Members are welcome to attend any meeting of the Board of Directors. Each meeting begins with time set aside for members to speak or ask questions of their Board representatives.
Board meetings are always the 1st Wednesday of the month from 6:30-9 p.m. at the Friends Meeting House (931 N Fifth Avenue).
Light refreshments provided.
Contact Name: Torey Ligon
The co-op will be closed for labor day.
Join interternational water expert Dr. Peter Gleick for a discussion on sustainable and comparative water policies. Dr. Gleick is the co-founder and president of the Pacific Institute for Studies
in Development, Environment, and Security. A recipient of the prestigious
MacArthur Fellowship, the numerous reports and articles he has authored on a
wide range of topics relating to water – including the effects of climate
change on future supplies – have been published in leading scientific
journals and popular media around the world.
The event will be held at Temple Emanu-El, 225 N. Country Club. It is free and open to the
Pima County, Arizona Hydrological Society, Southwest Hydrology, Southern
Arizona Leadership Council and Temple Emanu-El are this event’s generous
sponsors. Along with Southwest Hydrology, the other University of Arizona
sponsors are the Water Resources Research Center and the Institute for the
Study of Planet Earth. Gleick will be in Tucson participating in a regional
water symposium, “Sustainable Water, Unlimited Growth, Quality of Life: Can
We Have it All?,” an event sponsored by the Arizona Hydrologic Society and
STUFFED ANIMAL RECONSTRUCTION
@tucson puppet works
44 West 6th St.
Get to know the co-op you own. Join us for a behind-the-scenes tour of our store. Learn more about our departments, products, and services and take a peek at our warehouses, coolers, and offices.
Contact Name: Aubrey Lodahl
Email: outreach-at-foodconspiracy-dot-org (Send an Email)
Website: http://[email protected]
A public discussion will take place about Arizona water policies and laws,
compared with those established elsewhere. At a moment when our state is
setting out to become a world leader in defining sound water policies, what
can we learn from others, and what can we teach? Amy McCoy, a project
manager at the Sonorant Institute, will present the Institute’s recently
issued Sustainable Water Management report. Discussion will follow. This
event is free, and open to the public.
Woods Library; 3455 N 1st Ave.