• Storm Drain Stenciling (Troy)

    Troy High School

    Join us for our 2nd Storm Drain Stenciling event of 2019! We will continue our work in Troy neighborhoods where we will paint 'DUMP NO WASTE, DRAINS TO RIVER' with a fish shape by storm drains. We will also educate people about water quality and watershed protection. Our goal this year is 500 storm drains. We will be doing this over 5 - 6 events this Spring & Summer. WE NEED YOUR HELP! Please RSVP to volunteer. Meeting place: Troy High School located at 4777 Northfield Pkwy (corner of Northfield Pkwy & W Long Lake Rd) in Troy. Meet at the NE corner of the main parking lot. Event duration: 10 am - 1 pm If you have any questions, please send a message to [masked] See you there!

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  • 'ECOs n' Espresso' June Meeting

    Bean and Leaf

    Join forces with the Sierra Club and change the world with your next cup of coffee (or tea)! Meet new people as we discuss protecting our Great Lakes and other local environmental issues. Bring your own mug to save the planet (and save some cash too!)

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  • Storm Drain Stenciling (Troy)

    Troy High School

    It's that time of the year again! Join us for our 1st Storm Drain Stenciling event of 2019! We will continue our work in Troy neighborhoods where we will paint 'DUMP NO WASTE, DRAINS TO RIVER' with a fish shape by storm drains. We will also educate people about water quality and watershed protection. Our goal this year is 500 storm drains. We will be doing this over 5 - 6 events this Spring & Summer. WE NEED YOUR HELP! Please RSVP to volunteer. Meeting place: Troy High School located at 4777 Northfield Pkwy (corner of Northfield Pkwy & W Long Lake Rd) in Troy. Meet at the NE corner of the main parking lot. Event duration: 10 am - 1 pm If you have any questions, please send a message to [masked] See you there!

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  • 'ECOs n' Espresso' May Meeting

    Bean and Leaf

    Join forces with the Sierra Club and change the world with your next cup of coffee (or tea)! Meet new people as we discuss protecting our Great Lakes and other local environmental issues. Bring your own mug to save the planet (and save some cash too!)

  • CRWC's Adopt-A-Stream (Spring monitoring) - TWO events

    Rochester ECOS AAS sites in Rochester Hills & Pontiac

    The 2019 Spring stream monitoring is the first weekend in May! Below are the dates and times scheduled for our 2 sites. If you are interested in attending, please send us a message to [masked] Team CM5 (site: Corner of Avon & Livernois in Rochester Hills) ==> Saturday, May 4th at 10 a.m. Team CM4 (site: Corner of Giddings & Perry in Pontiac) ==> Saturday, May 4th at 3 p.m. To learn more about the Adopt-A-Stream program go to: http://www.crwc.org/programs/adoptastream/ Thanks!

  • MI Earth Day Fest - Downtown Rochester (volunteers needed!)

    Rochester Municipal Park

    Join us at the MI Earth Day Fest in downtown Rochester! The festival offers a wide variety of exhibits, attractions and activities. Admission is free and open to all ages. Whether you are a newcomer or have attended before, make sure to stop by! You 'll have fun while meeting different groups/organizations and learning about ways to help our Earth. Rochester ECOS will have a table to raise awareness about water quality, clean & renewable energy, and other environmental issues & Sierra Club campaigns. To sign up to volunteer at our table, go to: MI Earth Day Fest - volunteering (https://www.meetup.com/RochesterEcos/messages/boards/thread/50676994/0/#[masked]) or send us an email to [masked] Want to learn more? Check the event website at https://migreenteam.com/miEDF/ Thanks and see you there! :)

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  • MI Earth Day Fest - Downtown Rochester (volunteers needed!)

    Rochester Municipal Park

    Join us at the MI Earth Day Fest in downtown Rochester! The festival offers a wide variety of exhibits, attractions and activities. Admission is free and open to all ages. Whether you are a newcomer or have attended before, make sure to stop by! You 'll have fun while meeting different groups/organizations and learning about ways to help our Earth. Rochester ECOS will have a table to raise awareness about water quality, clean & renewable energy, and other environmental issues & Sierra Club campaigns. To sign up to volunteer at our table, go to: MI Earth Day Fest - volunteering (https://www.meetup.com/RochesterEcos/messages/boards/thread/50676994/0/#[masked]) or send us an email to [masked] Want to learn more? Check the event website at https://migreenteam.com/miEDF/ Thanks and see you there! :)

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  • MI Earth Day Fest - Downtown Rochester (volunteers needed!)

    Rochester Municipal Park

    Join us at the MI Earth Day Fest in downtown Rochester! The festival offers a wide variety of exhibits, attractions and activities. Admission is free and open to all ages. Whether you are a newcomer or have attended before, make sure to stop by! You 'll have fun while meeting different groups/organizations and learning about ways to help our Earth. Rochester ECOS will have a table to raise awareness about water quality, clean & renewable energy, and other environmental issues & Sierra Club campaigns. To sign up to volunteer at our table, go to: MI Earth Day Fest - volunteering (https://www.meetup.com/RochesterEcos/messages/boards/thread/50676994/0/#[masked]) or send us an email to [masked] Want to learn more? Check the event website at https://migreenteam.com/miEDF/ Thanks and see you there! :)

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  • FCA Earth Day Celebration

    FCA US LLC

    FCA has invited Sierra Club Rochester ECOS back to their Earth Day Celebration at its headquarters in Auburn Hills! We will have a table with information about our group and upcoming events, as well as some tips for water protection/conservation and energy savings. Are you a FCA employee? Stop by our table at CTC's Education Node! Hopefully, we will recruit some hard working volunteers today! ;)

  • 'ECOs n' Espresso' April Meeting

    Bean and Leaf

    Join forces with the Sierra Club and change the world with your next cup of coffee (or tea)! Meet new people as we discuss protecting our Great Lakes and other local environmental issues. Bring your own mug to save the planet (and save some cash too!)