Nordic Walking fits right in with other eco-info
Jeff DeMeester, founder of San Diego Nordic Walking, is participating in the “It’s A Green Day Festival” on Saturday August 7 at NTC Park, Liberty Station, Point Loma, California. Find him at Booth No. 40a.
Events include elaborate opening ceremonies, free live reggae and blues music, fashion and activities, info on emerging and available technologies that promote solutions to environmental problems, ways to green your world by saving energy, reducing pollution, recycling, healthy living, green home products, educational workshops and eco-businesses. San Diego Nordic Walking fits right in, because it is a simple, healthy, and minimally impactful activity.
San Diego Nordic Walking founder Jeff DeMeester is a Keenfit, Fittrek, Leki and ANWA trained Nordic Walking instructor. Locals know him for his Cowles Mountain hikes and clinics around town. His hope has been to help people find ways to get out and explore, especially addressing the needs of people who may need added stability or want to add something to their everyday walk or run. The Green Day event is part of his outreach. It’s a Green Day Festival is actually a multi-city campaign dedicated to connecting people to resources and information for a greener planet, life with a focus on the dawning era of creativity, and innovation in “green technology” (also known as “clean technology”). The Expos and Festivals are bringing together pioneers dedicated to the promise of a healthier planet, as well as the prospect of growing businesses that promote sustainability.
Contact DeMeester at 619-507-9835