SEEDS (Sustainable Energy Education & Development Support) invites you to attend their annual general membership meeting on Tuesday evening September 26th at 6 pm on the first floor of The Cooperage, 1030 Main Street in Honesdale. SEEDS members are encouraged to attend, but the meeting is open to the general public to learn more about what SEEDS does, and about the forward-looking projects happening in our community.

Reservations are encouraged.

Special guests include:

Wayne Pike Trails and Waterways Alliance representatives, who will present an update about their grassroots efforts to sustainably develop walking trails along the historic railroad and Lackawaxen River between Honesdale and Hawley.

Conceptual designs, including a revitalized Honesdale riverfront, will be shown and any feedback is welcome!

More can be seen at

Delaware Highlands Conservancy, whose mission includes conserving farms, forests and waters of the Upper Delaware Region.

They also provide educational events and opportunities to engage the community and to promote a sustainable local economy.

Susan LaCroix, Land Protection Coordinator, will share details on some of their events and initiatives.

Visit for more info.

For those who wish to eat before the meeting, the Cooperage doors and the Ant Hill Farms Kitchen will open at 5:30. Food will be available for purchase. Monique Milleson will have vegetarian and gluten free options available in addition to more usual fare.

Coffee will be provided by Black and Brass.

The SEEDS annual meeting begins at 6:00 pm.

The Chair, Treasurer, and Executive Director will report and elections will be conducted. In addition, SEEDS will present their year in review. Invited guest speakers will begin at approximately 6:45. The meeting is expected to end before 8 pm.

Reservations are encouraged, to help prepare ample food. If you are planning on attending, please visit and click on the annual meeting image, to RSVP (food purchase not required).

You can also call (570) 245 – 1256. Last year’s minutes can be reviewed on the website, as well as a call for nominations for open board positions.