What Have They Done to the Earth?
On Earth Day, thinking about and acting on a theme of sustainability seems like a reasonable method of addressing the many crises our planet currently faces. It so happens that there's a local exposition just for that. On Thursday, April 19—Earth Day, y'all—the University of New Mexico presents its 10th Annual Sustainability Expo, an opportunity to explore a theme we all must embrace if we want to survive. This year's expo features a local growers' market, food trucks, entertainment from Le Chat Lunatique and loads of information about how citizens can contribute to sustaining life on Earth. The event is 10:30am to 2:30pm at UNM Cornell Mall (just south of the Student Union Building).
Thursday Apr 19, 2018
Albuquerque, NM 87131
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A vibrant array of growers' market, food trucks, educational events and live entertainment including demonstrations, music, bicycle auction and clothing swap.
Join us at the 10th Annual UNM Sustainability Expo! This event is focused on showcasing campus and community initiatives, and encouraging everyone to take meaningful action to incorporate sustainability into their lives.
Celebrate Earth week and join us at the 10th Annual UNM Sustainability Expo! The Expo will be held on the Cornell Mall, just east of the SUB. This event is focused on showcasing campus and community initiatives, and encouraging everyone to take meaningful action to incorporate sustainability into their lives.
Local farmers and producers will be present to share expertise and sell delicious produce, plant starts, jams, honey, soaps, crafts and more. Student clubs, campus organizations, and community partners will present interactive activities. Numerous food trucks will have affordable lunch options, and live entertainment will be provided during the noon hour.
Everyone is welcome to join us on April 19th from 10:30 AM to 2:30PM for this exciting event. We hope to see you there!