|Date/Time:||Tuesday, 01 Mar 2016 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm|
|Location:||Memorial Union Great Hall|
|Categories:||Arts, performances Live Green Student activities|
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Sustainapalooza is a companion event to the annual Symposium on Sustainability offering a very interactive and activities-based opportunity to increase awareness and engagement in sustainability initiatives, events, and opportunities on campus and in the Ames community.
The event includes a sustainability poster session (highlighting campus and community initiatives, accomplishments, and opportunities related to sustainability and living (and working) green, four interactive Green it Yourself (GIY) Centers (featuring topics of green cleaning, clothing mending and repair, breakfast on the go and clothing swap and trade)and sustainability-themed giveaway items.
**If you did not donate items for the clothing swap and trade, you can still participate by bringing two non-perishable food items or a $2 donation for The SHOP student food pantry for each "swap".
Sustainapalooza will be preceded by a public lecture by Dr. David W. Orr on Monday, February 29. The presentation of the 2015 Live Green Awards for Excellence in Sustainability and a public screening of the documentary, "Racing Extinction" follow Sustainapalooza and conclude the 2016 Symposium on Sustainability.
This is a collaborative event sponsored by The Green Umbrella student organization and the Office of Sustainability.