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HC GREEN WEEK 2016

 

The Sustainability Task Force has been working diligently to provide you all with an awesome line-up of events for Green Week this year!! Including a special guest speaker, Jeremy Nichols from WildEarth Guardians, an environmental activism group committed to the fight against climate change.

Monday October 31st

Chocolate Sustainability - Discover the hidden truth of the chocolate industry, and enjoy some delicious Fair-trade chocolate in the spirit of Halloween!
When/Where: Outside Building 8 @ 9:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Tuesday November 1st

WA Carbon Tax
The I-732 Carbon Tax on this November ballot could potentially tax those that produce carbon emissions, and yet lower sales and business taxes… Come learn what it’s all about before you vote.
When/Where: Building 2 @10-11 a.m.

Conservation Districts
Did you know that there is a conservation district in every county of WA? Come learn about this important environmental agency and what they have to offer the community.
When/Where: Building 2 @11-12 p.m.

Permaculture
Permaculture has been making big waves in the world of sustainable farming, come see why at a screening of Jean’s Garden; A Permaculture Documentary.
When/Where: Building 2 @12:15-1:15 p.m.

Wednesday November 2nd

Campus Clean-Up
Come help make a visible difference for the environment of Highline’s campus, and meet new people doing it!
When/Where: Meet Outside of Building 8 @10-11 a.m.

Environmental Activism
Come listen and engage with Jeremy Nichols from WildEarth Guardians, a successful environmental activism organization committed to the fight against climate change.
When/Where: Building 2 @11-12 p.m.

Thursday November 3rd

Ivy Snip
Many of the trees in the woods at the lower end of campus are being strangled by English ivy. Please join us as we snip ivy and help save Highline’s woods.
When/Where: West side of Building 8 @ 9:00-9:50 a.m.

Growing Your Own Food in The City
Des Moines as well as many parts of King County are considered food deserts, where fresh fruits and vegetables can be difficult to come by. One way to combat the issues is to grow your own food in the city. Find out how at the presentation.
When/Where: Campus Garden East of Building 21 @ 12:15-1:15 p.m.

Friday Novermber 4th

Toxics in the Home
Come learn about the hidden threats lurking in your cupboards and what you can do to reduce your toxic load.
When/Where: Building 2 @ 11:00-12:00 p.m.