Learn more about what you can do to protect nature during Shoreline Community College’s Earth Week! Earth Week is four full days of discussions, demonstrations, activities, and performances to help educate everyone about the importance of taking care of the world around us.
For full times and details, please visit the Earth Week Events Calendar. Below are some highlights!
Wednesday: April 19
- Sustainable actions through solidarity
- Arbor Day Recognition/Tree Campus USA Certification
- Keynote Address: Worldview of a Standing Rock Sioux: Tribal member Kyle Schierbeck, Coyote Follows the Road
- Exhibit on Standing Rock and the Flint Water Crisis
- LIVE Music Performance: Jared Bridge
Thursday, April 20
- Community Sustainable Actions
- Supporting a vibrant Seattle through urban forestry policy: Urban Forestry Policy Advisor – Sandra Pinto de Bader
- Green City Partnership: Restoration for Enhancing Ecology & Community – Matt Mega
- Discussion: The 3E’s of Sustainability: Finding the “SWEET Spot”
- Deep Roots Garden Veggie Start Giveaway
- Washington Native Plants Society
- Mushroom Growing Kits
- LIVE Music Performance: Funk & Groove
Friday, April 21
- Engage in Change: Taking Action
- Participatory Volunteer Action: Campus-wide fruiting ivy removal. Ridding our campus of invasive plants one species at a time. Participants MUST SIGN UP in the Student Leadership Center by Friday, April 14!
- LIVE Music Performance: Ukulele Club
Saturday, April 22
- Spring Ecological Restoration
- All participants are welcome to join us for our annual Earth Day restoration event in the North Woods at Shoreline Community College. We will be removing invasive plants including ivy, laurel, holly, and blackberries. We will be planting a variety of native ground covers, shrubs, and trees. Gloves and tools will be provided, but if you have your own please bring them. Wear close-toed shoes or boots, layers of clothes, a rain coat if needed, and a hat. Bring water! Participants will meet at the parking lot east of the soccer field.