Homecoming: A Celebration of All Things Bees!  4/16/16

The bee celebration will include lunch, a presentation by an entomologist; a honey tasting led by Marina Marchese; a discussion of Colony Collapse Disorder; and a visit to hives.

Homecoming Farm Annual Garden Party 6/19/15

Homecoming Farm Annual Garden Party on June 19, 2015 from 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm in Amityville with Music by Sun and Moon.

Thomas Berry & Earth Community of Life 4/18/15

A Celebration of the vision and legacy of Thomas Berry that lives in our hearts and our work and The Earth Community as One Community of Life

Petroleum, Poetry and Peace 3/22/14

“Petroleum, Poetry and Peace: The Exploration for Ecological Hope, Economic Justice and A Sense of Place” with Margie Swedish and The Peace Poets.

A Harvest Homecoming Fundraiser 10/6/13

Homecoming Farm will hold its annual fundraiser, A Harvest Homecoming, on October 6, 2013 in the Helen Butler Hall from 1:30 PM – 6:00 PM.

The Future of Food 4/22/11

Earth Day is Friday, April 22 and we are celebrating with the screening of the film… “The Future of Food” at 1:00p.m at the Deer Park Library – 586-3000 for more information and to find out how to register 44 Lake Avenue, Deer Park THE FUTURE OF FOOD offers an in-depth investigation into the disturbing […]

GPSuffolk in Newsday for Earth Day 4/17/11

For Long Islanders such as Suffolk Green Party secretary Ian Wilder, Earth Day is a time to engage in serious conversations about issues such as climate change. “We use it to discuss going deeper than the swirly lightbulb,” said Wilder, referring to energy-efficient compact fluorescent lightbulbs. “We should have offshore wind, like they do in […]

UPDATE!! Earth Day: Do something! Help clean up Edgewood Preserve

IW:  LOOKS LIKE RAIN TOMORROW.  CHECK THE EDGEWOOD WEBSITE TO SEE IF HAS BEEN MOVED TO THE RAIN DATE. 6th Annual Earth Day at Edgewood! Saturday, April 23, 2011, 10a.m. to 2:00p.m (RAINDATE: Saturday, April 30th) Come help spruce up hiking trails, pick up litter from parking lot, pull mugwort in the field and fenced […]

Scientists See the Southwest as First Major U.S. Climate Change Victim – NYTimes.com

A 60-year drought that scorched the Southwest during the 12th century may be a harbinger of things to come as greenhouse gases warm the Earth, according to research published yesterday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. via Scientists See the Southwest as First Major U.S. Climate Change Victim – NYTimes.com.

Barlow:Our Commons Future Is Already Here

I deeply believe it is time for us to extend these powerful new movements, which fuse the analysis and hard work of the environmental community with the vision and commitment of the justice community, into a whole new form of governance that not only challenges the current model of unlimited growth and economic globalization but […]

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