A press release from the Environment Defenders of McHenry County:
GREEN DRINKS MCHENRY COUNTY GATHERING SET FOR April 6th
CRYSTAL LAKE – On the first Wednesday of each month, environmentally-minded people gather upstairs at Duke’s Alehouse & Kitchen to network and talk about “greening” the future. Everyone is welcome to attend the McHenry County Green Drinks on April 6th, from 5 pm until 7 pm, 110 N Main Street in Crystal Lake.
“Join us at April’s Green Drinks as we celebrate Earth Day! April 6 from 5-7.
We’ll focus on trees and the services they provide for us.
We’ll have some local tree seedlings free for the first folks who arrive, thanks to the Arbor Day Foundation and a generous donation.
Soil and Water Conservation District (MLSWCD). Ed attended Western Illinois University and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Agronomy in 1978. Ed has been with the MLSWCD since March 1984. SWCD’s work to sustain natural resources to meet the needs of a growing population.
For example, for the past 50+ years the McHenry –Lake SWCD has promoted trees as means of increasing wildlife habitat, reducing soil erosion by wind and water and conserving energy by promoting residential and farmstead windbreaks.”
Additional parking is available at the train station. To be added to the Green Drinks email list, send a note to:
GreenDrinksMC@gmail.com or “like” the group on FaceBook www.FaceBook.com/GreenDrinksMcHenryCounty.
The Green Drinks network was founded in North London, England in 1989 and now is active in over 600 cities worldwide. Interested public is always welcome to attend the McHenry County Green Drinks monthly event.
Each month there is a short presentation on a different eco-topic plus displays and demonstrations. Also, information about upcoming eco-events and green products and services is made available. Non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks are available plus a featured “green drink”.
Green Drinks McHenry County is sponsored by the Environmental Defenders of McHenry County and Duke’s Alehouse and Kitchen.