Earth Week educates students and the community about global environmental issues. These events will bring awareness of CSUN's sustainable initiatives to everyone. In collaboration with CSUN Dining, Institute for Sustainability, and Associated Students, CSUN is proud to bring you the first annual Earth Week!
Future Currents: LA River
April 5th, 11-3, The Younes and Soraya Nazarian Center for Performing Arts
Kicking off Earth Week this year is Future Currents: LA River
A collaboration between students of the Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and
Movie Night Monday
April 8th, 7-9:30 PM, Housing
Join AS Productions and RHA for a FREE outdoor screening of Aquaman.
Tasty Tuesday & Cal Fresh Outreach Day at the Farmers Market
April 9th, 10-2, Matador Square
Be sure to stop by and check out a tasty recipe presented by the Marilyn Magaram Center and CSUN Dining. Stop by the Wellness Garden located by Sequoia Hall for a workshop by the Let's Grow Healthy team!
Cal Fresh Day
CSUN is one of 40 California University or college campuses participating in the CalFresh Outreach grant contract through the Center for Healthy Communities (CHC) at Chico State to fund outreach and application assistance efforts targeting students. CalFresh is a nutrition assistance program that helps low-income individuals and families buy the food they need. CalFresh is the California name of the USDA-funded Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).
Walkability Wednesday - Sustainability Edition
April 10th, 12-12:45, Santa Susana 115
Walkability Wednesday is a 45 minute long, themed, walking workshop, that is hosted by the Institute for Community Health and Wellbeing. On 4/10, in celebration of Earth Week here at CSUN, Walkability will be led by The Institute for Sustainability.
Earth Fair: Trashpocolypse
April 11th, 10-3 PM, Bayramian Lawn
Earth Fair is an annual event hosted by Associated Student Productions that celebrate Earth Day. The ultimate goal of Earth Fair is to educate students in interactive and innovative ways about how to sustain and care for our planet Earth. Each year the theme is changed to capture attention and focus the event on the prominent environmental issues facing our society. The largest component of Earth Fair is the 30 to 40 on-campus, local, and outside vendors that are relevant to the Earth Fair theme and impact student learning. Local and outside vendors show students that goods and services that consumers buy everyday can be bought from companies that have less of a carbon footprint. CSUN departments and auxiliaries provide students the opportunity to learn about the sustainable developments the campus has implemented in day to day activities.