Earth Month

KENT STATE UNIVERSITY EARTH MONTH 2024

Planet vs. Plastics

EARTHDAY.ORG's Earth Day 2024 theme is "Planet vs Plastics"."Over 1 billion participants around the world will take action on April 22nd. -EARTHDAY.ORG
Kent State University #FlashesGoGreen

Earth Month Planning Committee

The 2024 Kent State University Earth Month events were planned by the Earth Month Committee.

Earth Month Planning Committee members include representatives from: the Adventure Center; Career Exploration and Development; Community Engaged Learning Office; College of Nursing; College of the Arts; College of Education, Health, and Human Services; Department of Biological Sciences; Department of Biological Sciences at Stark Campus; Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry; Department of English; Department of Earth Sciences; Department of Geography;  Department of Geography at Ashtabula campus; Department of Nursing; Department of Recreational Services; Design Innovation; The Gerald H. Read Center for International and Intercultural Education; Environmental Studies Program; Exploratory Advising Center; Herrick Conservatory and Greenhouse; Kent State Bookstore; Kent State Environmental Science and Design Research Institute;  Kent State University Employee Wellness; Kent State of Well-being; Kent State University College of the Arts and Sciences; Office of Sustainability; Recreation and Wellness Services; School of Media and Journalism; School of Peace and Conflict Studies; Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum; University Advising; University Facilities Management Grounds Department; University Housing, Kent Interhall Council; University Libraries;  and student organizations including Kent State Environmental Society; Knitting for Those in Need; and a representative from Stark regional campus.

If you'd like to be part of the Earth Month 2024 Planning Committee please email Leah Graham lgraha13@kent.edu and Melanie Knowles mknowle1@kent.edu

Check back as more events are added!

Kent State University Earth Month Events

Kent State University Earth Month 2024 Events

  • March 13- Activist in Residence
  • March 14 - ESDRI Sustainability Forum
  • April 1 - 28 Employee Wellness Sustainability Challenge
  • April 3 - Sustainability Starts Here: Empowering College Students to Make a Difference
  • April 3 - Mending Session
  • April 3 - Crafting Your Total Eclipse Experience with Dr. Jon Secaur
  • April 4 - Material Matters Exhibition Opening Reception
  • April 4 - Public Health Career Fair
  • April 4 - April 18 - Material Matters Exhibition
  • April 4- Nonprofit Spotlight Speaker Series
  • April 8 - Solar Eclipse
  • April 9 - The Connection Between Sustainability and Wellness: Webinar
  • April 10- Good Food, Better Earth Vendor Show
  • April 10 -  Anti-Racism and Equity Institute: Activist in Residence
  • April 10 - Knit Together
  • April 17 - "The Human Element" Screening and Panel Discussion
  • April 17 - Denim Day Fashion Show
  • April 18 -  Sustainable Dietary Patterns and Food Waste: Webinar
  • April 20 - Love the Earth Day of Service
  • April 21 - "Fashion Reimagined" Screening
  • April 21 - 27 - Kent State Annual Fashion Week
  • April 22 - Earth Fest
  • April 22 - Environmental Science and Design Research Institute (ESDRI) Research Showcase
  • April 22 - Kent State University Haymaker Farmers' Market
  • April 23 -  Earth Day Materials Library Open House & Book Giveaway
  • April 24 - Kent State of Well-being Wellness Wednesday
  • April 26 - Field Day and Bioblitz
  • April 27 - Adventure Center Park Clean-Up Trip
  • April 29 - May 3 Annual Herrick Conservatory Fundraising Plant Event 
Material Matters Flyer

CALL FOR ARTISTS!
Material Matters:

With world-wide plastic production growing to more than 380 million tons this past year, researchers across the globe are looking for healthier, more sustainable material alternatives. In this material search, many have returned to natural plant fibers such as cotton, flax, hemp, and bamboo, as well as animal fibers like wool, silk, angora, and mohair.

In collaboration with the Kent State University Office of Sustainability, the Print Media and Photography graduate students and faculty of the School of Art are curating an exhibition of natural fiber-based work created by Kent State University students. This work, exhibited in the DI Hub Gallery, will include all disciplines and forms of fiber work including but not limited to artwork (including time-based media), clothing, textiles, science, architecture, engineering, functional objects, and video. 

For the exhibition, we are considering all disciplines and forms of fiber work, including but not limited to, artwork (including time-based media), clothing, textiles, science, architecture, engineering, functional objects, and video. 

We are also considering related presentations on fiber-based research, demonstrations, workshops, etc. These presentations could be in-person to happen throughout the exhibition, or documented via video to play throughout the duration of the exhibition.

Important Dates:

(2/19): Open Call for Work closes 

(2/27): Email notification of Selected Work

(4/1): Drop-Off of Selected Work

(4/2): Installation

(4/4) 5-7pm: Exhibition Opening Reception

(4/19): Deinstallation

(4/22 and 23): Pick-Up of Selected Work

Any questions may be directed to:

Leigh Garcia at jgarci31@kent.edu

 

Check back as 2024 event information is added!

Kent State University Earth Month 2024 Events

Anti-Racism and Equity Institute: Activism in Residence
March 13 from 11:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Hosted by Anti-Racism and Equity Institute

Through this series, we hope to engage with the university community through a variety of exciting initiatives, including seminars, panel presentations, workshops, training sessions, and film screenings. We invite you to join us for these events where you can interact with Jazmin Long to gain insights into her experience and discuss ways we can collectively contribute to positive change. 

  • March 13th
    • Networking Luncheon with Jazmin Long- 11:30-1:00pm registration required and seating is limited. Seating at capacity, please keep an eye out for a possible April luncheon
    • Brown Bag session with Jazmin Long in collaboration with the College of Nursing- 2:15-3:45pm Henderson Hall Room 104
    • Meet & Greet with Jazmin Long in support of the Alternate Spring Break program - 4:00-5:00pm
  • April 10th- Details to come

Jazmin Long is the President and CEO of Birthing Beautiful Communities, a non-profit community of doulas who provide social support for Black women who are at highest risk for infant mortality during the perinatal period. With a strong background in leadership and development, Ms. Long is guiding BBC to mobilize both community residents and organizational partners in addressing the social, structural, and economic determinants of health. Since starting as a pilot project in 2015, BBC has expanded to train more than 100 doulas and serve more than 1,000 mothers in Northeast Ohio. Her commitment to improved birth outcomes and equitable medical care for mothers and children of color aligns seamlessly with the values and mission of AREI.

Ms. Long previously served as a deputy director at Global Cleveland and currently teaches at the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve University where she recently received the 2023 Innovator of the Year award.

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Environmental Science and Design Research Institute Sustainability Forum
March 14 from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Cartwright Hall Auditorium and lobby
Hosted by Environmental Science and Design Research Institute (ESDRI)

This sustainability forum focuses on water resource sustainability and management.  Join us to hear brief talks from our invited speakers and a panel discussion between them, followed by a reception!

Sustainability Forum

Employee Wellness Sustainability Challenge
April 1 through 28 
Hosted by the Employee Wellness and Health Promotion

Sustainability helps create and maintain an environment where humans and nature can exist in productive harmony…and you can make a difference! This challenge provides an opportunity to learn about and practice lifestyle choices that support personal and global ecological balance. The challenge starts on April 1st and ends on April 28th, and you will earn Wellable Points for tracking physical activity, engaging in Sustainability Activities, and completing a four-question Sustainability Myth Buster Quiz.

View Employee Wellness and Health Promotion Calendar

Sustainability Starts Here: Empowering College Students to Make a Difference
April 3 from 2:00 P.M. - 3:00 P.M.
DI Hub 201
Hosted by the College of Public Health

Join the College of Public Health in celebrating the 2024 National Public Health Week! During this presentation, Melanie Knowles, Manager of Sustainability at Kent State University, will discuss strategies to empower college students and to make a difference in a sustainable campus.

Register

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Public Health Week Events

Mending Session

Mending Session
April 3 from 3:30 P.M. - 4:30 P.M.
School of Fashion Library, Rockwell Hall
Hosted by the Black Squirrel Fiber Arts Student Organization

Please join the Black Squirrel Fiber Arts Student Organization for a Visible (or invisible) Mending session. Come to bond over refreshments and some needlework, check out the fashion library, make new connections. All are welcome - students, faculty, staff. Bring any clothing you would like to mend. We'll have yarn, thread, needles, and embroidery hoops for you to borrow and use while you mend.

Crafting Your Total Eclipse Experience with Dr. Jon Secaur
April 3 from 4:00 P.M. - 6:00 P.M.
White Hall room 210
Hosted by The Learning Innovations Lab

Don’t be caught in the dark! Join Jon Secaur, '72, Ph.D. '94, emeritus professor, to make your own eclipse viewer, ensuring you catch every breathtaking moment of the 2024 Total Solar Eclipse. Participants will also have opportunities to explore the solar system via augmented and virtual reality, and craft eclipse-themed buttons and tote bags. This event is free and open to community members, Kent State alumni, students, faculty and staff.

Registration Closed: All tickets sold out.

Register

Public Health Career Fair
April 4 from 12:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.
Moulton Hall Ballroom 101
Hosted by the College of Public Health

Join the College of Public Health for its annual Career Day, Thursday, April 4, 2024, noon till 4:00 PM. The event is open to all Kent State University students and alumni! You will have the opportunity to meet more than 20 community partners, including healthcare systems, health departments, nonprofit organizations, state and local agencies from Northeast Ohio and beyond. You will be able to connect with potential employers, discover organizations and internship opportunities, find out ways to advance your career and ask career questions. Bring your résumé and dress to impress!

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Material Matters Opening Exhibition
April 4 from 5:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M.
DI Hub Gallery
Hosted by the Earth Month Planning Committee and the Office of Sustainability, the Print Media and Photography graduate students and faculty of the School of Art

A curated exhibition of natural fiber-based work created by Kent State University students. This work, exhibited in the DI Hub Gallery, will include all disciplines and forms of fiber work including but not limited to artwork (including time-based media), clothing, textiles, science, architecture, engineering, functional objects, and video.For the exhibition, we are considering all disciplines and forms of fiber work, including but not limited to, artwork (including time-based media), clothing, textiles, science, architecture, engineering, functional objects, and video. 

Nonprofit Speaker Series
April 4 from 6:30 P.M. - 8:00 P.M.
Henderson Hall room 201
Hosted by Academic Diversity Outreach

Join us for a night with Habitat for Humanity of Portage County! Learn how Habitat for Humanity's 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization is dedicated to bringing people together to build homes, communities, and hope. Speakers include Rachel Kerns, Executive Director, Bradley Knife, Restore Manager, and Kaleena Gharky, Community Director.

Total Solar Eclipse Viewing Party
April 8 2:45 P.M. - 3:45 P.M.
Kent State University Risman Plaza

Join us to experience a total solar eclipse around 3:15 p.m. For several mesmerizing minutes, as the moon passes between the sun and Earth, Northeast Ohio will be cloaked in darkness during a moment of cosmic magic. 

Kent State Eclipse Info

The Connection Between Sustainability and Wellness: Webinar
April 9 11:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.
Webinar
Hosted by the Employee Wellness and Health Promotion

Event Description: Sustainability and wellness go hand in hand! Just think... using alternative transportation means more movement! Join the Office of Sustainability to hear about a range of sustainability initiatives on campus and how they support wellness. 
Full-time, benefits eligible employees will receive 10 Tier 2 points!

View Employee Wellness and Health Promotion Calendar

Good Food Better Earth Event

Good Food, Better Earth Vendor Show
April 10 from 1:00 P.M. - 3:00 P.M.
Kent State Student Center
Hosted by University Culinary Services

Good Food, Better Earth is a annual free vendor show aimed to increase sustainability in our dining halls and on campus eateries through expanding plant-based options. Each vendor offers free samples and campus feedback is gathered to let University Culinary Services know which options should be brought to campus.

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Knit Together
April 10 4:30 P.M. - 6:30 P.M.
Kent State University School of Fashion KnitLAB
Hosted by Kent State University Museum

Join us for “Knit Together” on April 10.
Bring your favorite craft and join us in the galleries of the exhibition Knitting Beyond the Body on Wednesday, April 10 from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. You’ll meet other creatives, learn about the exhibition, and have a special tour of the School of Fashion’s KnitLAB, which is home to our industrial knitting machine program.

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Environmental Film Screening "The Human Element" with Green Energy Ohio
April 17, 6:00 P.M. "The Human Element" screening; 7:15 P.M. Panel Discussion
DI Hub Auditorium room 219
400 Janik Drive
Hosted by the Earth Month Planning Committee and Green Energy Ohio

A film screening of "The Human Element" followed by a panelist discussion. 
Panelists include Jane Harf, Executive Director Green Energy Ohio; Dr. Ther Aung, MetroHealth Environmental Health Scientist; Dr. Joseph Ortiz, Kent State University Earth Sciences Professor; Kathryn Novak,  Kent State University Fashion Design and Merchandising Assistant Professor.
Bios coming soon!

Denim Day Fashion Show
April 17 6:00 P.M. - 8:00 P.M.
Oscar Ritchie Hall Theater
Hosted by 

DENIM DAY IS BASED AROUND A 1992 RULING IN ITALY. A YOUNG LADY WAS SAID TO HAVE GIVEN CONSENT TO HER PERPATRATOR BECAUSE SHE WAS WEARING TIGHT JEANS AT THE TIME AND MUST HAVE HAD TO "HELP HIM GET HER PANTS OFF" THIS YEAR WE WILL HOST A "DENIM" FASHION SHOW, ALLOWING STUDENT GROUPS, DEPARTMENTS, AND INDIVIDUALS THE CHANCE TO SHOW THEIR SUPPORT FOR SURVIVORS THROUGH FASHION. COME ENJOY THE SHOW OR COME WALK THE RUNWAY IN YOUR DENIM. 

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Sustainable Dietary Patterns and Food Waste: Webinar
April 18 from 3:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.
Live Virtual via Microsoft Teams
Hosted by Employee Wellness and Be Well

Event Description: When someone chooses to follow a specific diet, it is often for the purpose of weight loss or with an intent to improve health. There has been a growing movement, however, to also consider the impact dietary patterns have on the environment regarding the use of natural resources, greenhouse gas emissions, and global food security. During this webinar, you will learn:
How to adopt a diet that is nutritious, health-promoting and environmentally sustainable.
Techniques for reducing food waste. Full-time, benefits eligible employees will receive 10 Tier 2 points. Register to attend.

Register

Love the Earth Day of Service
April 20 from 10:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.
Center for Undergraduate Excellence
Hosted by Community Engaged Learning

Meet in the Center for Undergraduate Excellence (CUE); various locations in the community. Join us for our Earth Day-themed Day of Service! Register for one of several different sites focused on environmental sustainability and celebrate Earth Day by making a difference alongside other Flashes. Volunteers will meet at 10:00 a.m. in the KeyBank Student Success Lounge, hear some opening remarks, and then will be transported to the site they choose upon registration. Volunteers will return around 1:00 p.m. to enjoy lunch and a discussion on what they did and why it mattered.

Register

"Fashion Reimagined" Screening
April 21 from 2:00 P.M. - 6:30 P.M.
Rockwell Hall
Hosted by the School of Fashion

Join the School of Fashion for a special screening of "Fashion Reimagined" (2023) followed by a virtual Q&A with Producer/Director Becky Hutner.

Fashion designer Amy Powney of cult label Mother of Pearl is a rising star in the London fashion scene. Raised off-the-grid in rural England by activist parents, Amy has always felt uneasy about the devastating environmental impact of her industry. When she wins the coveted Vogue award for the Best Young Designer of the Year, which comes with a big cash prize, Amy decides to use the money to create a sustainable collection from field to finished garment and transform her entire business. Over the following three years, her own personal revolution becomes the precursor of a much bigger, societal change. Register to attend.

Schedule:

2-2:45 p.m. – Learning Tours – KSU School of Fashion
3-3:15 p.m. – Welcome Dr. Lauren Copeland and Dr. Mourad Krifa
3:15-4:55 – Screening, Fashioned Reimagined
5-5:30 p.m. – Q&A with Producer/Director Becky Hunter
5:30-6:30 p.m. – Reception

Register

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Kent State Annual Fashion Week
April 21 - 27 
Kent State University
Hosted by the School of Fashion

The annual Fashion Show is the main event in the School of Fashion's Fashion Week. The full schedule of KSU Fashion Week is available here

Website

Kent State University Earth Fest

Kent State University Earth Fest
April 22 from 11:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M.
Kent Student Center Risman Plaza (or if rain, 2nd floor Student Center)
Hosted by the Earth Month Planning Committee and the Office of Sustainability

Join on and off campus organizations and departments for a fun-filled Earth Day event with food trucks, music, student activities, information, giveaways, and prize drawings. The purpose of this event is to: 1) increase students’ awareness of sustainability on and off campus 2) engage students in educational activities and 3) inspire students’ actions in the sustainability movement. All sustainability-related organizations are encouraged to participate including those with a focus on prosperity (economy), people (social), or planet (environment). 

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Vegan A Go-Go Menu

Environmental Science and Design Research Institute (ESDRI) Research Showcase
April 22 from 11:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M.
Integrated Sciences Building Lobby
Hosted by Environmental Science and Design Research Institute (ESDRI)

Students, faculty and community members sharing posters on research or creative activities.

Kent State University Haymaker Farmers' Market
April 22 from 11:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M.
Risman Plaza
Hosted by Kent State of Well-being

The Kent State Farmers' Market provides students with opportunities to learn about the local farming community, select fresh produce and connect with the broader Kent community in addition to creating a community around food with a warm, friendly and fun environment. The market will include selling crafts (photography, prints, glass, fiber) and educational workshops related to food as well as performances (music, dance, theater).  

Earth Day Materials Library Open House & Book Giveaway
April 23 from 12:30pm- 2:30pm
CAED Bldg., Belden Brick Materials Library
Hosted by University LIbraries 

Celebrate Earth Day by browsing the Belden Brick Materials Library collection and discovering its relevance to interiors, fashion, art, architecture, and other disciplines. Learn how the Materials Connexion database is used to locate sustainable products. Enjoy refreshments while creating an Earth-friendly craft. Finally, rescue books and other extra materials by giving them a new home! The Morbito Architectural Library often receives donations that are not added to the collection. 

Submit abstracts by April 8

Kent State of Well-being - Wellness Wednesday: Environmental Health
April 23 from 4:00 P.M. - 6:00 P.M. 
Student Recreation Wellness Center Mall
Hosted by Kent State of Well-being

Join us to learn more about how environmental health is related to overall wellbeing through learning how to make your own eco-brick. 

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Field Day and BioBlitz
April 26 
Kent Campus Child Development Center area from 9:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M.
Hosted by Environmental Science and Design Research Institute (ESDRI) and Center for Ecology and Natural Resource Sustainability (CENRS)

Meet near the Child Development Center and then disperse for different activities. A 24-hour inventory of all things biological, and more, that takes place on one of KSU’s lesser-known properties.  Activities include Bioblitz, invited exhibitors, invasive plant species scavenger hunt, tree mapping activity, water sampling, poetry prompts, and more.

More information

Adventure Center Park Clean-Up Trip
April 27 
Cuyahoga Valley National Park (meet at the Student Recreation and Wellness Center) 12:00 P.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Hosted by RecWell Adventure Center

What better way to celebrate Earth Day than to give back to the Earth? Join us in a volunteer event cleaning up trails at Cuyahoga Valley National Park as a way to give back to nature! Together, we can keep our beautiful backyard looking pristine! Transportation is provided. You will meet us at the Rec. Center. Contact actrips@kent.edu with any questions. Pre-registration IS REQUIRED

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Annual Herrick Conservatory Fundraising Plant Event
Monday April 29 through Friday May 3
daily 10:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. 
Herrick Conservatory Greenhouse at Cunningham Hall
Hosted by Biological Sciences Herrick Conservatory; The Herrick Conservatory & Sustainability Club; and The Kent State Garden Club

Stop by and purchase plants grown in the Herrick Conservatory Greenhouse. 

 

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2024 Non-KSU Earth Month Events of Interest

The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education

For more events visit AASHE, the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education. Kent State is an AASHE member. To access member-only resources, create an account using your kent.edu e-mail address.

AASHE April Event Calendar

AASHE Online Webinars

AASHE Online Events

ONLINE: Digital Earth Day
April
Hosted by EARTHDAY.ORG

EARTHDAY.ORG is the global organizer of Earth Day. EARTHDAY.ORG’s theme for Earth Day 2024 is Planet vs. Plastic. 

About Earth Day

Sustainable Cleveland Events

Events Calendar

Cleveland Museum of Natural History Events

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Cuyahoga Valley National Park Events

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Earth Optimism by Smithsonian Conservation Commons

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Environmental Education Council of Ohio Events

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Green Energy Ohio Events

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Holden Forests and Gardens Events

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Kent Environmental Council Events

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Ohio Chapter: Sierra Club Events

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Ohio Department of Natural Resources Events

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Ohio Environmental Council Events

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Ohio Environmental Professionals Network Events

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Ohio Native Plant Month Events

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Ohio Sea Grant Events

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Portage Soil and Water Conservation District Events

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Who's Your Mama Earth Day and Environmental Art Festival 
April 20 noon - 4:00 P.M.
Corner of Water and Main Street Downtown Kent, Ohio

Who's Your Mama Earth Day Poster

Ohio Wildlife Student Research Symposium
April 11 from 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
Salt Fork State Park Lodge, part of the Annual EECO Conference

Join high school students and teachers from around Ohio as they present their wildlife and habitat research projects in this symposium for high school students. Full Day Registration - $40 (includes lunch); Student Registration - FREE (includes lunch). Please see the agenda online at https://ohiodnr.gov/discover-and-learn/education-training/environmental-education/student-wildlife-research-symposium

Environmental Education Council of Ohio: Annual Conference
April 12-14
Salt Fork State Park Lodge 

The 57th Anniversary of the Environmental Education Council of Ohio Annual Conference.

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National Park Service: National Park Week
April 20-28

Every April, during the presidentially proclaimed National Park Week, we join with the National Park Foundation, the official charity of America's national parks, to celebrate America's treasures. National Park Week is a time to explore amazing places, discover stories of history and culture, help out, and find your park.

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Lake Metroparks Earth Day
April 21 12:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.

Lake Metroparks Earth Day

 

History of Earth Day at Kent State University

Celebrating the anniversary of the first Earth Day, April 22, 1970. "More than 20 million Americans participated in one of the largest grassroots community service movements in our history during the first Earth Day in 1970. Earth Day is now celebrated every year by almost 1 billion people worldwide." - E.P.A.

U.S. E.P.A. History of Earth Day

Milestones in E.P.A. and Environmental History Timeline

In 1970, Earth Day founder U.S. Sen. Gaylord Nelson came up with the idea for a national teach-in day to focus on the environment. April 22, 1970, was the date selected because it fell between spring break and final exams. In April 1970, Kent State University, along with other colleges and universities across the nation, participated in the national environmental teach-in known as "Earth Day." Kent State hosted a series of events on campus known as "Think Week" in 1970, including having Stewart Udall, former Secretary of Interior, and Ralph Nader, environmental advocate and consumer champion, speak on campus.

Kent State University Earth Day 1970 "Think Week" The Daily Kent Stater, Volume LV, Number 91, 23 April 1970
Kent State University Earth Day 1970 "Think Week" April 22 List of Events The Daily Kent Stater, Volume LV, Number 90, 22 April 1970
Kent State University Earth Day 1970 "Think Week" List of Events The Daily Kent Stater, Volume LV, Number 88, 17 April 1970
Kent State University Earth Day 1970 "Think Week" Nader, Udall to Speak on Pollution The Daily Kent Stater, Volume LV, Number 87, 16 April 1970

Kent State University "Honor" View Honor pdf. Typeset by Aoife Mooney, assistant professor Visual Communication Design; information compiled by Office of Sustainability. 

 

 

 

 

"Kent State Earth Fest promotes sustainability" by Makenna Brumbaugh, Kent Wired April 10, 2019

 

 

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Would you like to add your department or organization's event to Kent State University Earth Month webpage? Email sustainability@kent.edu