SLO Green Drinks
SLO Green Drinks is a fun and friendly networking social hour at a local business to hear about important topics and meet other environmentally aware citizens.
Join us on Wednesday, March 13 for the next SLO Green Drinks at Beda’s Biergarten in San Luis Obispo starting at 6pm.
Join us in the celebration of Arbor Day and learn all things trees!
March 2018: Create a Habitat at Home with Native Plants
Guest speakers Bill Waycott, from the California Native Plant Society – SLO Chapter and Lindsey Collinsworth Morgan from the SLO Botanical Garden joined together for the March 2018 Green Drinks gathering. A big thanks to Lincoln Market & Deli who hosted our group that night. Some resources:
September 2017: Talking Trash & Protecting Wildlife
Guest speaker Jodi Isaacs, an Environmental Scientist at CA State Parks, shared how California beaches do not see any relief from human activity and thus picking up trash is a constant task. She also shared the importance of protecting species such as the Western Snowy Plover.
Then guest speakers Mary Ciesinski, Executive Director of ECOSLO, and Chris Lim, Executive Director of Central Coast Salmon Enhancement, shared about the importance of data-driven cleanup events such as Coastal Cleanup Day and Creek Day, and how participants could become involved later that month with both events.
A big thanks to Libertine Brewing Co. in SLO who hosted our group that night.
June 2017: SLO City Climate Action Plan
ECOSLO Board Member and Advocacy Chair Bill Bradlee opened up the event at Tap It Brewing Co. to introduce the re-launch of the local chapter of Green Drinks. He shared about a recent trip to West Virginia, witnessing mountain top coal mining, and how local climate action work is needed now more than ever.
Mayor Heidi Harmon from the City of San Luis Obispo joined us to share updates and recent work around the City of San Luis Obispo’s Climate Action Plan (CAP).