7.5.13

Opportunities to Go Green at NU this May


“In the spring, at the end of the day, you should smell like dirt." - Margaret Atwood
Two chances for this on campus:         
·         Wild Roots Work Day
May 7, 4:30, Norris South Lawn
Check the Wild Roots FB page to keep up with planting dates, generally Tuesdays & Thursdays.
·         Plant-It Purple, Tech Graduate Gardens Planting
May 10, 4:00, Tech Courtyard
Soil prep, vegetable planting followed by pizza.  Questions, contact Andrea Luthi.

Food Talks Planning & Feedback Meeting
May 10, Response Deadline
Food Talks is looking for your input.  Join the Planning Committee to discuss thoughts and suggestions for future Food Talks events.  Please complete the doodle with your availability by May 10.

Philfest – Bluegrass, Sun, & Fun
May 11, 1:30 – 5, Norris East Lawn
Hopefully there will be sun but bluegrass and fun for sure!  The bands haven’t been announced yet but based on my own research, I think a mandolin will be played.  And probably some banjo.

City of Evanston Intern Opportunities
May 17, Applications Due
The Evanston Office of Sustainability organizes an intern program each summer to connect students to real-world projects that address the environmental, social and economic health and wellbeing of Evanston. This summer’s program includes positions in the areas of Communications, Recycling and Business Sustainability. More information is available on the City’s website.  Send inquiries or applications to sustainability@cityofevanston.org.

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