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Sustainability events are happening year-round at UofL!

Date Event
Thursdays through Oct. 30, 2014 Gray Street Farmers’ MarketGray St Farmers Mrkt Logo
Thursdays, 10:30am‒2pm (May 15th to Oct. 30th)
Health Sciences Center, 485 E. Gray St.

With many different vendors at this year's market, you'll find the finest in farm-fresh local products, including prepared lunches and food trucks, plant-based prepared meals, fruits, vegetables, baked & canned goods, granola, popcorn, honey, maple syrup, and more. Access our collection of delicious recipes for local products. Debit cards and SNAP benefits accepted. Easily accessible from Belknap Campus on TARC Route 18 (free with UofL ID) or via a pleasant 15 minute bike ride. Open weekly rain or shine. Watch Vendor Spotlights and recordings of our Monthly 20/20 Talks (a short seminar series on food and sustainability) on the GSFM YouTube Channel! Full details here, contact Market Manager, Melissa Schreck, or follow on Facebook.
Thursdays thru Dec. 2014 UofL Free Store logoUofL Free Store Open for Fall 2014!
Thursdays 11am-3pm in Unitas Tower basement
The UofL Free Store has re-opened with expanded hours for Fall 2014: Thursdays 11am-3pm! The Free Store is open to all students, faculty & staff to "shop" for free clothing, shoes, electronics, small appliances, household items, bath & beauty supplies, books, school & art supplies, non-perishable food, and more. Clean donated items of all kinds are always welcome! The Free Store is intended to keep useful items out of the landfill and to aid the needy. It is a volunteer-powered initiative of UofL's Sustainability Council and the student environmental organization, Group Recycling And Sustainable Solutions (GRASS).
Thursdays through Oct. 16, 2014 UofL Belknap Farmers' Market Thursdays, 3:30-6:30pm (May 29th to Oct. 16th)UofL Belknap Farmers’ Market
Thursdays, 3:30-6:00pm (May 29th to Oct. 16th)
At 3rd St & Brandeis Ave in front of The Ville Grill

UofL's new Farmers' Market on Belknap Campus features farm-fresh local products, including fruits, vegetables, eggs, meats, baked goods, honey, popcorn, canned goods, candy, crafts, bottled teas, non-toxic home & body care products, and more. The Office of Health Promotion and Get Healthy Now will also be on hand to provide healthy local food samples, cooking demos, and health tips. Open weekly, rain or shine! Email comments/questions. Follow us on Facebook
Oct. 3, 2014 Campus Tree Advisory Committee - Fall 2014 Meeting
Friday, Oct. 3rd, 9:00-10:30am in Ekstrom Library, Room W210
The Campus Tree Advisory Committee is open to all students, employees, and community members interested in helping UofL protect and expand its tree population on campus! We meet once a semester, so please join us! We have much to discuss and plan for! The agenda includes:
  • Update of recent tree plantings, removals and maintenance plan
  • Planning for 2014 tree-related Service Learning Projects
  • Finalize plans for 2014 UofL Arbor Day Observance & Tree Planting (Tuesday, Oct. 21st 11am-2pm, SAC West Lawn)
  • Revising UofL's Campus Tree Care Plan to include measurable Goals & Targets
  • Updates/Maintenance of Belknap Tree Tour
  • Update on Campus Tree Survey & UofL Tree App
  • Tree Campus USA status and reporting review
Oct. 3, 2014 IF Nature 2014 (workshop free for UofL attendees!)
Friday, Oct. 3rd, 9am - 1pm, Muhammad Ali Center (144 N. Sixth St.)

The Nature Conservancy's Kentucky Chapter is hosting IF Nature, part of IdeaFestival ®, when an eclectic mix of global thinkers and one-of-a-kind innovators descend upon Louisville to explore and discuss topics impacting and shaping the future of the arts, business, technology, design, science, philosophy and education. The workshop, which focuses on cutting-edge conservation issues, will include the following sessions. Register here!

Investing in Resilient Cities
Speaker: Tony Arnold, UofL Associate Dean and Professor of Law

In this talk, Tony Arnold will introduce an innovative idea for convening business leaders, government officials, professionals, academics, environmentalists and members of the public to develop creative urban conservation and urban resilience policies that will help urban areas stand up to the ecological and economic challenges of our time.

Natural Capital
Speaker: Jennifer Molnar, Director of Science at The Nature Conservancy

Jennifer Molnar’s presentation will draw on case studies to highlight how applying conservation science and tools in the business context can benefit both nature and corporate profits. She illustrates how good data highlighting the value of protecting nature can improve decision-making, enhance long-term sustainability and improve critical services provided to customers and the general public.

Corporate Sustainability
Speaker: John Gagel, Corporate Manager of Sustainability, Lexmark International

John Gagel’s presentation will highlight Lexmark International's sustainability and corporate social responsibility initiatives at a global and local level. The discussion will summarize the challenge and benefits of Lexmark's ongoing journey as a thought and action leader in sustainability and corporate social responsibility.
Oct. 3 to Nov. 1 2014 Deep Ecology: New Work by Ying Kit Chan
Oct. 3rd - Nov. 31st at UofL's Hite Art Institute - Cressman Center for Visual Arts (100 E Main St)
Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Friday 11am–6pm; Saturday 11am-3pm
Opening Reception: Oct. 3rd 4:30-6:30pm; Gallery Talk: Thursday, Oct. 16th at 6pm

UofL's Hite Art Institute is pleased to present Deep Ecology: New Work by Ying Kit Chan. The exhibition will open to the public October 3, 2014 coinciding with the First Friday Trolley Hop. This faculty project signifies a new conceptual development in Ying Kit Chan’s more than three decades of art making. The exhibition title is a direct reference to the writings of contemporary environmental movement, which celebrates the richness and diversity of all life forms. The works on display include images of deteriorating industrial landscapes and environmental disasters alongside plant life, revealing the artist’s understanding of the built environment and the natural world as a volatile system compelled to evolve cohesively.
This turn towards a holistic interpretation of the dynamic relationship between humankind and the environment is organized by his effort as a translator of ideas and language. Chan translates ecological comments written by John Muir, Henry Thoreau, Rachel Carson into Chinese, and excerpts Taoist and Buddhist philosophical texts. The manifestation of this process in the forms of acrylic drawings, mono-prints, photography and mixed media, declare his commitment to intellectual inquiry and the creation of paths to knowledge that evolve through the expression, transmission, interpretation and re-interpretation of ideas and perceptions. The majority of work in Deep Ecology was produced during Chan’s sabbatical from UofL, where he is Chair of the Department of Fine Arts. This project was funded in part by an Intramural Research Incentive Grant (IRIG) from the Office of the Executive Vice President for Research and Innovation at UofL. All Hite Art Institute events are free and open to the public. Information about the Hite Art Institute online or call (502) 852-6794.
Oct. 9, 2014 Storytelling, Cancer and Compassion: A Duet Talk and Conversation
Thursday, Oct. 9th at 11am in Ekstrom Library's Chao Auditorium
A novelist and a scientist will combine their expertise for this event featuring Cornell University couple Helena Viramontes, English professor and award-winning author, and Eloy Rodriguez, professor of environmental studies. They will discuss how storytelling is universal among cultures and over time as well as being the conduit across generations for scientific and medicinal information. Rodriguez has been director of the National Chicano Council for Higher Education’s science fellowship program and founder of the organization Kids Investigating and Discovering Science. His research interests include plant biology, chemical ecology, medicinal chemistry and environmental toxicology. The event kicks off a discussion series that inaugurates the chemistry department’s Targeting Excellence: Hispanic-Latino Student Initiative, including campus visits by prominent Hispanic-Latino scientists and writers.
Oct. 11, 2014
Louisville Solar TourLouisville Solar Tour, Oct. 11, 2014
Saturday, October 11th 10am-3pm. Various sites.
UofL will host tour sites along with UofL employees and students who live in solar-powered homes. We'll open our doors to give you a glimpse of our renewable energy future! Throughout the afternoon, you can tour dozens of different homes and institutions featuring a variety of solar technologies. The tour can be experienced in groups by bus, bike or as a self-guided tour. Group tours leave at noon from the corner of Breckinridge & Barret. This annual event provides real-life examples of how families and businesses are harnessing free energy from the sun in the River City to generate electricity, warm and cool their homes, heat water and slash monthly utility bills.
Oct. 14, 2014 The War on Poverty (50 Years Later) and Resilient Communities
Tuesday, Oct. 14th at noon in Room 275 of the Brandeis School of Law (Wyatt Hall)
Launched in 1964 with a visit by President Lyndon B. Johnson to Inez, KY, the War on Poverty was one of our nation’s most ambitious initiatives. In the past 50 years, it has had both critics and supporters, both failures and successes. In framing poverty as something to be fought and defeated, though, our policies have failed to focus on building resilience and adaptive capacity among low-income communities, which are affected by their natural and physical environments and land use patterns. This year's Boehl Distinguished Lecture in Land Use Policy will be given by UofL Professor Tony Arnold, the inaugural holder of the Boehl Chair in Property and Land Use. Tony is among the nation’s leading experts on social-ecological resilience and governance institutions, and he has worked with low-income urban and rural communities throughout his life. This annual lecture is free and open to the public (no RSVP) and includes a light lunch; attendees should bring their own drinks, utensils and plates to help reduce waste. The Boehl Distinguished Lecture Series in Land Use Policy is sponsored by the Herbert Boehl Fund and the Kentucky Research Challenge Trust Fund, and co-sponsored by the Center for Land Use & Environmental Responsibility, Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research, Sustainability Scholars Roundtable, and Environmental Law & Land Use Society.
Oct. 14, 2014 Garden Commons Workday & Harvest!
Tuesday, Oct. 14th, 5-6pm at Cultural Center
Interested in health, sustainability, good food, and growing things?! We need your help to make our garden grow! Please join us as we weed, water, and harvest from UofL's organic Garden Commons! No prior experience necessary. Tools and gloves provided. Dress to get dirty. The Garden Commons is open to participation throughout the year from students, staff, faculty, and community members. Everyone who comes is welcome to fresh-picked fruit, veggies, mint, herbs, and whatever else is ready for harvest! Connect with us on Facebook
Oct. 20-26, 2014 UofL Sustainability Week! Oct. 20-26, 2014
A full week of events to celebrate and raise awareness! Details are being finalized, but events will include:
If you're interested in scheduling an event during UofL Sustainability Week, please contact Sustainability Coordinator Justin Mog!
Oct. 20, 2014 Weigh the Waste
Monday, Oct. 20th 11am-2pm at The Ville Grill

This is the dirty story of what’s left on your plate. At UofL’s all-you-care-to-eat dining hall, The Ville Grill, patrons' plates are normally scraped behind the scenes in the dish room, with all scraps being sent to compost, not to the landfill.  Today, behind the scenes action takes center stage as we raise awareness on what you can do to reduce waste in everyday aspects of your life.
Oct. 20, 2014 Campus Sustainability Tour
Monday, Oct. 20th 2:00-3:30pm
Leaves from Garden Commons at the Cultural Center
Join us for a Belknap Campus Sustainability Walking Tour and discover some of the many hidden green gems of campus while getting an inside view of what UofL is doing to incorporate environmental, social, and economic responsibility into everything we do. This dynamic and engaging tour will provide you with an introduction to the basic principles of sustainability and how to apply them in your life on campus and at home. You'll learn a wide variety of practical tips that you can use to help UofL shift our culture towards become better stewards of the environment while saving money and helping build a brighter tomorrow for society. Attendees will better understand UofL's commitment to sustainability and learn how each step we take contributes to big results for us individually, for the university, and for the broader community. All are welcome and UofL employees can get professional development credit! Employees seeking professional development credit should register here.
Oct. 21, 2014 Campus Arbor Day Observance & Tree Planting
Tuesday, Oct. 21st 11am-2pm, SAC West Lawn

Join us in the shade for a celebration of UofL’s on-going commitment to trees! Sample some of the food, music, clean air, and other treats that come to us because we plant and care for trees.
Oct. 22, 2014 Campus Sustainability Day
Wednesday, October 22nd 10am-2pm Humanities Quad
  • Join us for the 7th annual celebration of all things sustainable at UofL and in our community! Learn what campus and community groups are doing to create a sustainable revolution. Sign-up to get involved and leave with some green freebies, great information, and a smile on your face! Connect with us on Facebook!
  • Learn about all of UofL's Transportation Alternatives and get hands-on, personalized guidance in how to use UofL's Bike Fix-It Stations! Bring your bike for a tune-up!
  • Shred-It will offer free shredding and recycling of documents, video tapes, and computer diskettes from their truck in the circle in front of the College of Business 10am - 2pm.
  • UofL's event will be part of the national celebration of Campus Sustainability Day.
Oct. 24, 2014 4th Annual Dialogue on Diversity Conference
Friday, Oct. 24th 8am-3pm at UofL's Shelby Campus
The purpose of the Dialogue on Diversity Conference is to construct a space where participants can engage in thoughtful and instructive conversations about the relevance and role of diversity in the fields of business, education, media, health, politics and religion. The conference workshops will focus on three primary issues: (1) an overview of diversity in education, media, business, health, religion and politics; (2) best practices and current research in diversity; and (3) diversity-based techniques that can be utilized in the workplace. We invite members of the Kentucky community and surrounding areas to attend the conference and actively engage in purposeful and meaningful discourse about the pragmatic and theoretical aspects of diversity. Sponsors: BDNKY, Inc. & Norton HealthCare. Questions? If Contact: David Owen david.owen@louisville.edu, 502.852.0458. Registration and full details here.
Oct. 24, 2014 EcoReps Lunch & Learn Workshop
Friday, Oct. 24th at Noon, Ekstrom W210
The Sustainability Council’s
EcoReps program is designed to move students, faculty & staff beyond talk to action for a more sustainable UofL! We provide basic training & resources, service opportunities, and certification as a point-person & peer-to-peer advocate for sustainability. This fall we'll continue our monthly series of EcoReps Workshops featuring a  free vegetarian lunch at noon on Fridays in Ekstrom Library, Room W210 on Sept. 19th, Oct. 24th, and Nov. 21st. Topics TBA! Please join us to learn more about sustainability and each other, whether you’re a recycler, avid bike commuter, local foodie, or social justice advocate! More info and sign-up form on EcoReps website.
Oct. 24, 2014 Garden Commons Meeting, Workday & Harvest!
Friday, Oct. 24th, 4-5pm Meeting in Cultural Center Multi-purpose Room; 5-6pm Workday outside
Interested in health, sustainability, good food, and growing things?! We need your help to make our garden grow! Please join us as we weed, water, and harvest from UofL's organic Garden Commons! No prior experience necessary. Tools and gloves provided. Dress to get dirty. The Garden Commons is open to participation throughout the year from students, staff, faculty, and community members. Everyone who comes is welcome to fresh-picked fruit, veggies, mint, herbs, and whatever else is ready for harvest! Connect with us on Facebook
Oct. 24, 2014 Farm To Table DinnerFarm to Table Dinner
Friday, Oct. 24th 7pm at The Ville Grill patio

Cost: $27 (UofL Students may use 3 Meal Swipes or Flex Points) Tickets Here.
In conjunction with Bluegrass Bioneers, we invite you to join us for a first-class culinary experience that you can access with your campus meal plan! Dinner will consist of a unique menu, made from scratch by expert chefs using local, farm fresh ingredients. The meal will be served by friendly waiters on elegantly set tables in a heated tent for your comfort. Students, staff, faculty and the entire community are welcome! Reserve Tickets Here. Connect with us on Facebook
Oct. 24, 2014 Braden Sedition Trial Reenactment
Friday, Oct. 24th 7pm at Brandeis School of Law Allen Court Room

In May 1954, Andrew and Charlotte Wade, an African-American couple, moved into a home in an all-white Louisville neighborhood that was purchased for them by Anne and Carl Braden. Segregationists would harass the Wades for weeks, ultimately dynamiting the home on a night the family happened to be away. In the months that followed, the Bradens and five other activists were accused of planning the purchase and the bombing as part of a communist plot to destabilize race relations and overtake the government of Kentucky. They were arrested and tried for sedition. The Wades would never again occupy their home.
On October 24, we will perform in the Brandeis School of Law’s Mock Trial Courtroom to commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the sedition trial of Carl Braden, and the events leading up to it. Directed by UofL Theatre Arts Professor Amy Steiger, the play will present the Wades’ and Bradens’ stories and connect them to current situations surrounding race, housing, and media representation.
Oct. 24-26, 2014 Bluegrass Bioneers: Global Inspiration Meets Local Innovation (Oct. 24-26, 2014)  FacebookBluegrass Bioneers logo
Friday, Oct. 24th at UofL (Humanities 100 & Ville Gill patio)
Saturday, Oct. 25th at JCTC
Sunday, Oct. 26th at Bellarmine
  • In partnership with the annual National Bioneers Conference and the Center for Interfaith Relations, this year's Bluegrass Bioneers pairs compelling national Bioneers presentations with local experts and projects. Interspersed with world-renowned thought-leaders delivered from the national conference, we will be hosting live keynotes and presentations spotlighting exceptional local initiatives.
  • Bluegrass Bioneers will be held over three days at three different schools:
    Oct. 24th at UofL (capping off UofL Sustainability Week) - join us at 7pm for our Farm to Table Dinner
    Oct. 25th at Jefferson Community & Technical College (featuring a Re-skilling Fair)
    Oct. 26th at Bellarmine University (in conjunction with their Pete Seeger activism event "For Pete's Sake").
  • Featured events include: local farm to table dinners, a re-skilling fair, facilitated group discussions, live entertainment, and the Really, Really Free Market (10/25/14 Noon-3pm at JCTC).
  • Themes to be explored include: Compassion, Culture, & Eco-Justice, Food & Farming, Women's Leadership, Youth Leadership, Ecological Design, Eco-Nomics, and Art & Performance.
  • This year's pre-recorded national speakers include: Naomi Klein, Eve Ensler, Paul Stamets, Wallace "J." Nichols, John Warner, Severine von Tscharner Fleming, John A. Powell, Manuel Pastor, and Terry Tempest Williams.
  • Full details available at the Bluegrass Bioneers webpage
Oct. 31, 2014 Farm2Campus 2014: Connecting Farms to College Campuses
Friday, Oct. 31st 8am-5pm at JCTC (2nd & Broadway)

This gathering, hosted by Louisville Farm to Table and co-sponsored by UofL, is for university students, administrators, sustainability coordinators, dining service managers, chefs and concerned individuals. Topics will include:
• Real Food Challenge Food Calculator 101
• Easy steps to find and use local food
• Forming effective coalitions
• Tutorial on pricing app to help you for comparing local vs conventional
• Marketing food to students
• The present and future of local food on campus
Registration & Full Details here.   #Farm2Campus2014
Nov. 1, 2014 Ali's Louisville? Making a Compassionate City III: City-Wide Youth Forum
Saturday, Nov. 1st, Noon-3pm, Hotel Louisville (120 W Broadway)

UofL's Muhammad Ali Institute for Peace and Justice will again gather people from a wide range of life experiences and perspectives to grapple with operationalizing compassion in the city. This is the third year of the Institute’s leadership around the inclusion of all voices in Louisville’s Compassionate City movement. This year we will focus on youth access and opportunity by hosting two conversations. Session I will be a youth forum to allow our youth the space to voice their concerns and begin to develop their own solutions. The space will be reserved for youth and their voices, if you would like to participate or know youth who would like to have their voices heard please register here. Contact: Mikal Forbush (502)852-1493.
Nov. 4, 2014 Garden Commons Workday & Harvest!
Tuesday, Nov. 4th, 5-6pm at Cultural Center
Interested in health, sustainability, good food, and growing things?! We need your help to make our garden grow! Please join us as we weed, water, and harvest from UofL's organic Garden Commons! No prior experience necessary. Tools and gloves provided. Dress to get dirty. The Garden Commons is open to participation throughout the year from students, staff, faculty, and community members. Everyone who comes is welcome to fresh-picked fruit, veggies, mint, herbs, and whatever else is ready for harvest! Connect with us on Facebook
Nov. 6, 2014 Ali's Louisville? Making a Compassionate City III: Intergenerational Conversation
Thursday, Nov. 6th, 6-9pm, SAC

UofL's Muhammad Ali Institute for Peace and Justice will again gather people from a wide range of life experiences and perspectives to grapple with operationalizing compassion in the city. This is the third year of the Institute’s leadership around the inclusion of all voices in Louisville’s Compassionate City movement. This year we will focus on youth access and opportunity by hosting two conversations. Session II will be an intergenerational conversation that will bring university and community members together to identify issues and start the process of finding solutions to issues raised during discussion. Contact: Mikal Forbush (502)852-1493. Register here.
Nov. 11, 2014 Research Meets Activism Breakfast
Tuesday, Nov. 11th, 9am, location TBA
The Research Meets Activism Breakfast provides a venue to community activists and university researchers to discuss their respective work and how they help each other. Hosted by UofL's Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research.
Nov. 11, 2014 From Freedom Summer to Ferguson: Why we need a new culture of belonging
2014 Anne Braden Memorial Lecture: john a. powell

john a. powellTuesday, Nov. 11th, 5:30pm, Playhouse (1911 S. 3rd)
The 8th annual Anne Braden Memorial Lecture in U.S. civil rights movement history will feature Dr. john a. powell, an internationally recognized expert in the areas of civil rights and civil liberties and a wide range of issues including race, structural racism, ethnicity, housing, poverty, and democracy. He is the Executive Director of the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society, which supports research to generate specific prescriptions for changes in policy and practice that address disparities related to race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, disability, and socioeconomics in California and nationwide. Hosted by UofL's Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research. For more information, visit anne-braden.org.
Nov. 14-16, 2014 Campus-Community Partnerships for Sustainability Conference
November 14-16, 2014 at Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green
Western Kentucky University will host the 7th (semi-)annual Campus-Community Partnerships for Sustainability conference! Mark your calendars for Kentucky's biggest gathering of students, faculty, and staff interested in campus sustainability! UofL will be well-represented at the conference which will feature a Student Summit; Green Career Panel; Farm Elegant Dinner; Engaging Sessions; and Keynote Speaker: Mitchell Thomashow of Second Nature. Full details here.
Nov. 21, 2014 EcoReps Lunch & Learn Workshop
Friday, Nov. 21st at Noon, Ekstrom W210
The Sustainability Council’s
EcoReps program is designed to move students, faculty & staff beyond talk to action for a more sustainable UofL! We provide basic training & resources, service opportunities, and certification as a point-person & peer-to-peer advocate for sustainability. This fall we'll continue our monthly series of EcoReps Workshops featuring a  free vegetarian lunch at noon on Fridays in Ekstrom Library, Room W210 on Sept. 19th, Oct. 24th, and Nov. 21st. Topics TBA! Please join us to learn more about sustainability and each other, whether you’re a recycler, avid bike commuter, local foodie, or social justice advocate! More info and sign-up form on EcoReps website.
Nov. 21, 2014 Garden Commons Meeting, Workday & Harvest!
Friday, Nov. 21st, 4-5pm Meeting in Cultural Center Multi-purpose Room; 5-6pm Workday outside
Interested in health, sustainability, good food, and growing things?! We need your help to make our garden grow! Please join us as we weed, water, and harvest from UofL's organic Garden Commons! No prior experience necessary. Tools and gloves provided. Dress to get dirty. The Garden Commons is open to participation throughout the year from students, staff, faculty, and community members. Everyone who comes is welcome to fresh-picked fruit, veggies, mint, herbs, and whatever else is ready for harvest! Connect with us on Facebook
Fall 2014 Partnership For A Green City - Celebrating 10 Years in LouisvillePartnership for a Green City 10 Year Anniversary Celebration
DATE TBA at NUCLEUS on Haymarket (300 E Market St)
Please join the Partnership for a Green City’s Leaders from UofL, JCTC, JCPS, and Metro Government for our Anniversary Celebration as they reaffirm their commitment to our sustainability collaboration and our move toward a behavior change model! Presenting our achievements, a five-year update of the Climate Action Report, STARS programs, expectations and refreshments.
March 26, 2015 Gottschalk Lecture: Dr. Chad Montrie on Appalachian Environmental History
Thursday, March 26th time and location TBA

The History Department's spring 2015 Gottschalk Lecture will feature Dr. Chad Montrie speaking on Appalachian Environmental History including coal mining and mountain top removal. This lecture will be presented in part as a tribute to UofL History professor, John Cumbler, who is retiring and who was Montrie's advisor when he was a UofL student.
  • Meeting times for the Sustainability Council and its Committees are available here:
  • The Sustainability Council's anchor event each fall is Campus Sustainability Day in mid-October:

 

 


 

 

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