Wor-Wic Holds Sustainable Living One-Day Seminar
October 28, 2010

From left, Teresa Disharoon from Wor-Wic Community College, Ivy Ulrich-Bonk from Telemon and Kate Davenport from EcoVentures International worked together to offer the recent one-day seminar at Wor-Wic called “Community Education on Sustainable Living.”

Local businesses and organizations attending the sustainable living event at Wor-Wic included, from left, Krista Hozyash from the Lower Shore Land Trust, Debbi Colley from Grow Berlin Green and Kathy Phillips from the Assateague Coastkeeper.

Eastern Shore waterman Charles Clarkson provided information about keeping Maryland’s blue crab harvest sustainable for years to come.

Elaine Patterson and Kent Simon from Orion 5000 provided information about waste reduction and cleaner emissions at the recent sustainable living event at Wor-Wic.