The Fourth Annual Emerald Necklace Grand Tour will be Saturday, February 18. 

This is a fun event with great people, food and scenery. The tour highlights preserved open spaces, scenic views and fabulous local food and drink purveyors with new stops this year that include the Beverley Pond wetlands in San Timoteo Nature Sanctuary and the […]

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The Redlands Sustainability Network (RSN) and the Inland Empire Resource Conservation District (IERCD) are putting on an exciting forum on green investing in February. Here are the particulars!

What: Green Investing Forum: Socially Responsible Investments Who: Scott A Smith, Financial Consultant and Accredited Investment Fiduciary  Where: The United Church of Christ, 168 Bellevue, Redlands CA Time: […]

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An article in the local Redlands Daily Facts today covered the highlights of the Tree Care During Drought Forum held on November 12th.  Please read the article if you weren’t able to attend.

Handouts are available at the Inland Empire Resource Conservation District website – www.iercd.org – but in the meantime, here they are:

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The efforts of the Redlands Sustainability Network (RSN) and IERCD (Inland Empire Resource Conservation District) to help the area’s drought affected trees were the focus of a front page article in the Redlands Daily Facts on Saturday.

The article featured the “Save Our Trees” yard signs and the upcoming forum – […]

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Please contact Diana Turley at 909-798-1256 if you want a sign to post in your yard. We’re focusing on Redlands yards and businesses first and also seeking higher traffic areas to get this important message out!

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The Redlands Sustainability Network, along with IERCD (Inland Empire Resource Conservation District) is putting on a forum – Tree Care During Drought – on Sat. Nov 12th, from 1-3 pm at the United Church of Christ in Redlands.

The event will provide residents tips on taking care of their trees through proper watering. Dave Roger, an […]

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Trees are a vital part of living sustainably. Here in Redlands we have a tree crisis – 1400 dead street and park trees. Some are young, but many are old ones that take decades to replace.

Many have been stressed by the continuing drought in California. In addition, well-meaning people have been removing lawns and changing […]

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