STROUDSBURG, PA — Submissions are due Friday, February 8 to the Pocono Arts Council, which, along with other partners, will host “The Earth Speaks: A Juried Exhibition on the Environmental Crisis,” in spring 2019 at the Dunning Art Gallery, Northampton Community College Monroe Campus in Tannersville.
NARROWSBURG, NY — If you’ve been to the Tusten Community Hall recently—for voting, perhaps—you’ve likely seen the box of reusable bags set up on the table by the door, with a sign, “One per household.”
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By FRITZ MAYER
HURLEYVILLE, NY — The Hurleyville Arts Centre, 219 Main St., will hold a 9/11 Commemoration and Survivor Tree Dedication on Sunday, September 9 at 1:30 p.m.
BEACH LAKE, PA — Artist Carla Strozzieri will present “Monotheism and the Environment” at 10:15 a.m. on Sunday, August 26 at the Berlin Township Community Center. The most deeply ingrained aspects of our collective mindset are often so taken for granted that we never stop to examine their implications.
HAWLEY, PA — The Wayne Highlands School District team, the Spudsters, from Honesdale High School, are the overall winners of the 2018 Pike/Wayne Envirothon. Second place went to Enviro Freaks of Wallenpaupack Area School District.
PECKVILLE, PA — Be a part of the first annual NEPA Green Fair & 5k for Clean Air, to promote environmental protection, public health and sustainable living throughout the region. Both will be held on Saturday, May 5 at the Blakely Recreation Complex.
REGION — The Environmental Leadership Program is now accepting applications for the Delaware River Watershed Fellowship Program, an intensive leadership and skills training and provides the opportunity to learn and collaborate with regional and national networks. The deadline for applications is January 10.
ELDRED, NY — Delaware Riverkeeper Maya K. van Rossum was on the road fertilizing the grassroots on December 16, visiting Eldred with a new book and a constitutional amendment to sell.