The Art of Seed Saving- Tuesday, March 10
When: Tuesday, March 13, 2015, 7:30pm
Where: Fairfax Library
2097 Sir Francis Drake Blvd
Cost: $10 Suggested Donation
Matthew and Astrid Hoffman, Co-Founders of the Marin-based "The Living Seed Company," will review the basics of planning, harvesting, processing and storing seeds. 
Learn about the importance of seed saving, and about our new Community Seed Exchange at the library created in partnership with Sustainable Fairfax!
All library events are free. This talk is generously sponsored by Fairfax Friends of the Library 
Green Chautauqua- Climate Crisis: The Case for a Carbon Tax- Friday, March 13
When: Friday, March 13, 2015, 7:30pm
Where: First Presbyterian Church of San Anselmo, 72 Kensington Rd
Cost: $10 Suggested Donation
Peter Joseph
Citizen's Climate Lobby
Dr. Joseph is group leader of the Marin Chapter at Citizens Climate Lobby and an emergency physician trained to help educate the public about the devastating impacts of global warming. He is the co-author of The Little Engine That Could: Carbon Fee and Dividend, the Popular Choice winner in the U.S. Carbon Price category of this year’s MIT Climate CoLab contest. Dr. Joseph will propose an economic solution to the climate crisis that can be acceptable to conservatives and progressives alike. 
First Presbyterian Chruch of San Anselmo in collaboration with Sustainable Fairfax, 350Marin, Green Sangha, Marin Water Coalition, Sustainable San Rafael, Watershed Alliance of Marin, Citizen's Climate Lobby
About Green Chautauqua: A speaker series dedicated to bringing the latest research on climate change to the Marin community. We believe that through awareness and understanding we will be better equipped to respond to one of the most urgent problems of the modern era. Visit 
Film & Speaker Series: Blue Gold-World Water Wars - Friday, March 20
When: Friday, March 20, 2015
Doors Open: 7:00pm Film: 7:30 pm
Where: Fairfax Women's Club, 46 Park Rd, Fairfax 
Cost: $5-10 Suggested Donation - no one turned away
Speaker: Mai-Lan Ha, a Senior Research Associate for the Pacific Institute’s Corporate Sustainability program focusing on its international standards and corporate water stewardship programs. Ms. Ha will provide comments and take questions after the film.

BLUE GOLD sheds light on the world’s rapidly approaching water crisis and suggests that wars of the future will be fought over water, as they today over oil, as the source of all life enters the global marketplace and political arena. 

"Ultimately the world's water supply is at risk of disappearing, and rich or poor, no one can't escape it. Get informed and inspired – watch this film." (Treehugger)

"A must see film for every person on the planet" ( 

Sponsored by Sustainable Fairfax in collaboration with New Belgium Brewing Company, Fairfax Volunteers and Fairfax Parks and Recreation Commission

Reflections on GMOs 2.0, a Synthetic Biology Symposium


By Ruby Derovan, Sustainable Fairfax Communications Intern 

My first assignment as a communications intern for Sustainable Fairfax was to attend and write about the synthetic biology symposium that took place on Thursday, October 9 at the Mill Valley Community Center. Community members and expert panelists gathered for a discussion about synthetic biology and its impacts on our food, farmers, community and health.  [PLEASE CLICK ON READ MORE BELOW]

Sustainable Fairfax Welcomes New Executive Director and Board Members

Over the years, Sustainable Fairfax has made many important contributions  to the community, inspiring residents and policymakers to deepen their commitment to sustainability principles. Now, the Board of Directors is thrilled to announce new leadership as it moves forward with exciting new and continuing initiatives. 

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Iron Springs Pub and Brewery
iron_springs.gif After much hard work Iron Springs has now become a Green Certified Business by the Marin County Community Development Agency. We now will continue to strive to operate the most Green friendly Brewpub that we possibly can. Next step-Sustainable Business Certification.

Iron Springs just completed another phase of our goal of reducing our footprint on the world by completing our new lighting retrofit. This energy conservation measure will save 13,345 kwh/yr, 3.210 kw, and reduce the emission of carbon dioxide {co2} into the atmosphere by 6,939 lbs/yr. We continue to seek out and explore new ways of running the most energy efficient, low impact business, that we possibly can.