Fairfield Green Drinks: Locally Grown, Organic Food That Creates Local Jobs

Locally Grown, Organic Food That Creates Local Jobs

Please join us at Fairfield Green Drinks, Tuesday, January 8th, 2013, at The Shack Hometown Grill, 5:30pm - 7:30pm, for our anniversary celebration!

(RSVP here.) 

Our featured guest is MetroCrops. 

MetroCrops, LLC – the Connecticut based urban, high-density, indoor farming initiative is launching taste tests on its fresh, locally grown, highly nutritious mesclun salad mix. Their product is fresh, Connecticut grown, organic lettuce.

Be among the first in Connecticut to try this new product and give your feedback to the owners.

As part of the fun, MetroCrops is having a drawing for particiapnts and the lucky winner will receive a $25 Gift Card to The Shack Hometown Grill.

We hope you can join Tuesday, January 8th at Fairfield Green Drinks, and learn more about this innovative company and how it is also creating green jobs!


More about Fairfield Green Drinks:

Since January 9th, 2009, Fairfield Green Drinks has brought together over 1,000 people from throughout Connecticut. These gatherings have lead to numerous business transactions that support the local green economy, educated people on environmental stewardship, have aided people in finding employment, friendships, and have supported local green efforts and projects throughout Fairfield County and beyond. Fairfield Green Drinks is a monthly event that provides everyone the opportunity to socialize and network. There is no charge to attend and all are welcome. Over the years, Fairfield Green Drinks has provided a forum and shared information from over 70 businesses and organizations, as well as has featured local, regional and national leaders that have had the opportunity to share their vision and message at these monthly, community events.


Organizations that have participated at Fairfield Green Drinks include:

Solarize Connecticut

Fairfield's Earth Day Celebration

Live Green Connecticut!

Fairfield Green Coast Awards

Green Market Exposition

PTA Green Team

Fairfield Organic Teach Farm

Mill River Lab

CT Clean Energy Fund

CT Sierra Club

Clean Air - Cool Planet

CT Fund for the Environment

Operation Hope

E Magazine

Greater Bridgeport Community Enterprise

Barnum Museum

The WorkPlace

Fairfield County Green Faire

CT Recycling Guide

Fairfield Organic Teaching Farm

Aspetuck Land Trust

CT Green Building Council


CT Master Gardener Program

Fairfield School Gardens

Urban Camouflage

CT Farm Fresh Express

Garbage Museum

CT Audubon Society

Slow Food

Fairfield University


Businesses that have participated at Fairfield Green Drinks include:

Sikorsky Aircraft

Pareto Energy

Encon Solar

Astrum Solar

Sunlight Solar

Toyota of Stamford

Aquarion Water



Fairfield Green Food Guide


Enabling Technologies

Chevy Volt

Fairfield Smart Car

GM Equinox Fuel Cell Car

Fit Body Boot Camp

Brighten Your Home

Organic Ornaments

CT Farm Fresh Express



NYR Organic


Southport Acupuncture

Electric Truck

New England Smart Energy

Health in a Hurry

Catch a Healthy Habit

Planet Fuel

Pure Point Energy

Center for Green Building

R.U.F. Products

Honda of Westport

Fairfield Mitsubishi

Alternative Global Energy

CT Environmental Headlines

Natural Awakenings

Bigelow Tea




Affordable Acupuncture

Viridian Energy

North American Power

1-800-Got Junk?

Go Green Expo

Dales Organics

Umbrella Computer Consulting

Conscious Decisions


Featured guests that have particiapted at Fairfield Green Drinks include:

DEEP Commissioner Dan Esty

First Selectman Mike Tetreau

Ed Boman, Assistant Director of Public Works

Mike Zembruski, Director of Solid Waste and Recycling

State Representative Kim Fawcett

State Representative Tony Hwang

First Selectman Ken Flatto

Dan Delventhal, MowGreen.US

Kerry Kriger, Ph.D., Founder, Save The Frogs

Analiese Paik, Fairfield Green Food Guide

Carla Miklos, Operation Hope

Steve Domyan, MetroCrops

James Boncek, Electric Car

Etta Kantor and her Nissan LEAF

Ken Edwards and his Tesla Roadster

Stephen Marlin and the Chevy Volt

Amie Hall and Square Foot Gardening



Fairfield Green Drinks is open to everyone and there is no charge to attend.


RSVP now for our January 8th Anniversary Celebration!

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