Sustainable Living Roadshow (SLR) is a caravan of educators and entertainers who tour the country in a fleet of renewable fuel vehicles to empower communities and individuals to utilize sustainable living strategies for a healthier planet. Visiting k-12 schools, university campuses and community festivals across the United States, the caravan sets up off-the-grid eco-carnivals with experiential learning villages, featuring workshops, speakers, and entertainment.
SLR believes that progressive shifts in life-style and stewardship are required to maintain a healthy planet. We also believe that these shifts should be celebrated and learning about them should be fun. We have developed many environments, experiences and networks that focus on making sustainability education something to be enjoyed. If people can smile, laugh and develop closer relationships to their local community while learning and enjoying the festival, our experience shows the information resonates more effectively and is more readily retained.
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- For Immediate Release: Dec 4th 2012 Contact: Thomas Llewellyn: 925-876-2942: firstname.lastname@example.org Emma Hutchens: 336-244-8732: email@example.com “Fishycorn Car” to do National GMO Education Tour this December Environmental, education and advocacy organizations partner with Organic Food and Natural Products Companies to educate US citizens about GMOs from California to Washington DC. This [...]
- Is it almost the end of tour?! Holy moly … it is. Suddenly, it’s November, and the trees in the mountains of North Carolina are ablaze with fiery hues. We’ve got 15 of our 17 events under our belts, and the buses are barreling down the highway towards Austin, Texas. Paul Simon is playing softly [...]
- A great post from our tour chef, Michael Elinson, who has a wonderful blog about his journey with the Roadshow. (After the jump) Nothing is as Powerful Only those who risk going too far truly find how far they can go – T.S. Eliot We must be doing something right – earlier this week nature [...]
- I had an interesting talk with a fellow marcher the other night. (Hello! From Delaware, the first of the original 13 colonies. We’re marching through Newark, then down to Darlington, Maryland, and onwards towards Baltimore. Our feet are tired and our muscles are sore, but we carry on, carry on, carry on.) During our skillshare [...]
- In the Northeast regions of North America, fall is beginning its yearly cascade of colors. Trees are slowly segueing from verdant opulence to their more bright and bold outfits, their outstretched limbs gaining hues of yellow, orange, ochre, sienna. Towns are beginning harvest time as they watch the days wane and the air turns crisper [...]
- Greetings from sunny Brooklyn! It’s just like I sent you a postcard, isn’t it? Only without the cheesy scrawl on the back. I’m here in a quirky cafe near Park Slope, where we’re gearing up to begin a major leg of our journey: the Right2Know March. This 313 mile, two-week promenade is modeled after [...]
- For 350.org’s “Moving Planet” Day, we decided to let the TRUE change-makers lead us on a parade through the 2011 Mother Earth News Fair at Seven Springs Mountain Ski Resort in Pennsylvania!
- Here’s a blog I wrote for our friends over at 350.org’s Moving Planet. In case you don’t know, Moving Planet day was a global action that occurred this past Saturday. I had some reflections on how we took part – for more inspiring photos and stories, check out the Moving Planet website or their Facebook. [...]
- How Low CanYou Go? Part 1: On Letting Go “The courtyard is well kept but the fields are full of weeds, and the granaries stand empty. Still, there are those of us who wear elegant clothes, carry sharp swords, pamper ourselves with food and drink and have more possessions than we can use. These are [...]
- Howdy, friends. How do you do today? We’re parked up here at Seven Springs Resort in Western Pennsylvania for the Mother Earth News Fair. It’s a lovely spot – if not a bit rainy. We can’t seem to escape the rain, no matter where we go … Tom, a crewmember, half-jokingly called this the “bring [...]