On March 20 at 6:30 p.m., Holistic Moms Network’s New Haven County chapter will host a presentation focused on how to have a beautiful yard without toxic chemicals and a brief talk on pesticide side effects. Some of the topics to be covered include composting; the advantages of organic land care for the yard, garden and children; testing soil samples; and more. The monthly meeting takes place in Milford, Connecticut.
A local pioneer rooting for the health of the environment, Ann H. Bermanin was born Canada in 1934. In her 10 years as chair of Milford’s Environmental Concerns Coalition, the organization educated the mayor and the city about the environment, worked on state bills for the pesticide use ban on K8 school yards, and ran Contest for Freedom Lawn with the help of Dr. Laurel Lobovits. “There is so much to be done to save our environment for the next generations,” says Bermanin.
About Holistic Moms Network
The mission of Holistic Moms Network, a nonprofit support and discussion network, is to connect parents who are interested in holistic health and green living. It welcomes people wherever they are on their own holistic path in an environment that does not judge. The New Haven County chapter follows the Holistic Moms Network’s drive to encourage parents to use their innate sense of what is best for their children and the Earth while learning more about healthcare and parenting options. Living healthy and living green is not an endpoint, but an ongoing journey.
Our meetings, open to the public, are the third Tuesday of each month at the Woodruff Family YMCA, 631 Orange Ave, Milford, CT. Children are welcome. RSVP to Tori Lawlor at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit www.holisticmoms.org or https://www.facebook.com/HMNNewHaven for more information.