Earth Week 2014
April 21-24

Earth Day - the earth held by green leaves.Ohlone College will celebrate the 43rd anniversary of Earth Day with a week of activities, talks, and demonstrations that highlight the state of the environment and ways to live sustainably.

Please join us and encourage your fellow friends, students, and co-workers to join in the fun. We expect great attendance, and appreciate you being a part of this event and demonstrating your environmental stewardship.

Earth Week 2014 Schedule of Events
(updated April 16, 2014)
Date Time Event Location
Saturday, April 19 Meet at Fremont BART for 9:30am train Earth Day of Action in SF: Join 350.org and the Ohlone College Student Sustainability Club for the Earth Day Action Parade & Rally for the Climate in SF. Look for us on Facebook: Ohlone Student Sustainability (open group) San Francisco - Meet at Fremont BART for 9:30am train
Monday, April 21  Travel to and from work Bike to Ohlone for Earth Week Fremont and Newark campuses
Monday, April 21  12:00pm - 1:00pm Presentation: Fracking California by David Braun, Co-founder of Americans Against Fracking and New Yorkers Against Fracking Newark campus, Room NC1100
Tuesday, April 22  10:00am - 2:00pm

Earth Day Show and Tell:

  • Alameda County Water District
  • Tri-City Ecology
  • Union Sanitary District
  • Ohlone College Math, Environmental Studies, and Student Sustainability Club
Newark campus, Lobby
Wednesday, April 23  11:45am - 12:45pm

Earth Day Symposium: A student-focused discussion of the Keystone XL: Oil Pipe Across America with Instructor Jude Eneigho.

Fremont campus, Room 2133
Thursday, April 24 10:00am - 2:00pm Grow Local: Connect with the earth and garden with us in the Biodynamic Garden and vineyard. Munch on solar-baked cookies and listen to music from the sun! Newark campus garden, south side of building
Thursday, April 24 12:00pm - 3:00pm Frack or Fiction? Fracking in Monterey Bay Q&A with English 101C Newark campus, Lobby

Only One Earth - Don't Waste It!

Learn more About Earth Day.

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