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    Julie Hancher

    Julie Hancher

    About Julie Hancher

    Julie Hancher is Editor-in-Chief of Green Philly, sharing her expertise of all things sustainable in the city of brotherly love. She enjoys long walks in the park with local beer and greening her travels, cooking & cat, Sir Floofus Drake.

    Volunteer for Philly Spring Cleanup Day!

    March 14, 20180

    Don’t just whine about Philly’s dirty streets. Do something about it! On Saturday, April 7th from 9 AM to 2…

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    Philadelphia Environmental Film Fest Returns!

    March 13, 20180

    Sustainability friends – get ready for a night weekend at the movies. The 2018 Environmental Film Fest is returning from…

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    The Brewers Plate Returns on March 30th

    March 7, 20180

    Our favorite (locavore) time of the year is here! The 14th Annual Brewer’s Plate, hosted by Fair Food, will return to the…

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    Philadelphia Flower Show 2018: Sneak Peek

    March 2, 20180

    Water, water everywhere? The 2018 Philadelphia Flower Show officially opens its doors to the public tomorrow, March 3rd. This year’s…

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    Female Grad Students: Apply to SWEP 2018 Scholarship

    February 27, 20180

    Are you a female grad student? Society of Women Environmental Professionals (SWEP) of Greater Philadelphia announced its 2018 Scholarship Application.…

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    Tell City Council to Nix Unfriendly Legislation for Bikes

    February 26, 20180

    Remember a few months ago when we were talking about making Philly streets safer for bikes? Unfortunately, City Council has…

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    Friends Center: Promoting a Positive Change Inside & Out

    February 21, 20180

    How can urban spaces connect us to those around us? Nestled at 1501 Cherry St, the Friends Center is the Quaker…

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    Wissahickon’s Forbidden Drive is 2018 Trail of the Year

    February 16, 20180

    The PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR)  named Forbidden Drive 2018 Trail of the Year. Forbidden Drive: Trail…

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    Philadelphia Litter Index Released by Zero Waste & Litter Cabinet

    February 15, 20180

    Step one of fighting trash: Knowing where it is. Yesterday, the City of Philadelphia’s Zero Waste and Litter Cabinet revealed a city-wide…

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    Forget Tinder: Being Sustainable Makes You Sexier

    February 14, 20180

    “I mean, I obviously believe in climate change. But I think you should still question the science.” I almost spit out…

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