EarthFest

Find out how we’re greening our campus and community and what you can do to help!

  • Giant Earth Dome display
  • Electric vehicles
  • Exhibits from campus and community sustainability organizations
  • Launch of the new CSU sustainability website
  • Free food
  • Live music and DJ
  • Upcycled crafts
  • Clothing swap - trade your gently used items for something new!
  • Battery recycling
  • Selfie station
  • A zero waste event!

Prizes for filling up your eco-passport:

  • A bicycle courtesy of the Ohio City Bicycle Co-op
  • A rain collection barrel from the Water Environment Association
  • $25 gift card to the CSU Recreation Center Pro Shop
  • Free meals from Chipotle
  • Melt gift basket
  • CSU gift bags from Viking Outfitters, the Mandel Honors College and the Facilities, Architects, Safety and Technology (FAST) department.  
  • Mitchell's Ice Cream gift certificate
  • Insomnia cookies for turning in your passport (while they last!)
  • ...and more!

Free bike check service provided by Ohio City Bicycle Co-op.

Recycle your used batteries with the launch of CSU's enhanced battery recycling program!

 

Thursday, April 20, 2017 at 11:00am to 2:00pm


Student Center
2121 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44115-2214

Event Type

Fair

Tags

Sustainability, environment, climate, Earth Day, green campus, EarthFest

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Kiaita44 4/2/2019

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Randall Bowling

Randall Bowling left a positive review 4/20/2017

Great event.

James Vandertill

James Vandertill left a positive review 4/20/2017

by far one of the best events I have ever attended on campus. It was engaging and inclusive with a number of opportunity for involvement. These opportunities ranged from the campus and student levels to the community and professional levels. There was participation from multiple colleges. This allowed for more diversity with respect to perspectives of both students and academics.

Jennifer McMillin

Jennifer McMillin 3/15/2017

You can just drop by this event; no need to RSVP. If you are offering to do henna at the event, please contact us at sustainability@csuohio.edu. Thanks!

sneha

sneha 3/13/2017

hi can anyone help me so as to how to sign up for the events and festivals ? I am a henna artist and wanted some help thankx in advance .