Next Meeting: May 28th
Each month we gather to talk about the ongoing sustainability initiatives in Meridian and how we can better serve our community. There are a lot of things happening so don't miss this month's meeting to see how you can get involved! Gail Barton, our resident horticulturalist and head of the Love & Peas Garden, will be sharing some summer garden tips.
Thursday, May 28th, 5:30-6:30pm,
Love & Peas Garden (behind Cater's Market, 5201 Hwy 493)
Promoting Sustainability through the ARTS!
Thanks to all who came out and helped with the Kid's Art Crawl in downtown Meridian. It was a huge success! Kids made planters out of recycled drink bottles and learned creative ways to cut back on our waste.
Newest Garden: Meridian Freedom Project Garden
Go Green Meridian broke ground April 4th on our latest garden project--The Meridian Freedom Project Garden! The Meridian Freedom Project is a non-profit organization founded in 2014 dedicated to educational excellence and leadership development of Meridian's youth (www.themeridianfreedomproject.com). Go Green Meridian is excited to be involved developing on-site urban gardens.
raising awareness | connecting community | living well
Go Green, Meridian is a local chapter of Gaining Ground Sustainability Institute of Mississippi (GGSIM).
To increase awareness, connect the community, support our local farmers and businesses, and create a more sustainable and healthy life for the people of Meridian and surrounding areas.
GGSIM is a state-wide educational, networking, and outreach institute in Mississippi. Our goal is to growing community around issues of sustainability by identifying sustainable initiatives, connecting those efforts, and expanding on them. We teach people to improve their quality of life through sustainable choices.