Throughout Earthfest week

New this year: go deeper with Earthfest+ sessions!

Hosted by various partners, these sessions offer you the opportunity to get more involved, do something hands-on, meet new people, and more!

Bicycle Fix-It Workshop
Hosted by Common Cycle
Tuesday 9/21 at 10 am
Common Cycle, 416 W Huron St #11

Huron River Clean-Up
Hosted by Huron River Watershed Council
Thursday 9/23 from 4-6 pm
Gallup Park Livery

Planet Blue Ambassador Training
Hosted by the Planet Blue Ambassador Program
Thursday 9/23 from 5-6 pm
Graham Sustainability Institute North

Stewardship Workday
Hosted by the City of Ann Arbor Natural Area Preservation
Saturday 9/25 from 9 am – noon
Cedar Bend Nature Area, 1450 Island Dr, Ann Arbor

Campus Cleanup
Hosted by Campus Conservation Corps
Sunday 9/26 11 am – 3 pm
Meet at the Cube behind LSA

Hosted by the U-M Sustainable Food Program and the Campus Farm
Sunday 9/26 from 1-4 pm
Campus Farm

Paint-a-Pot Planting Event
Hosted by Psych 120 Sustainability Class
Wednesday 9/29 3-4:30 pm (sign up for a slot above)
On the Diag lawn in front of Weiser/Dennison

Bicycle Fix-It Workshop
Hosted by Common Cycle
Thursday 9/30 at 10 am
Common Cycle, 416 W Huron St #11

Tree Pruning Workshop
Hosted by Grounds Services
Thursday 9/30 at 10 am
Square raised planter on north side of Shapiro Library

As a Tree Campus USA member, U-M commits to promote tree health and maintenance, as well as increase its urban tree canopy. Join campus foresters for a tree pruning workshop on the techniques necessary to foster a healthy campus forest for the future.

Zero Waste Event Training
Hosted by the Office of Campus Sustainability

Are you interested in learning how to host more sustainable events on campus? Want to know what free resources are available to you to help reduce waste at events? Have questions on “where to throw” different materials generated at your events or meetings? If yes, please join one of these Zero Waste Event Trainings or email to schedule a training for your student org or department.

Click the links above to add a session to your Google calendar. All sessions can also be reached at the appropriate time with this Zoom link:

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