Greendrinks is mixing it up in 2017! Join us for the first installment of the new Seattle Greendrinks.
No-host Greendrinks "Meet Up" at Wines of Washington – home to the fabulous Wilridge Winery.
Greendrinkers receive Happy Hour wine pours all night, plus discounted snacks and menu items.
Come mingle and drink with the cream of the crop of Seattle's sustainability community!
We are now accepting applications for the annual Sustainability Leadership Awards dinner and fundraiser! This annual event, to be held on March 3, 2017 at the Swedish Cultural Club, is dedicated to recognizing the outstanding efforts of community nominated organizations, businesses and individuals for leadership, innovation and commitment to making the Puget Sound region a more sustainable and livable place.
This year, our theme is Engaging the Broader Community and will focus on 5 categories. The categories are:
TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE AWARD: LARGE BUSINESS
Join us for happy hour at Maison Tavern in SODO to learn more about the positive impacts that social enterprises create.
What differentiates a social enterprise from a for-profit and non-profit.
How SEA plays a convening role nationally and locally.
Stories and examples from leaders in our community about the positive changes social enterprises have made in people's lives.
Tickets are $10 and include light appetizers.
Leadership stories begin at 5:45pm.
Green Drinks takes on one more meaning this March. It will be held on St. Patricks Day! So wear some green, travel green, live green, and come enjoy a great time.
Join us for a joint Seattle/Snohomish GreenDrinks at 21 Acres co-sponsored by Sound Salmon Solutions and Shoreline Solar Project/NW SolarFest. Alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages as well as snacks will be served. $5 entrance fee at the door goes to support the co-sponsors. Bring your own mug.
There will be activities, door prizes and the kick off to the 2016 NW SolarFest being held July 23 at Shoreline Community College.
Seattle EcoWomen is excited to offer a unique, intimate opportunity to connect and learn from other women in the environmental and sustainability sectors. Andrea Johnson, an expert communicator and resource developer, will share her experience, advice and guidance from 18+ years working at the intersection of women, land use, and human services. Join us - and bring your questions and appetite!