Lunch & Learns + Webinars

Join us for a Sustainable Lunch Break or an Afternoon of Learning

These informative, adult learning opportunities provide expert knowledge on issues relevent for our community, from climate resilience gardens to net-zero homes. All Lunch & Learn and Webinar events are FREE for PEA members and donate-what-you-can for members of the community.

Check out our most recent webinars below:

Creating a Net Zero Sustainable Home

Join Piedmont Environmental Alliance and a panel of experts and activists for an informative discussion on what makes a home sustainble. In this webinar we explore the ways we can turn our everyday homes into net zero, sustainable homes that are good for the planet.


Environmental Justice Panel

Join Piedmont Environmental Alliance and a panel of experts and activists for an informative discussion on environmental justice. Brought to you by PEA and Bookmarks with the support of Forsyth Tech and Renewable Energy Design Group.

Interfaith Panel on Environment, Climate & Justice

Join a panel of local faith leaders for an interfaith discussion on the connections between religion, climate change, and environmental sustainability. Our esteemed speakers this year include: Rev. Craig Schaub, Rabbi Mark Cohn, Rev. Willard W. Bass, Bishop Todd Fulton, and Associate Chaplain for Muslim Students Naijla Faizi.

Growing Edible Mushrooms in the Piedmont

With Durham Public Schools Hub Farm. Enter the wild, magical world of the fungi kingdom. Tune in to learn about the biology and anatomy of gilled mushrooms. Then, come along as we teach you how to inoculate and manage your own edible mushroom log.

EcoFeminism Webinar with WFU's David Phillips

Check out this interactive webinar explaining what Eco-Feminism means and how we can channel some of these ideas about exploitation and power into modern environmental activism, presented by Dr. David Phillips from Wake Forest University.

Patio Gardening for Beginners

Growing vegetables in small spaces is not only possible, but a whole lot of fun! Join Kaitlan Arndt from Wild Roots Garden Market for step-by-step advice on how to start a patio garden that's beautiful, sustainable, and filled with delicious vegetables.