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OUR PURPOSE: To promote the adoption of sustainable practices throughout Lawrence Township, NJ.

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7th Annual Living Local Expo 2014

FEATURED VIDEOS


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movieLiving Lawns NEW!
Interviews with citizens who are choosing to grow their lawns and gardens without pesticides.

movieGoing Green
Learn about the sustainability movement happening in Lawrence Township.

movieTime Lapse Proof
James Balog shares images of glaciers receding at an alarming rate, some of the most vivid evidence yet of climate change.

movieStory of Stuff
Lean how stuff is really made and the hidden cost, especially cosmetics, bottled water, and electronics.

movieOur Home
Must see images of our planet with must hear soundtrack.

movieThe Bulb
The Compact Fluorescent Light (CFL) bulb has come a long way in the last few years.

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Reading Our Region:
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Photo of Polygonia interrogationis by Carol Dolan at butterfliesandmoths.orgSUSAN CHARKES writes about nature in our region. Discover her poetic view of the outdoors and be inspired to visit the places she describes.

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Trail Guide for Lawrence Township

Trail Guide for Lawrence Township

This booklet features places in Lawrence for the public to hike. Most of the trails are off-road paths in our open space parks. They are open year-round from dawn to dusk.

Living Lawns Campaign


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Join the Living Lawns Campaign today to help clean up your yard and neighborhood, protect your family and our local water resources, and save money.

Natural Steps for Lawrence

Natural Steps Podcasting
Podcasting

Natural Steps Blog
Blogging

No Impact ManListen in to Colin Beaven, the No Impact Man whose family went off the grid and attempted to live in the middle of New York City with as little environmental impact as possible.

Bike Exchange Program

We will accept bicycle donations, recondition them, and then offer them for sale to area residents at modest prices.  All proceeds will go toward supporting the after-school programming of the Boys & Girls Club of Trenton & Mercer County.

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Sustainable Book List
Visit our list of suggested reading. Check out a copy at the Library, buy a used copy locally, or order online. If you have a book to recommend, let us know.

 

MAKING RAIN BARRELS FOR THE SPRING GARDEN


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Action at one of Sustainable Lawrence's two rain barrel-outfitting events during our "Green Everything Days of Spring" (March 20-26).  Here employees of the Delaware River Basin Commission in West Trenton prepare their own rain barrels on March 24. Sustainable Lawrence is tracking down further donations of rain barrels and can show you how to put one together and install it. You'll potentially save thousands of gallons of unnecessary runoff and assure a steady water source for your garden.


Following the principles of "The Natural Step" and working with the local community, Sustainable Lawrence aims to create an 'eco-municipality' in Lawrence Township, New Jersey.