Bobcats Go Green

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Waste Not is trying to help Jennell Rayos, a sustainability graduate student, with the Bobcats Go Green initiative. The group is taking on tailgate and stadium recycling at all the Texas State home games, which are as follows:

1) Saturday, 9/13

2) Saturday, 10/4

3) Tues, 10/14

4) Sat, 11/8

5) Thurs, 11/20

This Saturday (9/13) is going to be a big game and she is in need of some help!

If you’re looking for a way to get involved and help with a big project, recycling during these huge student events is a great way to get started. Volunteers are needed on Friday for set up, during two shifts on Saturday for tailgating, and a late shift for stadium recycling.

Please contact Jennell at jr1750@txstate.edu for more info.

Community input

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Long time, no talk. Just wanted to make a post and let you know we’re still around and have some great community activities in the works. Summer is a slower time in San Marcos so hopefully you’ve been able to enjoy the river and emptier streets a bit so far.

The board is a busy group and we would love to see some input from our members and viewers.

What would you like to see Sustainable San Marcos do?

What resources should we have for you on our website?

 

We want San Marcos to be well equipped for sustainable practices as we face challenges of rapid growth in our community. Let us know what you have to offer!

Our first composting workshop

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Success!

Thanks to the San Marcos Nature Center forIMG_0251 hosting us and congratulations Nicole Marie on winning the home composting tumbler. Hope to see all the familiar faces again and continue branching out to the San Marcos community with future workshops.

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Backyard Composting 101

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Come to our first composting workshop!

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COSM Rebates for Rainwater!

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City of San Marcos is offering up to 50% rebates for home rainwater harvesting systems.

Rainwater Harvesting System Illustration

See rules and conditions here.

City contact is Jan Klein in Environmental Health,
512-393-8310.

Rainwater harvesting tour

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Pictures! Can also be found on our Facebook page.

Please join us for our very first rainwater harvesting tour!
Info below, and please still excuse our mess while the website is being worked on.

Rainwater tour 4-2014

Please excuse our mess!

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The website is currently under construction. We are working to get you up to date on all of SSM’s current initiatives after a long hiatus away from wordpress. Thanks for the patience, posts to come soon.