March 26 – Healthy Cedar Valley Coalition General membership meeting, 2:30 to 4 pm, YWCA, Waterloo.
March 31 - Troubled Waters: A Mississippi River Story. 7:00 pm, at the CEEE Auditorium at UNI. No charge.
|April 12 - Electronics Recycling Drop-off and Household Hazardous Materials Drop-off, 9:00AM- 2:00PM. Waterloo Waste Water Treatment Plant (3505 Easton Ave., Waterloo). For event details, visit the Black Hawk County Solid Waste Management Commission website (WasteTrac.org) or call the Waste Trac Education Team at (319)266- 8722( TRAC).
|April 12 - Maintaining and Harvesting the Vegetable Garden, 10:00 am until noon. ISU Extension Office, Waterloo. Call 319-234-6811 to register for classes.|
May 1 – Scott Koepke from the New Pioneer Coop's Soilmates Program will speak Thursday, May 1, at 7:00 pm at Hartman Reserve Nature Center. His talk is titled Compost: Food for the Food. This is a fun, interactive introduction to backyard composting.
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Thanks for your interest in the Healthy Cedar Valley Coalition!
The Healthy Cedar Valley Coalition is a group of community organizations and individuals that have come together to improve the health of our community. We are committed to outreach and education, and we especially focus our attention on under-served and at-risk populations. Our organization has grown from 15 to nearly 30 member organizations in the past two years. The organizations and individuals involved in this coalition strive to create a healthier Cedar Valley for future generations by focusing on the following three theme areas:
Health and Well-Being
Environmental Health Film Series
There will be three films this Spring as part of our Healthy Communities Film Series presented in part by the Recycling Reuse Technology Transfer Center and the Healthy Cedar Valley Coalition.
Join us at 7:00pm in University of Northern Iowa's Center for Energy and Environmental Education Auditorium for each screening. Click the links for more information about each film.
March 31st - Troubled Waters: A Mississippi River Story
April 7th - With My Own Two Wheels profiles the lives of five people and portrays the powerful difference a bicycle has made for each of them and their communities.
Rescheduled for April 28th - A part of the series Designing Healthy Communities: Searching for Shangri-La
We look forward to seeing you there!