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The final film of the SustainFloyd 2016 Spring Film Series “This Changes Everything” will be shown on...
Instructor: Alan Stuart Graf Date: Tuesdays, April 5 – May 24, 6-7:30pm Location: Jacksonville...
Wednesday, March 2 marks the start of our 2016 Spring Film Series. Racing to Zero is a new, fast-moving...
SustainFloyd Hosts Free Dinner: “An Evening with Patrick Holden” on Tuesday, November 10th Dinner @ 6:00...
SustainFloyd works to leverage and preserve Floyd County’s existing assets and traditional strengths in agriculture and craftsmanship to help build a resilient rural local economy.
Supporting the growth of our community’s next generation requires a community commitment, which is why we work closely with local and state governments and agencies, local businesses, like-minded non-profits and local citizens. Together we can find ways to develop the financial and ecological health of our community for the well-being of all citizens of Floyd County. But we also join with other communities throughout the region and around the globe to model new ways of living on, working in, and caring for the world around us.Read More
Mark your calendars. Sustain Floyd kicks off it’s spring film series on March 2, 2016. The series consists of three documentaries aimed at addressing compelling environmental, cultural, and social issues. The films are screened at The Floyd Country Store in downtown Floyd. Doors open at 6:00 pm and the films begin at 6:30pm. Each film is preceded by a light meal with $5 donation, and followed by a community discussion.
Films include Racing to Zero on Wednesday, March 2, Just Eat It on Wednesday, April 6, and This Changes Everything on Wednesday, May 11. Find out more.