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What is a Task Force?

Task forces give the opportunity for people to group themselves into their 'passions'.

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Gardening Task Force

Outreach & education towards a sustainable & connected lifestyle

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Art & Sustainability Task Force

Engage all forms of artistic media & to involve and inform

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Green Building & Business Task Force

A sustainable Cherry Hill through green building & land use planning practices

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Green Health Task Force

To improve the well being of our community and the planet by raising awareness of the overlap between personal health and sustainability

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Way to Go Alternate Transportation

Awareness & influence to make Cherry Hill a safe pedestrian/bike accessible town

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       events

Sustainable Sips : Along with TriCounty Sustainability Alliance we meet monthly on the 1st Wednesday of the month from 6pm-8pm.  We spotlight new venues for the event often so click here for details on the next event location.

Sustainable Sips is a meetup designed to connect people in their local communities around sustainability issues. Questions or ideas? greendrinks [at] sustainablecherryhill [dot] org

Andrew Weil for website

SUMMER BOOK CLUB

July 19 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

  • The Last (?) Dance of the Butterflies, by David L. Steinberg

    The Last (?) Dance of the Butterflies, by David L. Steinberg

    The (Last?) Dance of the Butterflies By David L. Steinberg This poem was created in reaction to an ABC News report I saw in 1985 and I was deeply moved by it.  For years, nothing happened other than the further destruction of the Monarch Butterfly habitat.  There was finally enough

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