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Fall ENVR seminars

ENVR Studies departmental events:

Wednesday April 20, Nanticoke Room, 7-8 pm. 1 in 7.3 Billion Project Showcase Come talk with ENVR 102 students about their 1 in 7.3 Billion projects, for which they reduced their environmental footprint for a month (going vegetarian, driving less, saving electricity, cutting down on water use, etc) and quantified what would happen if everyone changed the same behaviors.

Community Activities:

Monday April 18: Recycled Dog toy Workshop  Location: Red Square, 12-4. Take old t-shirts and transform them into dog toys to be donated to the Wicomico and Talbot county Humane societies! Workshop will be led by Abigail Stringham astringham1@gulls.salisbury.edu and Jayne Clark jclark8@gulls.salisbury.edu The table will also serve as a drop off point for  supplies or donations for the Wicomico Humane Society to help with their recent influx of puppy mill rescues.  

Tuesday April 19: Environmental Organizations Fair 1-4 in the quad. A number of area environmental organizations will have tables on the quad. It's a great opportunity to meet people and ask about volunteer opportunities, internships and jobs!

Friday, April 22, Kayak Leonards Mill Pond, 1-4 pm. Explore Salisbury's northernmost pond; we'll put in at the Visitor's Center and kayak the length of the pond to the beautiful forested swamp at the north end, stopping briefly at Mr Nelson's property before heading back. Contact Mr Nelson if you'd like to reserve a space wanelson@salisbury.edu .

Friday April 29: Parkside "Trashion" Show and Make-a-Garden Contest, 9-11 at Parkside High School A+ Garden Center. Come watch Parkside and UMES students put on a "Trashion" show, featuring classy clothes made from trash and recycled materials. Then watch groups of students to compete in the "Who can create the prettiest raised bed garden?" contest, using plants from the A+ greenhouse. My money is on the Environmental Students Association...

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