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Last Movie Night of 2014: Ground Operations

SustainFloyd is inviting everyone—especially America’s military veterans—to its last documentary of the...

SustainFloyd Launches New Fundraising Campaign

Growing the Future As a non-profit organization, SustainFloyd depends on donations to keep our community...

Gasland 2 Starts Fall Films Series

As Floyd County confronts the prospect of pipeline carrying “fracked” natural gas, the 2014...

Amy Avery-Grubel hired as Floyd’s first Farm to School Coordinator

After an extensive hiring and interview process, SustainFloyd is proud to announce that it’s hired...

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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.

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Fall Film Series

beavers3The film on Sunday, October 19th is “Leave it to Beavers” a charming and informative documentary which clarifies the important role beavers are able to play in water management. This is a great film for all the family. It is preceded by a bake sale, with something of a Halloween theme, and followed by a discussion lead by Tom Davis with the National Park Service and Radford U Biologist Jane Cundiff of Floyd (who has a beaver colony on her property in Floyd.) Read more …

All this season’s films are scheduled for Sunday evenings at the Floyd Country Store. Doors will open at 6:00pm for food and conversation. Films will start around 6:30 to 6:45pm. Each film is followed by a panel lead community discussion. Film tickets available at the door for a $5 donation.


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