Sierra Club

Sierra Club Brown Bag Series - Going Native with Plants in your Landscape - Spring 2018 - Number 5

Join Wild Seed Project’s Heather McCargo and learn about some of the wildflowers, ferns, shrubs and trees native to Maine. Heather will talk about which species are adaptable to gardens and developed landscapes, the threats to their survival, and inspire you with their unusual reproductive strategies and edible and medicinal properties. Learning to recognize the native species in our midst is the first step to advocating for their preservation.

Sierra Club - Brown Bag 6 - Phil Coupe

Phil Coupe, Managing Partner and co-founder of ReVision Energy gives a talk on "Accelerating Clean Energy Transition in Disinformation Age" taped on June 20, 2018 as part of Maine Climate Solutions Brown Bag Series.

Sierra Club Brown Bag Lunch 4 - May 2018

Michael Stoddard (Efficiency Maine CEO) spoke at Sierra Club’s Brown Bag Lunch #4 Weds the 18th He talked about the Residential and Collective Purchasing programs that Efficiency Maine is sponsoring and gave updates on changes and future plans.

Sierra Club - Brown Bag Lunch Series - April 2018

William Turner's presentation of an integrated approach to healthy, sustainable and affordable buildings.

Sierra Club Brown Bag Lunch Series - Steve Hinchman of GridSolar

The Roadmap to 100% Clean Energy City Project. Steve Hinchman of GridSolar explains how GridSolar brought this concept of Smart Electricity Grid to fruition in the Boothbay pilot project.

Sierra Club - 2018 Climate Solutions Brown Bag Series

Kathleen Meil, Policy Advocate for the Acadia Center, will be speaking about micro-grids and other Maine municipal climate change and clan energy solution ideas.