Earth Day 2015 is a day to raise awareness and demonstrate support for our environment. April 22nd 2015 marks the 45th anniversary of this internationally observed event. The EWU Earth Day Fair is open to all EWU students, faculty, outside organizations, staff, and retirees. It is a wonderful opportunity to showcase your sustainable and eco-friendly activities to the campus community. Many came to celebrate Earth Day and see what Eastern Washington University and other organizations are doing to promote sustainability and environmental awareness.
Come to the Campus Mall and the PUB Skirt
Wednesday April 22, 2015 at 10 am to 2 pm
This year's fair and celebration will kick off at 10AM with a ribbon cutting and open house for Eastern Washington University's Recycling Center located on the Northeast side of lot 12. Please join us, our partners, and the EWU Community for our Earth Day celebration on April 22nd 2015 at the open house for the new recycling center and in the Campus Mall. Included in the events is our second recycled art competition, recycled re-usable water bottle giveaway, campus clean up scavenger hunt, and ecological footprint assessment test. We will also be joined by many community members and partners with informational and educational tables to display their sustainable practices.
Learn how you can get Involved! Presentation by Kat Hall, Lands Council From trapping beaver to running outdoor education programs with high school students to planting trees to teaching an environmental literacy curriculum to low-risk Geiger offenders, The Lands Council-a local, non-profit Spokane-based conservation organization-works to protect the forests, water, and wildlife of our beautiful Inland Northwest. Celebrate Earth Day 2014 by learning more about us and hearing about how YOU can get involved! This presentation is sponsored by the EWU Sustainability Committee.
If you are interested in setting up a display for the event or have any questions please feel free to contact Scott Buck at 359-4835 or at email@example.com.
Thank you and don't forget every day is Earth Day!
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