Have you been enjoying the edible food forest on campus? Ever thought, “Hey, how could I contribute and help keep this garden sustainable?” Well, today is your lucky day, because we have a whole week where you can find out how to give back to your planet, and more specifically to Cascadia’s Cornucopia!
First of all, Earth Week 2016 is going to be a week long celebration (April 18-22) of information and activities that will grow your relationship with this planet we call home. With over a dozen events designed for Earth Week, you can find the best way for you to engage – film screenings, information fairs, becoming an activist, sustainability tours, tree plantings, and so much more. There will be literally something for everyone!
For a detailed schedule, please visit our Earth Week 2016 event page.
We’d like to highlight the Vegetable Planting in the Food Forest taking place on Thursday, April 21 from 12pm-3:30pm. Help our Organic Landcare gardeners plant some new vegetables that will soon be available for your consumption!
We encourage you to participate in one, two or all of the activities taking place next week and help make an impact in your campus community!