We all know that everyday in New Orleans is a celebration of life, but Earth Day reminds us we need to celebrate our home planet as well.
Come out to the New Orleans Botanical Garden in City Park tomorrow evening for Living Green in New Orleans. This event is free and open to the public, and will feature sustainability focused information, services, and product booths.
From 5 to 9 P.M. on Tuesday, Aprill 22, there will be live music, food and drinks, activities for children, and Fire Dancing. In addition there will be a cooking demonstration by Linda Franzo of Passionate Platter, a presentation and book signing by Dana Nunez Brown, author of Using Plants for Storm water Management: A Green Infrastructure Guide for the Gulf South, a talk by Emily Riordan on "The Importance of Healthy, Green Schools and Learning Environments," and Joann Burke from the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation will give a presentation titled "Saved our lake, working to Save our Coast!"
Living Green in New Orleans is presented by New Orleans Botanical Garden, U.S. Green Building Council of Louisiana and support from City Park Green Team, Friends of City Park, City Park and Metro Area Horticulture Foundation.
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