This is Going to be Exciting!!
How would you like to be able to network with other folks who sincerely care about the planet and making it better, and maybe even making some money while doing so? IOE and our partners NTP/CEED will be initiating Ecolonomic Meetup Groups around the country!! Starting in Northern Colorado, we will be having a monthly networking, socializing and educational event with refreshments, speakers, and other cool things.
We have started three Meetups here in Northern Colorado which are listed below. Please join one or all of these and join with us to meet on a regular basis and talk about how we can do little things and big things to “Make a little Money Making the Planet Better”.
Contact us at email@example.com or call the office at 303-495-3705 for more info. More announcements about times and dates to come. Also, we need volunteers to help so let us know if you are interested!! Meetups help people with shared interests plan meetings and form offline clubs in local communities around the world getting together doing something. You can find Meetups in your area, they are found every where.
Examples of Meetup Groups Around the Country
Meetups are groups of people with shared interests plan meetings and form offline clubs in local communities around the world. Meet your people in your area, offline. Get together to do something, learn something, share something.
The Louisville and Denver/Boulder Artists Cohousing and Bohn Farm Cohousing Community have combined to form an art & farming cohousing community in a beautiful area of Boulder County near everything in Longmont Co. This cohousing community includes all kinds of artists who join. All art-lovers are included such as painters, sculptors, film makers, theatre, musicians of all kinds, and craftsmen — every kind of artist and craftsman/woman. It includes members who love to farm, garden and grow organic food.(Join Meetup)
Join us on Sunday, November 20th, for a nearby, leisurely, and educational outing at one of the largest urban wildlife refuges in the country: the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge.
We’ll take a 3.6 mile stroll and along the way we’ll learn about the refuge system, the Arsenal’s history, and its wildlife. We’ll also talk about the importance of prairie ecosystems, their keystone species, and an ongoing effort to restore a keystone predator to Colorado.(Read More)
Our annual Turkey-free Thanksgiving Celebration is just around the corner. It’s been a really great year, and we have lots to be Thankful for. The TFT is a potluck picnic. The Main dish Tofurky Roasts have been donated by Tofurky, and will be cooked by club members, so please bring a complimentary dish.
Just like the potluck we ask that you make sure your dish is free of all animal products, including gelatin, honey, and marshmallows (unless they are vegan). Also, in keeping with our efforts to protect the environment, please bring your own dishes and utensils to keep the waste generated to a minimum.(Join Meetup)
Alan Lakein once said, “Time equals Life. Therefore, waste your time and waste your life, or master your time and master your life.”
A parent has a limited number of moments to watch his or her young child as they grow. A spouse or lover has a limited number of moments to look into their partner’s eyes and to appreciate their soul. This subject is so critical to the entrepreneur who dreams of creating a successful and rewarding business that effective time management leads surely to victory while the continued squandering of time leads to lost opportunity and death. (Join Meetup)
In one of the greatest animal migrations on the planet, every fall, a multitude of birds migrate through the Eastern Shore of Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia. Raptors, Canada geese, tundra swans (yes, swans), and ducks of every sort pass through the area gathering in increasing numbers as autumn gives way to winter. But one event dwarfs them all – the arrival of tens of thousands of snow geese by the end of November when their cacophonous gaggles darken the winter skies over the Delmarva Peninsula.(Join Meetup)
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