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Green Week

SEA members Rosa Perlman ’13, Melissa Potts ’14, Bridget Samp ’14, and Stefani Spence ’15 kick off Green Week in the Community Garden.

University of Redlands students go green

Feb. 14, 2012—University of Redlands’ SEA club (Students for Environmental Action) is hosting “Green Week”, a week of environmental awareness and action, Feb. 19-23. Students and the general public are invited to participate in an array of environmentally friendly events and activities. 

Sunday, Feb. 19

  • Gardening, planting, weeding and cleaning the sustainable garden on campus.
    1 p.m.—Brockton Community Garden

Monday, Feb. 20

  • An evening of mixers, food and an environmental guest speaker. All Environmental Studies majors, faculty and anyone else interested are encouraged to attend.
    6 p.m.—Merriam Hall
  • ­Food waste collection at dinner; a comparison of food waste with trays versus without trays.
    4:30 to 7 p.m.—The Irvine Commons

Tuesday, Feb. 21

  • Tray-less Tuesday. The trays will be taken away at dinner to promote saving water, energy, and wasted food.
    4:30 to 7 p.m.—The Irvine Commons
  • Food waste collection at dinner; a comparison of food waste with trays versus without trays.
    4:30 to 7 p.m.—The Irvine Commons

Wednesday, Feb. 22

  • Film screening
    8 p.m.—1st Floor of Hunsaker

Thursday, Feb. 23

  • Green arts and crafts on Lewis Lawn
    4 to 6 p.m. Lewis Lawn
  • Greenapalooza, a live benefit concert featuring musicians, Brian Wright, Fiona Wilhelm, and other campus and local bands. All proceeds will go to the Clean Water Fund.
    9 p.m. to midnight—Lewis Brown Amphitheatre  

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