Wright Scoop Hosts Book Signing, Eco-Legacy - A Millennium Woman’s Heritage

Glen Allen, VA, September 29, 2012 --(PR.com)-- The Wright Scoop – Sylvia Hoehns Wright, recipient of the "Turning America from Eco-weak to Eco-chic" award and founder of Plants of CARE plant recognition program, in honor of community heritage hosts a book signing for her newly published book – Eco-legacy, a millennium woman's heritage. Dedicated to the people of her hometown Laurel Historic District, Wright hosts this event Oct 6th from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Laurel Gallery, www.laurelgallery.net and privides at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. a brief talk - Laurel, more than a whistle stop. For details, contact 804-672-6804.

Across the Nation, climatic shifts occur. “Challenging,” says Glen Allen, VA based The Wright Scoop –Sylvia Hoehns Wright, “all to CARE – create a legacy of conservation, advocacy, recovery and eco-efficiency - create sustainable urban suburban landscapes, a healthy eco legacy.”

Eco-legacy – a millennium woman’s heritage –
A child of the "tell instead of read me a story’ era, Wright urges all to identify and record their family heritage. In her book, Eco-legacy – a millennium woman’s heritage which is dedicated to the people of her community Laurel Historic District, she invites readers to walk on a path worn smooth by generational expectation. Savor nostalgia for the places that are near and dear to heart, recall family traditions; and perhaps more importantly, renew experiences. Challenging all to celebrate heritage because heritage is more than a possession, it is a gift: the birthright of their children.

Described as “heartfelt” by the Fredericksburg Free Lance Star newspaper, readers of Wright’s life-style writings are advised to read more in the rhythm of a poem and let her essays and poems speak to them. Published in paper print and e-book/i-book formats, Eco-legacy – a millennium woman’s heritage is available at Laurel Gallery at 2805 Hungary Road in Richmond (Henrico) Virginia or through Wright’s LuLu Sylvia’s Store option, http://stores.lulu.com/syhwright

About Wright’s Eco Advocacy –
The present-day caretaker for family generational property, Wright credits the legacy of a rural Virginia agriculture childhood combined with a Quaker lifestyle belief - view self as caretaker, not owner of property: a perspective of providing for present without sacrificing future – as the source of her eco commitment. Recommended by Today’s Garden Center and Washington Gardener magazines and VA Home Grown TV personality Richard Nunnally, Wright’s eco advocacy is described as “Sylvia’s eco advocacy embodies every aspect of the consumer education campaign we hoped to inspire,” says Den Gardner, executive director of Project EverGreen, www.projectevergreen.com. “For, our vision is to be a global organization that empowers people within communities to change society through the responsible creation and preservation of sustainable green spaces, such that the ever-increasing impacts of global warming in the world are measurably reduced; because Green Matters!”

Identified by Landscape Architect magazine as an Industry ‘mover & shaker’, the Wright Scoop – Sylvia Hoehns Wright seeks to inspire people to create an eco-legacy of CARE, a perspective of conservation, accountability, recovery and eco-efficiency – ‘green’ America’s landscape! To ensure ongoing eco commitment for her 7th generational property located in Glen Allen, Virginia, Wright solicited a ‘habitat designation’ and placed a portion of her property under a protective ‘scenic easement’. To learn more about her eco activities acquire a copy of Wright's newly published book Eco-legacy – a millennium woman’s heritage or visit web site www.TheWrightScoop.com or follow Twitter ID, Wright Scoop or Face-book group, The Wright Scoop.

Side Bar – “As an environmentalist and president of the Cornell Douglas foundation, I have been searching for new words to define those of us who advocate for protecting our natural resources for future generations. Wright's word- eco-legacy is perfect: it encourages all of us to recognize that water, land, and air are not expendable luxuries, but critical resources we must sustain in our roles as responsible stewards.” Ann Cornell, President Cornell Douglas Foundation
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