PTF is once again proud to be a part of Pasadena’s 5th annual Greening the Earth Day

Pasadena’s Fifth Annual Greening the Earth Day and Family Arts Festival will feature plenty of information related to “green” energy, transportation, buildings and more.Environmental exhibits, entertainment, organic food, community gardens, art exhibits and workshops will be among the many activities during the free event.
WHEN: Saturday, April 21TIME: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.WHER Memorial Park and at Armory Center for the Arts, 145 N. Raymond Ave.A street festival will be on Raymond Avenue between Walnut and Holly streets. Learn about recycling, solar power, conservation and more! Our fleet of electric and hybrid vehicles, wrapped with conservation and green power messages, will be on display.

Path to Freedom will have a tabling booth complete with biodiesel vehicle, solar oven, ollas and more. PTF will also be contributing a five$10 Peddler’s Wagon Gift Certificates for the Earth Day raffle.

For those of you who requested PTF to be at other Earth Day events, we truly appreciate your invite; however, we regret that we are unable to be everywhere at once. Perhaps one day we’ll have a team of eco-urban homesteader ambassadors… In the meantime, you can help PTF grow bydonating to cover costs another printing of eco friendly brochures, tabling and other hand out materials.

Also look forward to the upcoming Pasadena Weekly’s GREEN GUIDE.


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  1. Jill says:

    Just wondering if you happen to know … I’d like to remove my driveway. It is asphalt. Is that stuff too toxic 1) to plant where it was without detoxifying and 2) to use the removed pieces as stepping stones in the garden? Thanks!