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June 2014 General Meeting & Program

VCU Rice Center

Please join us on Wednesday, June 11, 2014 at 7:00 PM at the Shafer Court Dining Hall - VCU Campus for a "Walking Tour of some of VCU’s Green Initiatives".

Steve Heinitz, with VCU’s Office of Sustainability, will lead us on a tour of several of VCU’s greening initiatives on campus: a green roof, a roof-mounted wind turbine, solar collectors integrated into the design of a parking deck, and more!

Meet at 7 pm sharp at the Shafer Court Dining Hall at 810 Cathedral Place. Wear comfortable shoes and bring your water bottle. Parking on street or the Laurel St. parking deck at the corner of Laurel and W. Grace St.

NOTE: The June program is the 2nd Wednesday of the month. This is one week earlier than our usual day.


April 2014/June 2014 issue of The Fall Line Newsletter is now available

Fall Line Newsletter The Fall Line Newsletter is packed full of updates, including:
  • 2014 Big Yard Sale Update
  • FoJG Spring Calendar
  • View from the Co-Chair
  • Article about GMOs
  • Pollinator Articles
  • "Meditations and Musings on Spring" by Ralph R. White


Upcoming FoJG Activities

June 2014 General Meeting

Date/Time: Wed, Jun 11, 2014, 7:00 PM
Location: Shafer Court Dining Hall - VCU Campus
Cost: FREE and open to the public
Topic: Walking Tour of some of VCU’s Green Initiatives
Presenter: Steve Heinitz - VCU’s Office of Sustainability
Contact: John Zeugner (jjzeugner@comcast.net)

Additional information on upcoming events available in the The Fall Line Newsletter

What is the Falls of the James Group?

The Sierra Club is the largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization in the United States. It has chapters across the country, including the Virginia Chapter. The Falls of the James Group (FoJG) is one of the fourteen Virginia Chapter Groups.

FoJG is tied to the James River Park System and the communities and the issues that border that river and other critical Virginia rivers. The group's geographical area stretches from Hanover County down to the North Carolina border and from Amelia County east to Surry County.

FoJG celebrates nature and the outdoor recreational opportunities of our diverse region. We are working to preserve and restore our environment through Education, Conservation, and Recreation. Our Strategic Goals are Urban Sustainability, Global Warming Mitigation, Green Solutions, Greenways/Blueways and Parks Protection. We rely on volunteer and member involvement!

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FoJG Executive Committee

Adele MacLean -
Co-Chair
John Zeugner -
Co-Chair
Catherine Welsh -
Secretary
Mary Beth Mains -
Treasurer
Stefan Bogdanovic
Scott Burger
Eric Vrabel
Ralph White

FoJG Committee Chairs & Administrative Positions

Bike-Ped -
Vacant
CAFO Chair -
Eric Vrabel
Chapter Delegate -
Vacant
Conservation Chair -
Vacant
The Fall Line Editor -
John Zeugner
Fundraising Chair -
Tamara Smith
Inner City Outings -
Vacant
Membership Chair -
Vacant
Outings Chair -
Vacant
Political/Legislative Chair -
Vacant
Program Chair -
John Zeugner
Publicity Chair -
Vacant
Twitter & Meetup -
Vacant
University Liason: VUU -
Vacant
University Liason: VCU -
Vacant
University Liason: U of R -
Vacant
Volunteer Coordinator -
Vacant
Website & Facebook -
Eric Vrabel

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