Greening the Statehouse 2018

UPDATE (11/13/18): GTS 2018 is SOLD OUT!  If you are still interested in attending, please email us at comments@hecweb.org (Subject Header: GTS-WL) and we will add you to our wait list.  We will notify you if any tickets free up.   We appreciate your understanding and your interest!

Greening the Statehouse is Indiana’s largest annual gathering of environmental-minded Hoosiers!

We are thrilled to announce that our event — to be held on Saturday, November 17th — will be at a “destination” this year: the incredible Honeywell Center in Wabash, Indiana, near the banks of our great Wabash River! Join us for a day of education, advocacy, and networking – as well as a fully catered lunch and light breakfast provided by the amazing staff at the Honeywell.

We are so pleased to share that our keynote address will be given by Dr. Jeff Reutter, former director of the Center for Lake Erie Area Research and one of the foremost experts on the impact of agriculture on the Great Lakes.  He is a strong, dynamic, and down-to-earth scientist-leader.
Our emerging program for the day can be found here!

Thank you to our Green Business Sponsors, who help make GTS possible:

Sky is the Limit Sponsor:

 

 

emPowering Progress Sponsors:

Ambre Blends, Barrett Works, Classic Cleaners, Cummins, EcoOwl Press, Endangered Species Chocolate, Georgetown Market, Greenscape Geeks, Julia Spangler Sustainable Events Consultant, MPI Solar, NUVO, Rectify Solar, Renewable Energy Systems, and Singer Wealth Advisory

And great appreciation to our Nonprofit Sponsors:

Beacon Heights Witness Commission, Carmel Green Initiative, Citizens Action Coalition, Earth Charter Indiana, Environmental Resilience Institute, Greenways Foundation of Indiana, Hoosier Interfaith Power & Light, Improving Kids’ Environment, Indiana Forest Alliance, Indiana Lakes Management Society, Indiana Recycling Coalition, Indy VegFest, Living Lightly Fair, Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center, MoonTree Studios, Northwest Indiana Green Drinks, Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center, Save Maumee, Save the Dunes, Sierra Club Hoosier Chapter, Solar Indiana Renewable Energy Network, University of Saint Francis – Fort Wayne, UU Green Sanctuary, Wabash County Solid Waste Management District, Wabash River Defenders, and White River Alliance