, agencies and businesses ready to support or assist with sustainability initiatives and projects.

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