The Young Activist CLub invites YOU to our Compost Circle!!
Come hear about our new community-based compost project in Takoma Park!
The fate of composting in Takoma Park lies in our hands.
Who: YOU!! and The Young Activist Club students
What: A gathering to bring together the awesome citizens of Takoma Park together to talk about our pilot compost project!! Snacks provided!
Where: Historic Takoma, 7328 Carroll Ave., Takoma Park
When: 4:30 to 6:00 pm, Sunday, October 25th, 2015
Why: Because Compost Rocks!! and we need a group of adults to partner with the students of YAC to make this happen!
For more info: email@example.com
We hope to see you there!! #iamawesome
Please join us in celebrating our recent victories!
- No more styrofoam lunch trays in Montgomery County schools!
- Passage of the Young Activist Act of 2014, which restricts use of polystyrene at restaurants and other foodservice places in the City of Takoma Park!
- Passage of the Montgomery County ban on foam polystyrene at foodservice places!
We will be announcing our new campaign – composting! – and unveiling the Young Activist Club litter clean-up Adopt-A-Spot sign in front of the Takoma Park Community Center.
February 23, 2013
4 to 6 pm
7328 Carroll Ave., Takoma Park, MD
Film and discussion by the Young Activist Club
Students from several Takoma Park public schools have banded together to address the problems with disposable styrofoam foodservice ware. They’ve raised more than $10,000 to pilot a dishwasher at one school and are asking businesses to go styrofoam-free.
This event is part of a series of films and discussion on “Farms, Food and Public Policy,” sponsored by the Takoma Park Food Co-Op.