The city of Falcon Heights Environment Commission will host a “Sustainable Actions Fair” Saturday, April 28, at Community Park (at the corner of Cleveland and Roselawn avenues).
The event will include workshops and a variety of organizations will have informational tables set up to help residents explore topics such as “Becoming a Zero Waste Household,” “Solar Options for Everyone” and “Household Energy Efficiency Upgrades.” Featured presenters will include:
• Minnesota Plug-In Vehicle Owners:Members of this local group will have their vehicles on-site and will field questions.
• The Good Acre: Representatives will present information on its Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) subscriptions and food classes offered at its site at 1790 W. Larpenteur Ave.
• Pollinator-friendly gardening: Find out how and what to plant to support the health of our pollinators. Activities will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Participants are encouraged to take away one or more tips or ideas that will help them move toward living more sustainably. An activity for elementary-age children is planned for the morning, and light food and beverages will be available. You can keep informed of workshop scheduling and other updates by following the City of Falcon Heights Facebook page.