May 14, 2014-
May 31, 2014
07:00AM - 07:00PM
Community Resilience Challenge
Daily Acts, a Petaluma-based nonprofit, is hosting the Community Resilience Challenge (the Challenge) throughout the month of May to activate individuals, communities, businesses and organization to take action in saving water, growing food, conserving en
Marin and Sonoma Counties
Event Description

 Join Daily Acts and the Marin Garden Challenge for the 2014 Community Resilience Challenge happening throughout May and culminating this weekend, May 17 and 18. 

 Formerly the 350 Home and Garden Challenge this free online pledge found at provides participants with over 40 actions to select from that Save Water, Grow Food, Conserve Energy and Build Community, the event’s four themes. On the website you may choose to pledge to do things such as install drip irrigation, host a potluck, plant a fruit tree, sheet mulch a lawn, unplug electronics and more. 

By registering, Marin and Sonoma County residents can help Daily Acts, a Petaluma-based nonprofit, meet their annual goal of engaging over 1,000 individuals to create a more resilient community! Not in Marin or Sonoma Counties? No worries! The Challenge is national and anyone can register.

The Challenge is free to participate in and all you have to do is register online. When you pledge to take action you'll also get access to free incentives such as free Sonoma Compost, seeds, drip irrigation parts and more! Even if you don't live in Sonoma County you can still register as the Challenge is a national event. However, Daily Acts needs you, Marin and Sonoma County residents, to take the pledge today to help reach our goal!

Rise to the Challenge. Stand up and be counted! Learn more at

Fee: $0.00

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