The seasons change drastically in Nebraska.
Hear from guest speaker Leon Komar about how to modify your home to protect it
from the elements and reduce energy consumption.
Annual Membership Meeting Sunday, October 11
Join us for a year in review and celebrate
our accomplishments in 2015. We will also be looking forward to the future and
seeking input and support from the community!
Sunday, September 8
The tree of heaven, or ailanthus, is an invasive tree that is creeping into Bellevue. Hear
how invasive species threaten native plants and learn some techniques for
removing and controlling them.
Green Bellevue programs are free and open to the public. Please join us at our regular meeting location at the Nebraska Medicine Center (formerly Bellevue Medical Center), lower level meeting room area in Conference Room A (park in visitor parking, enter in the main door, go down the stairs, make a "u-turn" and Conference A is down the hall on your left).
Recycling Equipment Grants Available for 2015-16The Nebraska State Recycling Association (NSRA) still has grant
funds available for municipalities, other government entities, non-profits and
recycling companies (for example, waste haulers) who wish to purchase recycling ...
Posted Aug 19, 2015, 9:47 AM by Brittany Dabestani
Green Bellevue volunteers and board members met at the October annual meeting and discussed top issues to focus on in 2015. The Bellevue Leader/Omaha World Herald article gave a good recap - however - meeting these goals will take leadership. If you are willing to work on these efforts, please attend a Green Bellevue meeting or contact Ruth Richter to join the efforts.
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