Thursday, August 28, 2008

Green Drinks 15 - Tues Sep 2 at E&O Trading Co

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WHAT: The world famous GREEN DRINKS
WHEN: 5:30 PM until 7:30 PM
RULE: First Tuesday of every month!
WHERE: E&O Trading Company at Ward Center in Honolulu 808.591.9555
HOW: Walk, cycle, bus, surf, taxi, vanpool, whatever gets you there...
WHO: Anyone who is interested in sustainability and all things green.
WHY: Network, fun, education, contacts, inspiration, business & pleasure
NEW: Just show up and you'll be made welcome!
REMIND: To sign up for the email circulation list go to
STATUS: Informal, organic, self-organizing network. Every month since 1989.
GLOBAL: Over 400 cities worldwide! UK | USA | Canada | Germany and more...

Subject: Fwd: Green Drinks 15 - Tues Sep 2 at E&O Trading Co.
Date: Wednesday, August 27, 2008, 5:56 PM

Aloha e kakou,

As some of you may know, I am the president of the "newly" formed O`ahu Land Trust. We are slowly introducing our organization and directors to those who care and work for the environment. On Tuesday, September 2, 2008, we are co-hosting along with TPL (Trust for Public Lands) and NCSLT (North Shore Community Land Trust) the Green Drinks function at E&O Trading Company in Ward Center.

If you have a chance, please stop on by to talk to some of our board members who, along with me, are committed to protect and perpetuate O`ahu's natural and cultural heritage by actively working with communities to acquire and conserve land. As this organization is rolling out, we have been faced with excitingly challenges, funding to start staffing our organization before the end of year, receiving numerous recommendations for lands to be looked at that may be a part of our program, and hopefully a commitment before the end of the year to start the acquisition process for at least one parcel on the island of O`ahu.

Please join us in this exciting start to what we hope will be an important part of our conservation and environmental communities in Hawai`i.

Cynthia K.L. Rezentes, President
O`ahu Land Trust

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