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Date: February 4th 2024
Location: San Francisco Botanical Garden – Library
Toys, plastics, clutter–oh my! Join us for an insightful talk with Julia Rockwell on sustainable living and her experience creating a low-waste household. She’ll be providing tips, tricks, and realistic changes to get us thinking more about sustainable living in our daily lives. This will be an inspiring and judgment-free chat for parents, so come with your eco-questions and conundrums. After a roundtable discussion, we will open up the floor for an attendee Kid’s Book Swap! Bring 5-10 gently used baby or kid’s books that your child has outgrown or outloved. Julia will also be signing copies of her book, Mothering Earth, onsite so you won’t want to miss it!
About Julia Rockwell:
Julia is a sustainability expert whose work centers around empowering people to make sustainable choices in their everyday lives that simplify, connect, and have an impact. Julia is the author of Mothering Earth: The Busy Family’s Guide to Saving the Planet and founder of The Mothering Earth Project, an organization dedicated to helping people live sustainably through community and connection. A lifelong lover of healthy and mindful living, Julia holds an arts activism-based B.A. in World Arts and cultures from UCLA. She lives with her husband and two children in San Francisco, CA where they lead a low-waste lifestyle.