Founded in early 2010, The group ‘Sustainable Delaware’ is modeling our green thought leadership on programs we’ve observed in surrounding enclaves – Worthington, Westerville and Columbus.
Sustainable Delaware is a group of residents focused on promoting environmental, social and economic sustainability for the Delaware community through awareness, advocacy and action.
Sustainable Delaware partners with The City of Delaware, Ohio Wesleyan University, the League of Women Voters, Co-Sustainability Ohio, Earthdance Ohio, the Citizens’ Climate Lobby, Preservation Parks, and many other groups.
We usually meet the second Saturday of each month at the First Presbyterian Church, 73 W. Winter St. at 9:00 am. All are welcome. Join us to participate in and define programs to reduce harmful impacts on our environment, educate ourselves and our community on green practices, and support our local economy.
We also have a much more informal social gathering, called Green Drinks Delaware, for anyone interested in getting together with others curious about supporting our environment. It currently meets on the last Wednesday of each month at 7:00 PM at a local restaurant. November’s will be at the Old Bag of Nails, 66 N. Sandusky St.