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Envionmental News

The Climate Action Team of the Olympic Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Sequim/Port Angeles, is sponsoring a series of forums on the 1st Sunday of the month at 12:30 PM at the Fellowship, located at 1033 N. Barr Rd. addressing a variety of climate issues. The public is invited to this free event. Each presentation will last from 30-45 minutes and include an opportunity for questions. For more information contact Emily Beals, Chair Green Sanctuary Team  
We believe addressing climate change is everyone's business and hope this series of lectures/workshops/ films will enable us to become more informed about the issues and empowered to take meaningful action.  
Feb 5: Improving Our Home Energy Efficiency: What to do to improve the energy efficiency of your home, lower your use of fossil fuels and move to using renewable energy.  
March 5: Green Alternatives to Burial & Cremation: Exploring environmentally sustainable options other than the highly polluting and expensive methods of cremation and burial that are currently being used.  
April 2: Conserving Washington's Forests: A discussion of Washington's public & privately owned forests and the conservation efforts currently underway to manage and preserve them, especially our old growth and legacy forests.  
May 7: Recycling & Use of Plastics: A discussion/workshop about recycling efforts on the Oly Peninsula and alternatives to our use of plastics, particularly single use plastics. Workshop may also include a documentary about plastics.  
June 4: Making Healthy Food Choices: A discussion/workshop of how to make healthy food choices, where to shop locally, the personal and planetary benefits of eating less meat or a vegetarian/vegan diet.  
July 2: A Broad Look at Where Our Energy Comes From and a discussion of our best renewable options.  
August 6: The Use of Natives in our Landscapes, Garden and Food Preparation. A look at what natives in our area are best for pollination, food and medicinal purposes. How to plant and where to buy them will also be discussed.  
September 3: A Look at Transportation on the Oly Peninsula and a discussion of electric car options.

Upcoming Events

  • MANNA Sunday

         Mar 26
  • Rite I

         Mar 26
    8:00 AM
  • Rite II

         Mar 26
    10:00 AM
  • St. Swithin's Worship

         Mar 26
    2:30 PM
  • Knitters

         Mar 27
    12:00 PM
  • Contemplative Prayer

         Mar 28
    2:00 PM
  • Rector's Bible Study

         Mar 28
    3:00 PM
  • Morning Prayer

         Mar 29
    11:00 AM

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