Turning over a new leaf
- Six Artists & Photographers in Yosemite, a presentation by Gary Noy (V-221, 3:30-4:50pm)
- A local rancher’s take on sustainable agriculture, a presentation by Dan Macon (S-111, 9:30-11:50am)
- NCC Science Series: Big Changes for a Traditional Culture: Colonizing the Lower Yuba Watershed 1821-1851. (NCC Campus N12-Mulitpurpose Center, 6:30-7:30pm)
- Nature Journaling Activity with Janice Kelley (meet at V-221, 3:30pm, and be prepared to go outside)
- Earth Day Festival: Turning Over a New Leaf, 9:30am-3:00pm, Rocklin Campus Center & Cafeteria
- Climbing wall, presentations, posters, demonstrations, booths, music, artwork, and activities by Student Clubs, Classes, Service Organizations, Environmentally-Friendly Businesses, and more.
- Plant sale, earth-friendly products, T-shirts with original artwork by Joe Medeiros, great food, and other items for sale.
- Reduce. Reuse. Reread: Friends of the Library used book sale. 9am-3pm. Library, 2nd Floor Lobby
- Seeds of Change: Environmental and Food Justice from the Grassroots, a presentation and discussion, 4-5:30pm, Cross Cultural Center Lounge (K-1A)
- NCC Earth Day Celebration: Honoring Mother Earth – humanity’s only home 10am-3pm, NCC Campus N4 Bell Tower
- John Muir Among the Animals, a one-man play by acclaimed actor Lee Stetson, 7:30-9:30pm, Dietrich Theatre. $15 General Admission, $10 Museum Members/Seniors (65+)/Students
Saturday 4/22 (Earth Day):
- March for Science, 10am-4pm, State Capitol in Sacramento
Friday, April 21
Beyond Earth Week, Friday 4/28:
- Forever Muir: A evening with Robert Hanna, the great-great-grandson of John Muir, 7:30-9:30pm, Dietrich Theatre. $15 General Admission, $10 Museum Members/Seniors (65+)/Students
Contact Krissy Gilbert, firstname.lastname@example.org
ECOS helps with Earth Day every spring.
Clubs interested in participating can get more information at the Campus Life Office (J7, next to cafeteria).
Service organizations and vendors interested in participating should fill out and return an application.