Augsburg Earth Justice Month 2019
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April is Earth Justice Month - let's celebrate, learn, and act together!
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April 15:30-6:30pmCedar Commons (2001 Riverside Ave)“Sustainability Is No Joke” Environmental justice storytelling and action planning seriesFacilitated by RFTP (rftp.co), sponsored by Augsburg’s Environmental Stewardship CommitteeWhy does sustainability and climate change matter? Why does equity in sustainability matter? And how can we respond collectively as the Augsburg community? Listen to recent alum and current students share their experience with sustainability and climate change, and begin bridging perspectives and building community to carry us forward together. Storytelling on April 1 with follow-up on April 15. Participants strongly encouraged to attend both events.RSVP and share on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/313636022635631

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Contact environmentalstewardship@augsburg.edu with questions
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April 34:10-5:45pmChristensen Center & around campusSpring CleaningEnvironmental Action Committee, Student Concerns Committee, Food Lab, Residence LifeMeet in Christensen Center lobby at 4:10 to join other Auggies concerned with the amount of trash around campus! We will spread out to pick up all the garbage left post-snow melt from 4:15-5:15. Participants get cookies and kemonade in the Food Lab after the event from 5:15-5:45
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April 46pm-8pmHagfors 4th floorEnvironmental End-of-Year GatheringEnvironmental Studies DepartmentStudents and faculty are invited to attend the department's end of the year gathering! This will be a chance to mingle and explore careers in environmentalism. We will be serving appetizers and inviting community members of environmental organizations.contact mangana@augsburg.edu
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April 155:30-6:30pmCedar Commons (2001 Riverside Ave)“Sustainability Is No Joke” Environmental justice storytelling and action planning seriesFacilitated by RFTP (rftp.co), sponsored by Augsburg’s Environmental Stewardship CommitteeWhy does sustainability and climate change matter? Why does equity in sustainability matter? And how can we respond collectively as the Augsburg community? Listen to recent alum and current students share their experience with sustainability and climate change, and begin bridging perspectives and building community to carry us forward together. Storytelling on April 1 with follow-up on April 15. Participants strongly encouraged to attend both events.RSVP and share on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/313636022635631

Add to google calendar: https://calendar.google.com/calendar/r/eventedit/copy/MTc2NnJrZnBiNGZwc3BzanAwZmNjY2NodmVfMjAxOTA0MDFUMjIzMDAwWiBncmVlbmFAYXVnc2J1cmcuZWR1/Z3JlZW5hQGF1Z3NidXJnLmVkdQ?scp=ALL&sf=true
Contact environmentalstewardship@augsburg.edu with questions
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April 165:45-8pmAugsburg Community Garden"Garden Party: Our Community Food Stories"Campus KitchenSpeaker: LaDonna Redmond and YOU!!! (members of community)
Ladonna Redmond is a community organizer who focuses on food and health advocacy.
Description/Schedule: We would like to invite members of Augsburg and the surrounding areas to gather in our community garden to share food and stories. Hosted by Campus Kitchen and our co-sponsors: Augsburg Physics Department, Environmental Action Committee, Environmental Stewardship Committee, Environmental Studies Department, The Cedar, Mixed Blood Theater, Seward Neighborhood Group, West Bank Community Coalition, (Maybe Cargill??)
jacobsn@augsburg.edu
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April 2210:40-11amFoss ChapelEarth Day Chapel - Choose your own sustainability adventure!Environmental Stewardship intern team and Campus MinistryJoin us in chapel on Earth Day to reflect on our home planet and do some DIY activities! Bring your ownbag to take things home with if you can. Make your own deodorant (bring a small jar if you can!), make a tea bag to bring home, gather free prduce, an dother adventures to choose from!greena@augsburg.edu
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4/22/2019 - RESCHEDULED FOR THURSDAY4:00-7:30pmMurphy SquareAugsburg Latin American Students, ALAS Contamination Clean UpAugsburg Latin American StudentsThere will be food, shirts, and waterbottles to give away
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April 237:00 PMHoverston ChapelWaterMusicPresented by the Augsburg Choir and Dr. Kristina Boerger, Comparative Religion students of the Rev. Dr. Karin Craven, and the Ecumenical Water Initiative.An interdisciplinary, interactive, community event highlighting the centrality of water in our musical, spiritual, and civic lives.
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April 255-6:30pmHagfors 108Sustain-Sip-Stories: Monthly sustainability conversations
Topic: Environmental Justice
Environmental Stewardship Intern TeamEat, drink, and share stories about how environmental sustainability intersects with complex issues and our own stories! We’ll gather in the Food Lab each month to explore a new topic, grounded in a shared reading/listening and our own experiences with the topic. All are welcome! (even if you didn’t do the homework)https://www.facebook.com/events/2228560187387641/greena@augsburg.edu
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April 2710 AM - 12 PM River Mile 853-852River Clean-Up Demey Everett, Kevin Anderson,James Gagnon & Julaine Wold in partnership with the ESCWe are just looking to get together a group of people who care about Minneapolis and more specifically our beautiful river. We want to clean up as much as possible down by the river (weather allowing). We will walk down to the river as a group and clean up! Please invite anyone and everyone that is willing to help. We will report it to the Conservation Corps of IA and MN who are incharge of the river! Thanks. If you would like to see more details or RSVP you can access our Facebook event through this link: https://www.facebook.com/events/1901739843265444/?notif_t=plan_edited&notif_id=1553883240986070 Even if you don't RSVP feel free to come and bring friends!
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