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Team Green Adventures was established by Lightning 100 (WRLT 100.1 FM) in 1996 as a way to get our listeners involved in an active lifestyle. Since then, our audience has expanded to other cities and states, with members across the Nation and events across the Globe! Through adventure we promote health, community service, and environmental awareness. Check out our calendar and pick the adventure that’s right for you!
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ENGAGE GREEN: RECYCLING- HOW, WHAT & Where?
Tuesday, February 3 from 6-7pm
We continue our Engage Green series in February with one of the most popular subjects when you talk about being green: Recycling. The class will be presented by Julie Berbiglia, Education Specialist, Metro Beautification &
Environment Commission / Metro Public Works
This Recycling Class is a hands on opportunity to learn the basics of recycling in Nashville. The class will cover the topics: what and how to recycle, where to recycle, what happens to the recycled materials,and the reasons recycling is important to Nashville. Please bring questions and feel free to bring products that you have questions about where to bring them.
Engage Green workshops are free, non- political, non-sales oriented interactive opportunities focused the health, well being, environmental and economic benefits of becoming environmentally engaged.
When Tuesday, February 3 from 6-7pm
Where Lipscomb University, Burton Building, lower level
Deadline Day of event
Difficulty Social, educational, beginner friendly!
Children Policy Families are welcome!
Dog Policy Dogs are not permitted
About Engage Green
Engage Green is a new initiative of Lightning 100’s Team Green to educate our listeners, Team Green members, and the general Nashville community about simple ways to make their lives greener. Engage Green will host a knowledgeable speaker(s) the first Tuesday of every month who will cover information and how-to topics that can be easily transferred into our daily lives in an informal, casual setting.
Each presentation will be interactive and allow discussion throughout. Some topics may include recycling, composting, rain gardens, rain water run-off, local food options, energy saving options, green organization forums, green business economic analysis, and sustainable practices. The Engage Green workshops will be free, non political, non-sales oriented and will focus on educating on the health, well being, environmental and economic benefits of reforming our personal habits in our personal environments in order to make a large impact through combined efforts. Each workshop will include a one hour presentation or demonstration followed by question/answer and time to engage with other participants.
Better yet, we will be hosting Engage Green in the Burton Health and Sciences Building at Lipscomb University, their greenest building!
No reservations needed. Open to the public.
Lipscomb university is located on Belmont Boulevard, south of Woodmont Boulevard. Burton Health Sciences Center (the Greenest Building on Lipscomb Campus!) is accessibly from the first parking lot on the left from the Belmont/Woodmont intersection. Enter at the sides of the building and proceed to the “Flex Learning Space” in the center of the building’s lower level. Park in any of the faculty or hybrid parking spots with a sign in your window “Engage Green.”
If you would like more information on Engage Green or would like to present at an upcoming workshop, please email Team Green