OCT 3 Sat 9-5 pm Three Rivers Arts Center
Presentations on the Environment including:
Bee colony collapse and honey-making, All about owls, Solar cooking
Book-signing History of Yokohl Valley by Scott Barker, Home and garden art
Information on green home options, Wastewater treatment innovations
Native plant gardening, Community Supported Agriculture, Free door prizes
Saturday activities collaborate with the California Native Plant Society with a native plant sale, from 9-1 pm, in the back courtyard of the Arts Center, and the Alta Peak Chapter Fall Program presented at 2 pm by John Muir Laws, teacher, artist and author of the Laws Guide to the Sierra Nevada.
All of Saturday’s events are free and open to all.
Arts Center–turn north off HWY 198 on North Fork Drive in Three Rivers.
OCT 4 Sunday starting at 12 noon and 1 pm
Three Rivers Green Home Tour featuring five homes with:
Passive and active solar water and home heating
Radiant slab floors
Insulated concrete forms
Sod roof Rice straw bale construction
Two historic adobe homes, including a windmill, and cistern
Tickets $15 per person, $25 per couple. Call 561-4676 to reserve space.
Read Mona Selph’s beautiful essay for the Green Home Tour.
Proceeds go to Tulare County Citizens for Responsible Growth www.tccrg.org
The Environmental Weekend is organized and sponsored by the TREW CREW, a group of concerned citizens living in Three Rivers.
Storm over Yokohl Valley, 30×40” oil © 2009 Mona Fox Selph all rights reserved