Nationwide screening of Al Gore's "An Inconvenient Sequel." Gore will be live-streamed at the beginning of the event and will answer several questions submitted viewers. The screening is free and open to the public.
Center for Energy and Environmental Education
Green Iowa will screen the move "Home." Snacks and drinks will be provided. The film will be followed by a brief discussion. Admission is free.
Good Neighbor Iowa is a statewide public education campaign to reduce children’s exposure to lawn pesticides and protect water quality. Speakers include a park director, a family physician, Dubuque city staff and a childcare center director. They will share their insights on pesticide use and the harmful effects of pesticide exposure on children. Attendees will learn the value of diverse, pesticide-free lawns, sign a pesticide-free pledge, grow their own sample of pesticide-free grass, as well as other activities and will receive free a choice of “Good Neighbor” yard signs, frisbees and cups.
Join the Iowa Organic Association for its Organic Transition Workshop. Farmers and extension agents will walk through the economics of organic transition, weed management, crop insurance and more. Cost is $10 and includes lunch. The workshop is co-sponsored by Iowa Organic Association and UNI Center for Environment and Energy Education.
The Center for Environmental Energy and Education in conjunction with Green Iowa AmeriCorps and Sustainable Schools AmeriCorps will host an Environmental Job Fair. There are approximately 35 full-time positions as Environmental Stewards in seven different locations across Iowa. Positions range from marketing, outreach, education, energy efficiency auditors and logistics coordinators. The Sustainable Schools Program is seeking sustainability coordinators to work with schools to improve their environmental impact. Greens to Go is looking for two new AmeriCorps Vista members to help with providing affordable, local, natural and healthy food to low income families in the Cedar Valley. For more information, visit http://www.greeniowaamericorps.org/open-positions
Cedar Valley residents are invited to become involved and active in improving the Cedar Valley. Meet key organizations addressing social and environmental issues of our time; meet and network with other citizens; learn about issues and better engage elected officials.
The work of Thurgood Marshall.
The story of the greatest march in American history.
The Center for Energy and Environmental Education will host "From Know-How to Do-Now!" Follow the link below for registration information as well as a full schedule for the conference.