Going green at church, school, everywhere
Cid Barcellos, director of Grace Garden at the Davis United Methodist Church, harvests an artichoke last week. The garden produced more than 1,600 pounds of fruits and vegetables for the needy last year, helping the church fulfill its mission to be good stewards of the Earth and to maintain its beauty. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
Each year, Cool Davis recognizes “Eco-Heroes” — Davis residents who model how to incorporate sustainable practices into their work, civic and everyday lives. Acting out of personal conviction, they are just doing “the right thing” for themselves, the community and the planet.
The Cool Davis Climate Solution Awards go to local businesses, groups or organizations for exemplary efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. As they model ways to reduce their environmental impact, they become leaders in creating options to conserve resources, reduce fossil-fuel dependence and stabilize the climate.
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