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BPW- NC Presents: Women in the "Think Local" Movement on Sept. 15



Mali Dyck
September 9, 2010 - Celebrate what is special about living here in western Nevada County when you join us on Wednesday, Sept. 15 at the Holbrooke Hotel to hear two speakers who are very active in the “think local” movement. BPW-NC is pleased to present two women whose workplaces are not your typical business office: a community-based non-profit and a local farm.

Mali Dyck is a leader in the sustainability movement of Nevada County. She partnered with the Alliance for a Post-Petroleum Local Economy (APPLE) of Nevada County to write a business plan and secure seed funding for the APPLE Center for Sustainable Living, located at the entrance to the public parking lot on Commercial Street in Nevada City.

Her vision for the APPLE Center (www.apple-nc.org) was to create a physical hub where her community members could meet, learn, share, and connect to a more sustainable lifestyle. Mali currently serves as the Executive Director of the APPLE Center.

Angie Tomey
Angie Tomey is a flower farmer on the San Juan Ridge. Her business, The Flower Project, is a small cut flower farm which specializes in growing high quality flowers for local markets, CSAs (Community Sustainable Agriculture membership programs) and weddings. (See gorgeous photos of her flowers bouquets, arrangements and wreaths at www.TheFlowerProject.org.)

Angie’s farming practices include crop rotations, fertility management through the use of cover crops and compost applications, and does not include the use of any chemicals. She is also a partner in Mountain Bounty Farm, a local CSA.

Come and be inspired, while you learn about the importance of supporting local businesses to help ensure a sustainable future for the next generation. See the back page of this newsletter for more details and reservations information.

Newcomers are always welcome! Our meetings are held at the Express Room in the Holbrooke Hotel, 212 West Main St. Grass Valley, CA 95945 5:30 p.m. - Networking & No-host Wine Bar • 6:00 p.m. - Dinner and Program $22.00 for BPW members • $20.00 for guests (Please indicate if preference for vegetarian meal) Please call Robin Mallery at 263-4827 or email her at robinmallery@sbcglobal.net by Sunday Sept 12 to make a reservations for our Sept 15th meeting. We’ll hope to see you there.


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