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Upcoming events (3)
SRL will lead a clean up of Left Hand Creek near Harvest Junction as part of Longmont Clean Up, Green Up Day. Join us for a fun day of giving back. The weather forecast looks great!
Register to volunteer at:
Boulder County Fairgrounds - North Side
Sustainable Resilient Longmont with our partners at Gebhardt BMW and the Colorado Renewable Energy Society are excited to be live and in person again at the Boulder County Fairgrounds. We will be showcasing new and used electric cars, electric bikes, and privately owned EV's in a fun festival atmosphere. Activities include test drives, ride alongs, speakers, food trucks, music, fun activities and lots of info on driving and owning an EV.
We know that buying an electric car can seem more complicated than buying a vehicle powered by gas or diesel, so we will have experts on site to help potential EV buyers understand how to charge and service their vehicles. But the real highlight of this event is interacting with EV owners to learn about their experiences owning and driving electric cars. So, if you own an EV, want an EV, or just want to learn more about EVs make sure to join us!
Register to attend or participate with your EV here:
Register to Volunteer Here:
Colorado Renewable Energy Society
Platte River Power Authority
City of Longmont Sustainability Office
Small Planet eBikes
Citizen's Climate Lobby
Drive Electric Colorado
Freedom Folding Bikes
Longmont Food Rescue
Women Who Charge
Our outdoor event is rain or shine and we will follow all applicable COVID protocols. Attendees must wear mask if there is not enough space to social distance. Test drives and rides require a mask and proof of vaccination.
Join us for the Longmont Sustainability Issues Candidate Forum co-sponsored by Sustainable Resilient Longmont, Eco-Cycle and the East County Housing Opportunity Coalition. Featuring all ten candidates running for Longmont Mayor and City Council, this event will focus on environment and sustainability issues. Topics will include: Renewable Energy, Zero Waste, Transportation, Affordable Housing/Smart Growth, Fracking, Climate Change, Air Pollution, Water Conservation and Quality, and Food Systems/Sustainable Agriculture.
Liz Lane, news and public affairs anchor, host, and producer on KGNU Radio, will moderate the forum. Given the recent surge of the COVID-19 pandemic, this event will be held virtually via Zoom. Register in advance for this webinar:
This event will also feature live Spanish interpretation provided by Rosabelle White Aguirre.
To submit a question for the candidates, please email us at [masked]
For more information please visit www.srlongmont.org www.ecocycle.org or www.echocolorado.com