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Earth Week

April 16 - 22, 2018

 

Week Long Art Installations and Events

  • Extinct Species Graveyard by the Gazebo

Monday, 4/16

  • Plant giveaway in the College Union - All Day!  Sign up for Earth Week events and get a free plants!

 

Tuesday, 4/17

  • Dumpster Dive (1-3pm, College Union Patio) - Does sorting your waste really make a difference?  Join GEO as they take landfill waste from different buildings around campus and sort it into recyclable and compostable materials to reduce landfill waste.

Earth Week - April 16th-22nd with Geneseo Environmental Organization

Wednesday, 4/18
  • Earth Week Symposium (2:30 pm - 3:30 pm in the College Union Hunt Room) - join panelists Co-Chair of the President's Commission on Sustainability Dr. Meg Reitz, Anthropology Professor Barbara Welker, Director of Sustainability Dan DeZarn, and Physics Professor Steve Padalino discuss their efforts to increase sustainability.
  • Earth Week Trivia (3:30 pm - 4:30 pm in the College Union Hunt Room) - Answer sustainability questions and win prizes!
  • Vegan Dinner Series - Zero Waste Edition (6:00 pm - 8:00 pm in Food Studio North) - join CAS as they prepare a 4-course vegan meal behind Chef's Table.  Tickets are $25 per person and can be purchased online through CAS online purhcasing

 

Thursday, 4/19

  • Essential Oils Workshop (5:00 pm - 6:30 pm in Bailey 203) - Learn how to use essential oils to replace everyday household and self-care items.  Tickets will be sold for $10 to cover the cost of materials.

 

Friday, 4/20

  • Carbon Free Concert (6:00 pm - 7:30 pm, outside the ISC) - Come watch student musicians perform without the use of electricity!

Friday 4/20 - Sunday 4/22

  • FORCES Camping Trip in Letchworth State Park!  More information and sign up information is on the google form.

 

Sunday, 4/22

  • Tree Planting and Clean Up in the Arboretum (10:00 am, meet at the entrance to the Roemer J. Arboretum on south side) - Join Biology Professor and Chair of the Arboretum, Dr. Jenny Apple, to plant native tree species in the arboretum and learn about invasive species and help clean up the trails.  Please use this google form to register for the event.