Sustainable Lawrence Archive:


Don’t miss the Mercer County Green Fest, our local area green fair promoting green living for Mercer County families, on Saturday, March 17th from 11 -4 at Rider University Student Recreation Center. We’re working hard to ensure that this year’s event will be bigger and better than ever. The event will feature live entertainment, local sustainable businesses, sustainable community groups, a farmer’s market, local live entertainment, local fresh food at our lunch café, demonstrations, and speakers throughout the day. There will be fun for the whole family!

More than 70 eco-friendly business and organizations will be offering information and incentives to help you to go green and save money. Visitors can learn about a wide variety of sustainability issues and exciting community projects such as bike trails, food waste recycling programs. energy efficiency, electric cars, health, exercise & wellness, and science fair projects from area schools.

There’s plenty for the kids to do too with lots of entertainment for a fun Saturday afternoon.

A farmers market will feature local farms and local artisan food producers. A lunch celebrating locally sourced and seasonal ingredients with be available for purchase.

The Mercer Green Fest is organized by Mercer County Sustainability Coalition(MCSC), a partnership of green teams from Lawrence Twp. Environment and Green Advisory Committee, East Windsor Twp., Ewing Green Team, Hopewell Valley Green Team, Sustainable Lawrence, Sustainable Princeton, Trenton Green Team, West Windsor Township, Mercer County Office of Economic Development and Sustainability and Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association.

Bring your whole family, meet your neighbors, enjoy the afternoon and learn how Mercer County area residents and business are building sustainable communities. We look forward to seeing you there!

2017 Farm to Table


Climate Change Policy in New Jersey
Advancing opportunities to make New Jersey safer, greener, healthier and more prosperous.
A conference hosted by the New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance on Wednesday, September 27, 2017 from 8:30 am – 4:00 pm at Coach Barn at Duke Farms, Hillsborough, NJ. Conference Details and registration:



June 29, 2017
Contact: Pam or Gary Mount

Terhune Orchards is thrilled to once again host the sixth annual Farm to Table fundraiser dinner on the farm from 5-9 p.m. on Thursday July 20. Attendees always experience an evening under the stars enjoying locally grown produce showcased by talented area chefs. The dinner is a benefit for the Green Teams and Organizations of the Mercer County Sustainability Coalition.

For the fourth year, Terhune Orchards will collaborate with chefs from The Terra Momo Restaurant Group. The well-known Princeton area restaurateurs are committed to raising awareness for sustainability in the region. “At the core of our culinary philosophy is a deep appreciation for a “taste of place”. All to say, we believe that food should speak eloquently of its provenance — its soil, its climate and the people who nurture it.”

Chefs representing the Terra Momo restaurants Eno Terra of Kingston, Mediterra of Princeton, and soon to open, Albariño in Shrewsbury, will prepare an exquisite five course, seasonal menu highlighting fruits and vegetables grown at Terhune Orchards and other locally produced ingredients. Each course will be paired with wines from Terhune Orchards Vineyard and Winery.

Cocktails and passed appetizers will be served at 5 p.m. Terhune Orchards’ unique peach slushy made with fruit and wine from the farm is always a crowd pleaser. Dinner begins at 6:30 p.m. Each course will be introduced by a chef. Terry Strong (Mediterra), Emily Kirstein (Mediterra), Tito Campos (Mediterra), Marco Santana (Eno Terra), Joe Voller (Eno Terra) , and Manny Perez (Albariño) will speak to the guests about the dishes and their inspiration. The wine pairings will be introduced by Gary Mount, owner and winemaker of Terhune Orchards.

“Terhune Orchards is a very sustainable farm. We have worked for many years with town governments in Mercer County and throughout New Jersey on promoting a more sustainable future for our state”, said Pam Mount. “Locally grown food continues to be a critical piece enabling that goal. Every year the chefs’ creativity at this dinner shows us how good food creates lasting community. “

Throughout the evening, Ocean Country Band, a Jersey Shore-based quartet will play a mix of country, bluegrass, and rock cover songs. At the end of the night each guest will go
home with a bag brimming with produce grown at Terhune Orchards and a commemorative recipe booklet that includes the menu items for this evening’s special dinner.

Tickets are a donation of $100 per person, $150 per couple. They are available online now at

Terhune Orchards is located at 330 Cold Soil Rd., Princeton


$100 per person | $150 per couple – PayPal

Ralph Copleman Neighborhood Bike Ride

       SORRY | SORRY  |  SORRY
We at SL have to change the date for the bike ride that was schedule for tomorrow, Saturday, June 3rd, 2017 Due to 2 events at the HS we have to change the date to Sunday, June 4th, 2017 at the Lawrence High School, 2525 Princeton Pike.
See you all Sunday, June 4th 2017 at the Lawrence Township High School at the
Bus Parking lot at 10:00 am.
Thank you,
Teresita Bastides-Heron, President
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