PHOENIXVILLE, PA — The Phoenixville Public Library is celebrating Earth Day with a special virtual presentation in its “Community Gardening around the Village Series”, Thursday, April 22 at 7:00 PM. David Ryle, Senior Programs Director of Phoenixville’s Trellis for Tomorrow, will present: “The Earth Day Pledge: Bite-Sized Commitments You Can Make to Our Planet that Will Make a Big Difference”.
Those interested will learn how changes you make in your daily life, especially around food, can have tremendous implications for the world we all share. David Ryle will present on the opportunities to improve our relationships with food, our own bodies, our community, and the living systems that support us.
Trellis for Tomorrow is a nonprofit focused on supporting the development of sustainable communities. Using parks, preserves and gardens as living classrooms, Trellis works to cultivate resilience and compassion in themselves and others while promoting sustainability, environmental stewardship, and food justice.
David Ryle is an organic farmer, food justice advocate, and the leader behind Trellis for Tomorrow’s highly impactful youth and community programs. With a background in ministry and social justice, for the last 15 years David has been working together with others to support a healthier world and a thriving planet.
This event is free and open to the public and will be held online via Zoom. Registration is required at https://ccls.libcal.com/calendar/Phoenixville/earth-day-pledge or by calling 610-933-3013 x132.
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