October 3 - October 24, 2018

Together for Change

EcoChallenge is a fun and social way to take measurable action on the issues you care about. Take the challenge, and see how three weeks of learning and action can add up to a lifetime of positive change for you, your community, and the planet!
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We believe the solution to the planet’s biggest challenges lies in the power of collective action. By taking action in our own lives and inspiring the people around us, each of us contributes to a world of impact.

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  • September 21 at 6:45 PM
    For members that are in Connecticut, I have a map of farms in Granby. It might help if you took up the challenge to visit a local farm. If you are interested in seeing it, please let me know. I am familiar with a few of them. I am also interested in seeing others in the aria (e.g from Simsbury, Avon, Bloomfield etc) Welcome to the Farm.jpg...
  • September 21 at 4:11 PM
    I love to see what happens when people collaborate together.  My CB family is crazy good at this and I can't wait to see how we all encourage each other to reduce our impact on our planet and increase our impact on each other! 
  • September 21 at 4:07 PM
    Make sure to have plenty of organic matter and mulches in my garden so I can water less and trap more rainwater :)