If you have been curious about the “Green Amendment,” here’s the perfect opportunity to learn about it! Maya K. van Rossum, founder of the Green Amendment for the Generations Movement and author of The Green Amendment, The People’s Fight For A Clean, … read more.
by Al Johnson, Co-chair, Earth and Climate Ministry
Allie’s Garden has been fully planted, thanks in part to help from our Children’s Faith Engagement participants. Our crops of carrots, sweet potatoes and butternut squash are off to a good start. Volunteers to water the garden are … read more.
by The Earth Ministry Team
Next to the fence surrounding Allie’s Garden, we have a large compost bin that provides wonderfully nutrient rich, dark, decomposed organic matter that, when added to the soil, makes it better. The dark, humus-like end product starts with vegetable and fruit … read more.
UUCWCers really like their coffee…your recycling efforts filled the bin for Coffee Capsules in just a few months! Never fear, another bin will accept your capsules (no loose coffee grounds). We continue to have bins for Candy/Snack Wrappers, Oral Care, and have 2 new bins for Misc. Waste and Dinner/Party items. … read more.
Save your used toothpaste tubes, dental floss containers, snack & candy wrappers, and coffee capsules/pods or tea disks for an on-going collection! There are 3 separate bins for oral care, coffee and snack items, usually non-recyclable, located opposite the offices by the stairway. Collection lasts … read more.
Allie’s Garden has a new sign! Wendy Stasolla and Roy Vogel collaborated on the project, with Roy providing yet another memento of fine woodworking. Thank you both!
Three years of Covid haven’t stopped Allie’s Garden from flourishing and the Earth Ministry (EM) is grateful to Al … read more.
by Members of the Earth Ministry Team
Recently, the Earth Ministry Team reviewed Bill Gates’ book “How to Avoid a Climate Disaster” and his view of solutions we have and breakthroughs we need. It was a good platform for discussion over the wintertime. We present a … read more.
by Al Johnson
Despite the HomeFront and Food Ministry programs still unable to use our produce, Allie’s Garden went full steam ahead growing fresh vegetables for the needy in our area. Our criteria for crop choice were: those that were relatively easy to grow, useable by … read more.