Earth Day Celebration
|Date/Time:||Friday, 22 Apr 2022 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm|
|Location:||South Library Lawn|
|Contact:||Ashley Kleve and Valentine Chenus|
|Channel:||Live Green Submissions|
|Actions:||Download iCal/vCal | Email Reminder|
ISU will celebrate Earth Day on April 22, from 10am-2:00pm, on the South Library Lawn. This year's theme, "I'm With Her: Our Planet. Our Home. Everyone Needed", aligns with that of the Earth Day Network in reminding of the committed investment needed from us all toward a sustainable future. ISU's celebration will feature interactive "Stay and Create" or "Take and Create" activities, the opportunity to earn sustainably-minded, greener-living prizes, Insomnia cookies and fruit-infused water, music from KURE, yard games from Outdoor Recreation, and the opportunity to learn from and network with representatives from campus and community organizations - committed to environmental, economic and social sustainability through missions, goals and initiatives.
Don't Forget!! A non-perishable donation to The SHOP (campus student food pantry), your bike for a free mini check-over from Bike World and your reusable water bottle or mug for fruit-infused water (you can also earn one at the event).
ISU's Earth Day Celebration is sponsored by the Office of Sustainability and assisted by fabulous ISU student volunteers.
Participating Organizations Include:
88.5 KURE Ames Alternative, Ames Campus Lions Club, Bike World, Campus Recreation - Adventure Program (formally Outdoor Rec), Cherry Glenn Water Mitigation Farm, City of Ames, Climate Reality Campus Corps, Culinary Science Club, Dance Marathon, Engineers for a Sustainable World, Engineers Without Borders, Environmental Education Club, Forestry Club at Iowa State University, Good Earth Student Farm, Graduate Society of Women Engineers, Horticulture Club, Iowa Waste Exchange, Jax Outdoor Gear, Multicultural Business Network, PrISUm Solar Car, Students Helping Our Peers (SHOP), Sustainable Agriculture Student Association (SASA), Veterinarians without Borders and Womxn* in Pre-Law