CSUEB kicks off "Earth Week" on April 22
- April 18, 2013 5:00am
Cal State East Bay will kick off “Earth Week” on April 22. Events include a clothing swap, recycled art contest, YERT film screening, Rock the Bike, dance ensemble and a litter scavenger hunt. See a complete list of activities on the CSUEB Earth Week Web site.
Educational programs and demonstrations will focus on sustainability efforts and examples of green campus and community resources. All activities are free and open to the local community.
For more information, contact CSUEB Recreation and Wellness at 510-885-4749 or "like" the CSUEB Sustainabilty Facebook page for earth saving tips and event updates.
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