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Monday
April 21
Tuesday
April 22
Wednesday
April 23
Thursday
April 24
Friday
April 25
Saturday
April 26

10 am - 4 pm
· T-shirt Sales and Tie-dye (Quad - Rain location: Marshall)

12-3 pm
· Opening BBQ (Quad - Rain date: Thursday April 24, same time and location)

4:30 pm
· Albrecht Lecture: "Parks and Their Public: Planning and Ideology in U.S. National Park Design," Ethan Carr, Assoc. Professor Landscape Architecture, University of Virginia. (Marshall Hall Aud.)

7:30 pm
· Movie: "Our Land Our Life" (Nifkin)

 

Earth Day

8 am - 3 pm
· Mayfest Table (Dome)

9 am
· Morning Munch (Quad)

11 am - 1 pm
· Activities Fair (Quad)
· T-shirt Sales and Tie-dye (Quad - Rain location: Marshall)
· Waste Audit

2 pm
· Nature Walk (departs from Moon Library patio)

4-5 pm
· Speaker: Ms. Susan Crow, "Creating Resilient Communities: tools for regional land-use planning in the face of coastal hazards in South Carolina" Sponsored by Landscape Architecture & ESF Women's Caucus (146 Baker)

5:30 pm
· "Syracuse Speaks" panel: "Partnerships across Disciplines." Dr. Judith Schreiber, Ms. Kathleen Joy, Dr. Jack Manno, Dr. Rachel May, Ms. Sarah Pesek, Mrs. Nathan Prior. Light refreshments (Nifkin)

7:30 pm
· Movie: "The Creek Runs Red" (Nifkin)

10 am - 4 pm
· T-shirt Sales and Tie-dye (Quad - Rain location: Marshall)

10:45 am
· Nature Walk (departs from Moon Library patio)

Noon - 1 pm
· Presentation: "Sovereign States and Climate Treaties: Why National Hazard Policies Limit International Cooperation." Karen M. O'Neill, Rutgers. (110 Moon, info: es-info@esf.edu)

5-8 pm
· Environmental Cartoon Marathon featuring: "Fern Gully", "The
Lorax", and episodes of "Captain Planet" (Nifkin)

3 pm
· Movie: "Exporting Harm: the High-Tech Trashing of Asia." Discussion on electronic waste with Dr. David Sonnenfeld following the movie, at 3:30pm (Nifkin)

4 - 5 pm
· Shifting Paradigms Lecture, Adaptive Peaks Series. "Biomass for Liquid Fuels: Energy and the Environment" Dr. David Pimentel, Cornell University. (Marshall Hall Aud., Reception following in 11 Moon)

6:30 - 10 pm
· Coffee Haus (Nifkin)
· T-shirt Sales and Tie-dye (at Coffee Haus)

10 am - 4 pm
· T-shirt Sales and Tie-dye (Quad - Rain location: Marshall)

9 am-4 pm
· Cemetery Clean-up (Cemetery behind ESF)

2-4 pm  
· Ice Cream Social (Quad), rain location is Nifkin
· International Craft Fair (Quad), rain location is Nifkin

3 pm
· Movie: "Zeitgeist" (Nifkin)

 

 

9 am - 4 pm
· Natural History Field Day—A day of natural history nature walks and interpretive programs from ESF students (ESF quad and nearby vicinity)

10 am - 1pm
· Tree Mulching Service Project. Meet outside Moon library on saturday and then walk to Barry park and Comfort Tyler park. (sign up in 110 Bray!)

10 pm-2 am
· Insomniacs Event: Vegan Ice Cream Social/Music Performance by hip hop band Broadcast Live. Please bring your bowls and spoons! (Nifkin)
· Creek Clean-up: water quality assessment and litter pick-up. Butternut Creek (Jamesville behind Glen Loch Inn); Limestone Creek (Manliius-Mill Run Park; Chittenango Creek (3 miles N of Rt. 20 on 13, NYS Fishing site AND 5 miles N of Rt. 20 on 13, past falls at large turnout). Sign in with team leader wearing tie-dye shirt.