Water is a looming issue: too little of it in some places, too much in others. The small community of Newtok in Alaska is threatened by rising water. It is one of the early US communities to face the extreme situation of needing to relocate a whole community. Unless we […]
On October 18th, we screened Decoding the Weather Machine as a part of our evening film series. And despite having to postpone the film by a week because Hurricane Michael had slammed through our town, flooding the roads, and making it impossible for some people to drive, we had a great
SustainFloyd had a chance to talk to Robbie Harris with WTVF Radio about our newest project, The Personal Climate Pledge. To listen or read the interview, follow this link.
On January 6, 2018 SustainFloyd board member, Woody Crenshaw, attended a panel with Senator Tim Kaine at the Floyd EcoVillage. Having known each other for some years, Kaine and Crenshaw had the opportunity to chat after the discussion on local agricultural concerns where Crenshaw presented Kaine with the SustainFloyd “Personal