Throughout the month of April, CSU will virtually celebrate Earth Month, including Earth Day on Thursday, April 22nd . We encourage the community to learn about and engage in sustainability activities throughout the month. Use #CSUEarthDayEverywhere to showcase how you are celebrating.
Check back often as we continue to add more events and activities!
City of Fort Collins SHIFT – Join the 2021 Earth Day Challenge
Sustainability 101 at CSU
April 5: 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
April 13: 2:00 – 3:00 p.m.
April 21: 9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
April 29: 9:30 – 10:30 a.m.
https://csutraining.bridgeapp.com/learner/training/4e44b2f0/enroll to register or email Stacey.Baumgarn@colostate.edu for a link to join one of the sessions via Teams.
Join Stacey Baumgarn, Energy Manager at CSU, for an Earth Month Edition of Sustainability 101 at CSU. Learn more about sustainability efforts at CSU – what we do and how you are a part of the effort! No question is too small or too large – let’s talk. The session is open to any faculty, staff, or student. Thanks for joining the conversation.
https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJArceqsqjMsEt0GZ2DehKYOz9zppEFy5ZJm (registration required)
Tree Planting: CSU Extension Webinar
https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUkdeGvrj4oHtAHUBexrpXQj3FM-XJwvScc (registration required)
4:00 – 5:30 p.m.
As our water resources in the West become increasingly scarce, protecting everyone’s access to water is crucial. Concern from water stakeholders grows as water rights change hands for incredible prices. Current trends may jeopardize equity and accessibility of water. A panel of experts will discuss issues of water privatization and environmental justice. Hosted by the Center for Environmental Justice and the Colorado Water Center.
Interactive Earth Day Festival
April 19- 23
This virtual Earth Day Festival is a celebration of sustainability initiatives, groups, organizations, departments, colleges and more at Colorado State University and in the Fort Collins community. It is a chance to not only highlight the amazing things they do but also to share messaging, accomplishments, and opportunities to participate and be engaged!
Transit Rider Survey and Appreciation
On-board pop-ups on CSU Transfort routes
Eco Leaders Independent Project Showcase
Browse through the culmination of the Eco Leaders peer eduction spring semester independent projects. Learn about the new sustainability projects and initiatives students are proposing for Housing & Dining Services and CSU.
Why I Love Biking in FoCo: A Virtual Earth Week Discussion
4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Live Zoom Session: https://zoom.us/j/97303221456?pwd=UnY5eWNabC9DbGJsWXVKNUxvYkxIQT09
Get inspired to ride with a glimpse into panelists’ favorite routes and destinations around town, explore opportunities to get involved in bike advocacy and education, and tips for inexpensive bike repairs.
- Dave Dixon, Executive Director of Bike Fort Collins
- Ed Weschler, Mechanic at The Spoke and graduating Senior
Moderated by Erika Benti, CSU Parking and Transportation Services
Earth Day Fort Collins
Celebrate the 51st anniversary of Earth Day with us as we take you through three days of virtual speakers, activities, music and resources to help you stay connected to the earth.
CSU Compost Giveaway
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Moby Arena Parking Lot
Working on the garden? Take some compost from our very own composting facility! MUST BRING YOUR OWN SHOVEL; LIMIT OF 2, 5 GALLON BUCKETS. Individuals are asked to stay in their vehicles until their turn to retrieve compost. Masks required.
Animal Health Advocates in a Changing Climate Conference
8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
https://climatechangeisanimalhealth.com/animal-health-advocates-in-a-changing-climate-conference/ (register to receive the participation link)
Colorado State University’s One Health Club is excited to present Animal Health Advocates in a Changing Climate – a virtual symposium on climate change and health for the veterinary profession!
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
https://advancing.colostate.edu/POLLINATORS (registration required)
What is all the BUZZ about pollinators? Humans depend on pollinators for about 1/3rd of our diet, and the most nutritios part of our diet including vegetables, fruit, and nuts. In Colorado, there are over 900 species of bees! Even with the diversity of pollinators, populations around the world are declining. How can we support and protect them? This class will talk about common pollinators including native bees, their basic biology, how to develop pollinator habitat, the facts on stinging insects, and what we can do to support our pollinators locally.
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