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Advancing Kelp Farming

March 30, 2021

Advancing Kelp Farming on the East End to Accelerate a Local Blue-Green Economy

A public discussion with special guests Dr. Christopher Gobler, Stony Brook University,  Sean Barrett, Dock to Dish, Eat More Kelp, Scott Bluedorn, artist, East Hampton Town Energy Sustainability Committee, hosted by The Sustainability Committee of Town of Southampton and Drawdown East End

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Video: Part 2

Q+A: part 1, Part 2

 

Fashion and Fabrics for the Future

February 23, 2021

EcoFashion, Green, Sustainable, Regenerative, Circular and Thrifting were topics explored by Beth Fiteni, Green Wardrobe Guide; Ingvar Helgason,  VitroLabs Inc.;  Anne Therese, Climate Optimist; Elizabeth Sweigart, The Times Vintage Shop

with panel leader Inga Eriksdottir and Mary Morgan.

Q+A here

 

Seafood for the Future

February 16, 2021

"Regeneration is the theme for Seafood for the Future -- how fishing and aquaculture can be done in a way that renews our oceans and bays, and we all benefit” said Diane Shapiro, leading the panel with Mary Morgan.  

Q+A here

 

Lawn and Landscape for the Future

February 9, 2021

Drawdown East End’s Mark Haubner and Ellen Balio and expert panelists explore sustainable practices, water quantity and quality, and all the Best Management Practices available to us for a better future.. Project Drawdown gives us all the tools we need to regenerate our soils and improve our water. Our individual actions on our own property make a huge difference.

 

Eating for the Future

February 5, 2021 

Conversations with Drawdown East End founders Krae Van Sickle & Dorothy Reilly about changing our eating habits to reduce our food waste. Reducing Food Waste is the #1 Drawdown solution for the US and the most important action an individual can take in reversing global warming. 

 

Kiss the Ground 3

December 9, 2020, 

North Fork Environmental Council and Drawdown East End organized “Let’s Talk Kiss the Ground and the Benefits of Carbon Capture,” a panel of agriculture experts and special guests Laurie and Bill Benenson, Executive Producers discussing regenerative agricultural practices for greater soil health and economic benefit and how to live a regenerative lifestyle.

Q+A here

 

Kiss the Ground 2

December 6, 2020

Drawdown East End organized this panel with local experts and special guest Ryland Engelhart, producer, to discuss the topics that KISS THE GROUND touches on -- soil and other ways to safely sequester carbon to stop the climb of greenhouse gases and reverse global warming. 

Waste Not

Want Not

November 12, 2020

Learn tips on reducing your food waste with Sherry Thirlby, Mary Morgan, and Mark Haubner, Drawdown East End Reduce Food Waste Team.  

Kiss the Ground 1

October 30, 2020

KISS THE GROUND inspired panel discussion with local experts and Mary Morgan, Dorothy Reilly, Krae Van Sickle, Drawdown East End cofounders. 

Food Waste Pledge

April 21, 2020

In honor of Earth Day, we pledge to reduce our food waste by 50%, or better, to help reverse catastrophic climate change. Find out how in this short video. 

The Great Grid

February 26, 2020

A presentation assigning 32 top Project Drawdown solutions to Southampton and Riverhead master plans and coordinating with the goals of the Peconic Estuary Partners (PEP) comprehensive plan (CCMP) as well as local climate actions being initiated by Drawdown East End.  

Project Drawdown

January 9, 2019

Presented by Drawdown East End co-founder Dorothy Reilly at Rogers Memorial Library. 

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