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LCCA Calandar 2014

LCCA 2014 Calendar and Contact Listing can be found under Resources.

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December 5th 2013

NOLA's GEAUXgeous 'n Green on December 5th!

Global Green USA

Join us in celebration of our City and supporters at Global Green’s 3rd Annual NOLA Fundraiser on December 5th.

Party with us at an exclusive penthouse venue in the glow of NOLA’s iconic Falstaff sign. Show off your best eco/recycled/re-purposed glamorous fashions, dress up as your favorite celebrity OR create one of your own!

Strut your stuff for photos on the green carpet, music, silent auction, raffle, and more…as we celebrate our region’s sustainability stars.

GEAUXgeous ‘n Green NOLA
Thursday, December 5th
7:30 PM to 10:00 PM
Falstaff Beer Garden
2600 Gravier Street
New Orleans, LA

To reserve your tickets in advance: https://globalgreen26418.thankyou4caring.org/geauxgeousngreen

This year’s honorees:

· Foster Campbell, Lambert Boissiere & Scott Angelle, Louisiana Public Service Commission – for passing the much needed statewide Energy Efficiency rules

· Grasshopper Mendoza and Steve Picou – for their tireless water management work since Katrina

· The Alliance for Affordable Energy – for successfully advocating for progressive energy policy locally and statewide

· Councilmember Susan Guidry – for her dedication to an outstanding energy efficiency program for New Orleans

· The Center for Sustainable Engagement and Development – for its past and ongoing support of the Lower 9th Ward and the Holy Cross Project

· James Perry, Greater N.O. Fair Housing Action Center – for his commitment to the environment and to affordable housing in the City of New Orleans.

PURCHASE TIX, here: https://globalgreen26418.thankyou4caring.org/geauxgeousngreen

SPONSORSHIP info,here: https://globalgreen26418.thankyou4caring.org/geauxgeousngreensponsor


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October 12th 2013

NOLA Healthy Living and Sustainability Expo

Global Green USA

NOLA Healthy Living and Sustainability Expo
Saturday, Oct 12th, 2013
10:00 am to 6:00 pm
The Pontchartrain Center
4545 Williams Blvd., Kenner LA

Welcome bags to first 300 in the door!
Exhibits, Demos, Speakers, Door Prizes, Raffles…

This year’s featured Keynote Speaker is James Gordon, M.D.
Dr Gordon is the Founder and Director of the Center for Mind-Body Medicine, Washington, D.C. and a Professor of Psychiatry and Family Medicine at Georgetown University Medical School

LEARN from local experts speaking on topics of health and sustainable living
VISIT 75+ exhibits
SHOP the Art Market for early holiday gifts
EXPERIENCE Tai Chi, Yoga, Reiki, Art Therapy, Chanting …and more!

Admission at the door: $10 adults; Children Under 12 Free

For more information, please call 504-616-4207 or 504-330-2157
or email

See a full list of speakers, topics and exhibitors at NOLAHealthyLiving.com

Presented in partnership with The New Orleans Chamber of Commerce, LifeCity, Global Green USA, Core USA, The Green Project, Medical Treatment and Wellness Center of LA, Wells Fargo Advisors and Natural Awakenings Magazine.


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October 11th 2013

Bayou Rebirth Native Plant Symposium

Global Green USA

Bayou Rebirth, a wetlands education and restoration non-profit, is excited to be hosting a Native Plant Symposium at Delgado Community College on Friday, October 11, 2013. Thanks to the support from the Louisiana Native Plant Society and the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry, Bayou Rebirth will bring together developers, landscape architects, landscapers, nursery operator, city personnel, native plant experts and interested members of the public to engage in networking opportunities, share knowledge and expertise, and discuss the benefits of native plants for water management, wildlife habitat and resilience to climate change.

Early bird registration lasts until September 20. Admission for Delgado students is free, other students $10, general public $20, professional $35. After September 20 admission increases for students $12, general public $25, and professional $45.

Highlighting this event is keynote speaker, Dr. Doug Tallamy, an entomologist at the University of Delaware and author of Bringing Nature Home: How Native Plants Sustain Wildlife in Our Gardens, who will shed light on the significance of native vegetation, especially in an urban landscape. The goal of this event is to assist in developing the market for native plants for their functional value as well as their connection to wildlife, local history and culture.

The Symposium will feature panel discussions, breakout sessions, site tours and a complimentary reception at Longue Vue House and Gardens. To learn more about the agenda, see the speaker lineup, and to register, go to Bayou Rebirth’s website at http://www.bayourebirth.org. Sponsorship opportunities are also still available. Be sure to check out our Native Plant Symposium page to learn more about becoming a sponsor.


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