Monday, October 23 5:00 PM
Tanyard Creek Chew Crew Site beside Hull St Parking Deck
The Chew Crew is having a work day at their Tanyard Creek site and needs volunteers to help clean up and clear out invasives to prepare for the goats.
Bring bug spray, and wear clothes you can get dirty (i.e. jeans, t-shirts, closed toed shoes). Come out and lend a hand at Tanyard Creek.
Monday, October 23 6:00 PM
Memorial Hall Ballroom
The ending to a four week water and energy saving competition between Hill Community Residence Halls. The competition's main goal is to make students aware of the huge impact that small changes to everyday routines can make. The competition lasts only a month but there is always the hope that the water and energy conservation tips and techniques provided will stick with the students and become a lifestyle change. Student organizations focusing on sustainability and Watershed UGA will have informational tables set up.
Friday, November 10 2:00 PM
Lamar Dodd Building Room S160
Interdisciplinary artist Clark Lunberry will talk about creating site-specific poetry installations and introduce a new work for the UGA campus. Lunberry is a Professor of English at the University of North Florida and the author of Sites of Performance: Of Time and Memory (Anthem Press 2014) and Writing on Water | Writing on Air (University of North Florida 2016). His large-scale poems placed on water and windows include recent installations in Oxford, England; Paris, France; Toronto, Canada; Tokyo and Hiroshima, Japan; and Stanford University.
Wednesday, December 06 11:00 AM
Jackson St. Building @ 285 S Jackson St, Athens, GA 30602, USA
You’re Invited! The Fall 2017 Sustainable UGA Semester in Review celebrates people, programs, activities and academic courses that are creating a culture of sustainability at UGA. The program includes brief presentations from Office of Sustainability interns, posters and table displays from UGA classes, the announcement of 2017 Campus Sustainability Grant winners, light lunch fare, and opportunities for networking. Opening comments will be provided by John R. Seydel, Director of Sustainability for the city of Atlanta, GA.
We hope you can join us!