We are excited to unveil our Spring Edition of our Meet the Maker series. Who doesn’t love surf & turf? Chef Sharp takes the concept to a new level with an incredible one-two punch pairing stellar wines from Club Solage Vintner Members Charnu Winery and Dancing Hares Vineyards with each course. Limited seating for this event on Fri., May 18. Reserve now at firstname.lastname@example.org
As part of our Earth Month activities, General Manager, Richard Hill presented the Napa Valley Vine Trail Coalition Executive Director and Board President , Chuck McMinn with a $16,000 donation in support of the organization’s continued development of a 47-mile biking, walking and running trail. The Napa Valley Vine Trail Coalition is a grass-roots nonprofit organization with a vision to build a walking/biking trail system connecting the entire Napa Valley. Please join us in supporting the Napa Valley Vine Trail.
Here are some great photos from yesterday’s meeting.
We are excited to team up with Ma(i)sonry Winery and Art Collective Gallery to feature Sculpture artists, Archie Held in our Sculpture at Sunrise tour and brunch. You may recognize many of Archie’s pieces around property. He is an internationally recognized artist who has been creating sculpture since the late 1970s. His style is exquisitely simple and direct, primarily constructed in bronze and stainless steel, though he recently added glass and granite to his pallet of materials. His pieces can be found in many public and private collections throughout the US and Asia.
As we kick off Earth Month here at Solage. We wanted to share the great tips and resources from Auberge Resorts.
TIPS FOR SUSTAINABLE LIVING
LIFESTYLES OF HEALTH AND SUSTAINABIILITY www.lohas.com LOHAS is an acronym for Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability, a market segment focused on health and fitness, the environment, personal development, sustainable living, and social justice.
THE DAILY GREEN: www.thedailygreen.com The consumer’s guide to the green revolution – includes recipes, products, travel and more.
EARTH 911: www.earth911.com Earth911 is an environmental services company that addresses solutions for products’ end-of-life for both businesses and consumers
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC: www.nationalgeographic.com The well known global institution has a great resource called the “green guide” that provides interesting facts and resources.
NATURE.ORG: www.nature.org You can calculate your carbon footprint
The GoodGuide iPhone app is the app you need when navigating store aisles. Once downloaded, you can use your iPhone or iPod Touch’s camera to scan the barcodes of more than 65,000 products
The EarthObserver app puts a worldwide interactive atlas at your fingertips and lets you explore the Earth like never before. Created at Columbia University and supported by the U.S. Science Foundation
The Get Green app sends a helpful season-based daily tip to your iPhone, ranging from green workplaces, to throwing a green Halloween party and even greening your wedding
Green to Gold, by Daniel C. Esty; Andrew S. Winston
Forces for Good, the six practices of high-impact nonprofits by Leslie R Crutchfield; Heather McLeod Grant
Management Reset, by Edward E Lawler; Christopher G Worley; David Creelman
An Inconvenient Truth (2006)
Planet Earth (2006)
King Corn (2007)
March of the Penguins (2005)