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St. James Environmental Fair 

Thursday,

April 25, 2024

10AM to 1PM

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During the month of April, communities across the globe celebrate with events that honor achievements of the environmental movement while raising awareness of the need to protect Earth's natural resources for future generations. St. James continues that Earth Day tradition, now in its 54th year. In addition, another equally important observation/celebration is Arbor Day, with a focus on tree filled landscapes and healthy ecosystems. We hope you will join us during our special FREE event at the St. James Community Center, where you will be inspired by our speakers, our exhibitors, and the St. James Conservancy Board members.

Doors open to Speaker Presentation at 9:30AM

Exhibitor room opens at 11:00AM

Event ends at 1:00PM

10:00AM to 11:00AM   Learn about advancements in your daily recycle options. Understand the actual process, clear the uncertainty, and how your actions matter.

Special Guest Speakers

Kevin Fisher

With over 23 years of experience in the waste and recycle industries, Kevin is the Procurement Manager for Sonoco's Recycling Division, covering sales over the East Coast of the US.

Amelia Woodruff

Recycling Coordinator at UNCW. With a Masters in Science in Coastal and Ocean Policy, Amelia is dedicated to pursuing a sustainable future while facilitating UNCW's recycling mission.

11:00 AM to 1:00PM  Meet local organizations focused on sustainability. 
Bring
 your questions and get the facts from the experts.

  Exhibitor List 2024

  • Bald Head Island Conservancy - What we do, events and tours

  • Brunswick Electric Corporation - saving energy & costs

  • Electric Cars - Jones Ford, Shallotte - the newest EVs

  • St. James is a Community Wildlife Habitat - what does this mean?

  • North Carolina Wildlife Federation - "Save our Sounds" initiative

  • St. James Recycling - new options and choices available now

  • North Carolina Forest Service - Health of local forests, prescribed burns, etc.

  • Going Green Publications - Sustainable resources for you

  • Sheriff’s office - Marine Patrol & Enforcement on our waterways

  • UNCW Living Shoreline Project - updates and advancements

  • GFL - new developments in recycling - the good news

  • St. James Garden Club – Pesticides in the Landscape

  •  Energy – Solar, Wind, Nuclear, and Ev’s – Update!

  • NC Extension Office - Brunswick County Master Gardener - coastal gardens

  • Brunswick County and Soil Conservation District - soil test kits and more

  • Shelton Herb Farm - Native options in your coastal landscape

  • St. James Conservancy - Membership information and giveaways.

Image by Aaron Burden

“Today is Earth Day. I don't want to end the day without an acknowledgment of the wonder that we actually live here. Okay, there is so much terror seeping around every corner. But there is also beauty, creativity, and life. Look around, we are blessed to be here. Really. Blessed.”
                                                    — Danté Stewart

"Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves of strength that will endure as long as life lasts."

                                                     -Rachel Carson

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