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Green Halloween Tips and Events This Weekend

Happy Halloween

Happy Halloween from KatonahGreen

Green Halloween Tips:

Make Your Own Lead-Free Face Paint

Buy ORGANIC and LOCAL! It’s the last weekend for several local farmer’s markets. Get out and buy organic squash’s, pumpkins and apples! Kids love apples, consider buying each child a whole bag of their own!

Green Halloween Tips from

Friday, October 30th, 9-3 Alternative Vehicle Tech Conference, Oct 30, NYC
The Road to Energy Independence, Lehman College, Friday, October 30, 2009
Lehman College, Friday, October 30, 2009 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Friday, Oct 30th, 3-7pm. Last week of the Ridgefield Farmer’s Market!
Get over there and grab up some great local produce, bread and more. While you are there head on over to Cellar XV and ask for some organic wines.

Saturday, Oct 31, South Salem Harvest Fest, Come to the Harvest Fest at Gossett’s Farm Market this weekend!

(Rain or shine, market indoors when raining) Featuring:Katonah Green’s Local Food-Local Chef Series, Antique Apple Peeler demonstration, Food samples from the Market, Kid’s activities and more!

Saturday, Oct 31, meet at Bylane Farm, Lighthouse Pt Park Hawkwatch, Oct 31, New Haven. Field Trip to the Lighthouse Point Park Hawkwatch, New Haven, CT With Arthur Green Saturday, October 31. Carpool from Bylane Farm at 8 a.m. Return around 3 p.m. depending on the hawk flight.

Saturday, Oct 31st, NYC: Meetup: Foraging with Naturalist “Wildman” Steve Brill in Central Park, Oct 31, 11:45 am, The Metro NYC Environmental Meetup Group

Saturday/Sunday Oct 31 & Nov 1: Garden of Ideas Farmstand daily through the end of November. This weekend: Last weekend to visit the art gallery, stroll the intriguingly landscaped natural areas!

Sun, Nov 1 Hilltop Hanover Farm:  Yorktown Something Good in the World presents monthly “Farm to Table” cooking classes as part of their Backyard Farmer Series.  This month is “Fall Harvest,” Sunday, November 1, 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. in Barn F.


It’s not too early to start ordering Organic Turkeys for Thanksgiving! Click here for local resources.

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About Heather Flournoy

I am a writer, social media connoisseur, environmentalist and professional marketer. My personal blog is and my professional website is I love people's stories, and a passionate cultivator of connections, both for myself and helping others to connect. Tell me who you are, what your story is, and I'll tell you who you should talk to. In my own view, I know some of the most interesting, colorful and profound people in the world. You know who you are. Besides all the above, I am proud to say I am a working class single mother who raised a beautiful daughter. I connect deeply with animals, especially horses. I love music, coffee shops, farmer's markets, growing my own food, sustainable agriculture, broad thinkers, the healing arts, and dive diners.


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