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Sip for Sustainability: Planet Wise Actions that Save you Money!

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Trinity Episcopal Church

469 Northwest Wall Street

Bend, OR 97701

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Hear from ECOFriendly experts! Everyone can save $ with solar, electric car, efficiency incentives. Free beverages- SunRiver Brewing Co.

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First 50 registrants get a new Tote Bag and shampoo soap! Free Raffle for MeliWraps! all to help you Avoid Plastic. NEW incentives will help you save thousands! Everyone, including low to moderate income, can save money on new, leased or used electric cars. Discover how you can get to zero net energy with solar and efficiency. Tips on Plastic avoidance and DIY products. Multiple presenters will show you how you manage your waste and buying choices. Come for the fun, and discover how to improve your life AND help the planet. $10 donation appreciated. Students with ID or kids under 14 go free. Conference attendees are free.

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ARSolar

Solar for Everyone! New incentives are now available

Jaqueline Drumheller,

Sustainability consultant and college instructor. Former sustainability director for Alaska airlines.

Do this not that: Easy personal choices that help you lose weight, save money, and help the planet

Paula Latasa Kinzer : Healthy World

Avoid plastic: vendors, big picture options, and DIY products for you to make that are high quality and save you money!

Learn how you can easily make the following products:

All purpose cleaner

Furniture polish

Carpet Fresh

Air Freshener

Hand gel

Nasal Inhaler (for allergies and congestion)

Chest Rub

Flea and Tic Powder for dogs

Anastacia Compton

Anastacia Compton works on outreach and education for the new EV charging stations at the COCC campuses in Madras and Redmond which were made possible with support from Pacific Power.

She will discuss how you can obtain up to $5,000 in cash rebates and $7,500 in tax credits from buying new or used, or leasing an electric vehicle. EVS's are now for everyone, regardless of income. Discover the excitement of driving electric, and how you can begin to save money and the planet!

Vendors:

AR Solar

Penelope's Soaps

Meli Wraps

Young Living

Jaqueline Drumheller,

As a corporate sustainability and environmental professional for more than 25 years, Jacqueline Drumheller has managed a broad spectrum of environmental protection programs ranging from compliance auditing to waste reduction.

In her most recent role as the head of sustainability at Alaska Airlines, she created and spearheaded the airline’s formal sustainability strategy and program. Under Jackie’s leadership, Alaska earned the reputation as the domestic aviation leader in environmental stewardship and received more than 25 environmental and sustainability awards, including being named the top North American airline on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index two years in a row (2017, 2018).

Paula Latasa Kinzer is an ecology consultant with 30 years working to promote sustainability with non-profits, government and the private sector. This includes sustainable land use, development & agriculture, renewable energy, climate change, forest and water protection, resource conservation, health and alternatives to toxics. Paula has a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies and Planning from Sonoma State University and moved to Bend in 1991. She served as the Executive Assistant to the Bend Recycling Team, to fulfill the recycling education and marketing service contract for Deschutes County. She also was the project leader and designer for Oregon’s first Platinum Earth Advantage Home. For 13 years, Paula worked for 3Degrees as a Pacific Power Blue Sky renewable energy coordinator and helped 3Degrees develop similar utility renewable energy programs across the nation.

Penelope's Soaps:

First 50 to register get a sample size shampoo bar from Penelope's Soaps. No plastic, ideal for dry, oily, or normal hair.

Nicole will offer a package of Meli Wraps for a free raffle item.

Meli Wraps was born on the island of Kauai in 2015. Life long friends and neighbors, Melia and Nicole began making these reusable food wraps out of their garage in hopes of reducing single use plastic wrap. After sharing it with their friends and family on the island, Meli Wraps became a hit and Melia and Nicole knew that these needed to be shared beyond the island. Meli Wraps are now proudly made both in Kauai, Hawaii and Bend, Oregon with a team of awesome people.

Anastacia Compton works on outreach and education for the new EV charging stations at the COCC campuses in Madras and Redmond which were made possible with support from Pacific Power.

She will discuss how you can obtain up to $5,000 in cash rebates and $7,500 in tax credits from buying new or used, or leasing an electric vehicle. EVS's are now for everyone, regardless of income. Discover the excitement of driving electric, and how you can begin to save money and the planet!

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Bend, OR 97701

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