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Learn how to market your locally grown food

Do you grow vegetables and fruits or make tasty jams and jellies you would like to sell? A course on Selling Local Foods will cover everything from food safety to the best marketing options.

The University of Missouri Extension in Jackson County is offering a four-session course on Selling Local Foods beginning July 11.

Selling locally is […]

Get garden inspiration at these upcoming tours

Over the next two weekends, enjoy four garden tours that include the lush surroundings of a Frank Lloyd Wright house, the historic Thomas Hart Benton home and gardens featuring native plants, butterfly gardens and unique designs of these historic homes and suburban estates.

Historic Roanoke Neighborhood Garden Tour

Saturday, June 10, Noon – 5 p.m.

Friends of Roanoke Park […]

Compete in the Green Commute Challenge

Join Kansas City’s effort to improve air quality this summer by competing in the Green Commute Challenge to reduce emissions by taking the bus, bike, streetcar, carpool, walking or telecommuting to work.

This friendly competition helps improve air quality during the time of year that traditionally produces the highest ozone levels. Air quality is most vulnerable […]

Drive into the electric vehicle experience with an EV veteran

If you are curious about electric vehicles (EV) and want to learn more, meet a local advocate who has owned EVs for the past 11 years. Al Pugsley, a retired TWA pilot, will talk about his experiences from the time he purchased a converted Chevy S10 pickup truck until his current Tesla S and Leaf SV […]

Apply to be a Climate Reality Project leader

Do you want to learn more about climate change and become a leader in educating others? The Climate Reality Project is accepting applications for the Climate Reality Leadership Corps training scheduled for June 27-29 in Seattle/Bellevue, WA.

The Climate Reality Leadership Corps is a global network of advocates trained to talk about the impacts of climate […]