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  • Apr14

    DOCUMENTARY SCREENING: REUSE! BECAUSE YOU CAN’T RECYCLE THE PLANET 3-5PM, PAGANUCCI LOUNGE

    Come see this free movie screening about how to reduce your environmental impact! This documentary features creative ways to reduce and reuse waste. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion featuring the filmmakers and Dartmouth faculty, discussing the waste stream at Dartmouth.

  • Apr14

    RUTH HEINDEL EEES GRADUATE PROGRAM THESIS DEFENSE, 12:30PM, HALDEMAN 041.

    Come support Ruth as she defends her PhD on Aeolian landscape change in West Greenland.

  • Apr13

    SUSTAINABILITY SOLUTIONS CAFÉ WITH BROOKE WILLIAMS, 006 STEELE, 4:30PM

    Join us as Brooke Williams presents from his new book, Open Midnight: Where Ancestors and Wilderness Meet.  Reception and book signing after the event.
    Brooke Williams has spent the last thirty years advocating for wilderness. He is the author of four books, including Open Midnight, Halflives: Reconciling Work and Wildness, and The Story of My Heart, by Richard Jeffries, as rediscovered by Brooke Williams and Terry Tempest Williams. His journalistic pieces have appeared in Outside, Huffington Post, Orion, and Saltfront.

  • Apr13

    OFFICE HOURS, 12PM-2PM, ROBO 108

    Want to get involved in sustainability on campus? Have a random sustainability question? Just want to hang out and eat some yummy baked goods? Visit us for office hours, every week on Thursdays.

  • Apr12

    DIVEST DARTMOUTH, 8PM, ROBO 108

    Come learn about climate justice and participate in activism toward a sustainable future!

  • Apr12

    FARM CLUB, 5:30PM-6:30PM, HORNIG LIBRARY

    Come talk about all things organic agriculture and farming! Delicious snacks, as always provided.

  • Apr12

    DARTMOUTH BIKES POP-UP BIKE SHOP, 4-6PM, FAHEY/MCLANE

    Mechanics will assess bikes on arrival, and may decide some repairs are beyond the scope of PUBS. However, we will be happy to help you schedule an appointment if this is the case.
    *Note* Dartmouth Bikes PUBS provide students/faculty with service on their bikes, and are intended to help with ‘quick fixes.’
    PUBS is NOT the place to bring your bike if it requires major maintenance.
    If you are unsure whether or not your bike can be serviced during PUBS, or have questions about the services we offer, please consult a Dartmouth Bike Mechanic, or contact us at Dartmouth.bikes@dartmouth.edu

  • Apr12

    FACULTY AND STAFF WELLNESS FAIR, 12:30PM-1:30PM, ALUMNI HALL

    Come join us at one of our annual wellness events for faculty and staff! This are a great opportunity to learn more about your health, recharge, connect with colleagues, and gain insight into programs and resources available to support your well-being. Experience the following free of charge: chair massages, interactive wellness stations, campus wellness partners, health stations, stainless steel water bottle giveaway, prizes, snacks, and more! Mini-workshops will also be offered on the Hanover campus. Stop by the Sustainability Office’s table!

  • Apr12

    HANOVER’S COMMITMENT TO 100% RENEWABLE ENERGY, 6PM-7:30PM, HANOVER TOWN HALL (UPSTAIRS BOARD ROOM)

    Michael Brune, the Executive Director of the Sierra Club, the largest grassroots environmental organization in the country, is visiting Hanover next week to discuss Hanover’s upcoming town vote to commit to 100% renewable energy. He will also be speaking about the nationwide transition to clean energy, and how cities are taking the lead on clean energy and climate action.
    Julia Griffin, the Town Manager of Hanover, NH, will be speaking about what Hanover has already done to work toward a goal of 100% renewable energy, and what they will be doing in the future to support renewable energy and energy efficiency throughout the town. Julia will also be speaking about Hanover’s upcoming May 9th, 2017 vote to commit to 100% renewable energy.
    Please RSVP here or email allyson.samuell@sierraclub.org to RSVP.
    Please use the side door of the town hall - the main entrance will be locked.

  • Apr10

    A COMMUNITY BRAINSTORM; THE DOC’S POTENTIAL FOR ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP, 7:30PM-9PM, ROBO BASEMENT

    Help make the DOC a greener community! Bring thoughts, ideas, questions and excitement. Dessert from Lou’s provided!

  • Apr10

    OPEN HOURS DARTMOUTH ORGANIC FARM, 3:30PM-5:30PM, VAN LEAVING FROM BEHIND ROBO AT 3:30PM.

    Come get out to the farm on this beautiful day! Work on the farm, relax in the sun or get some studying done.

  • Apr9

    MAPLE SYRUP OPEN HOUSE AT THE DARTMOUTH ORGANIC FARM, 11AM-1PM

    Ever wonder how maple syrup is made? Come visit our Sugar Crew at the Dartmouth Organic Farm to get a tour of the sugar bush, help them boil sap, and learn the process of making delicious maple syrup. Kids and dogs are welcome! Park at the Dartmouth Organic Farm (102 Lyme Rd, Hanover, NH) located about 3 miles north of campus on Rt. 10. One of our students will lead you over to the sugar house from the farm. Rides from behind Robo starting at 11AM and running every hour. Hot apple cider and Skinny Pancake crepes to dip in delicious maple syrup provided. See you there!

  • Apr7

    DARTMOUTH ORGANIC FARM OPEN HOURS, 4PM-6PM, DARTMOUTH ORGANIC FARM

    Come out to the farm, study in the back room, help with farm work, snowshoe/ski along the river on the last remaining snow and in all other ways relax and de-stress. Rides behind Robo at 4pm returning at 6pm.

  • Apr6

    OFFICE HOURS, 12PM-2PM, ROBO 108

    Want to get involved in sustainability on campus? Have a random sustainability question? Just want to hang out and eat some yummy baked goods? Visit us for office hours, every week on Thursdays.

  • Apr5

    FARM CLUB, 5:30PM-6:30PM, HORNIG LIBRARY

    Come talk about all things organic agriculture and farming! Delicious snacks, as always provided.

  • Apr5

    SARAH SUSANKA, ACCLAIMED ARCHITECT, THOUGHT LEADER AND INSPIRATIONAL SPEAKER 041 HALDEMAN

    12:00-1:30 pm: Lunch presentation and Discussion “Reinventing our Homes and Communities for Aging Independence” – Registration required at http://www.dartmouth.edu/~ethics/conferences/index.html.
    4:30-5:30 pm: Annual Dorsett Fellow Lecture and Sustainability Solutions Café “Not So Big: The First Step in Sustainability for Home, Community, and Life”
    5:45 pm: Reception and Book Signing
    Sarah Susanka's "Not So Big" message has become a launch pad for a new dimension of understanding—not just about how we inhabit our homes, but also about how we inhabit our planet and even our day-to-day lives.

  • Apr4

    RUCKUS DIALOGUE, 6PM-7:30PM, HORNIG LIBRARY

    This dialogue is an opportunity for anyone to come review the Sustainability Office’s inclusivity and diversity plan, and gather feedback and brainstorm next steps, programming and ways to improve for this term, next term and fall term. Pizza provided!

  • Apr3

    SUSTAINABLE LIVING CENTER APPLICATIONS DUE TODAY BY 11:59PM

    Get your application in to live in the amazing Sustainable Living Center in via Banner Student Housing StarPortal by tonight at 11:59pm! Don’t miss the chance to live in an environment with other eco-minded people! Learn more and apply here: students.dartmouth.edu/living-learning

  • Apr3

    DARTMOUTH BIKES RENTALS, 3:30PM

    Dartmouth Bikes will be opening up their rental platform at 3:30pm! Rentals will be given on a first come, first serve basis and cost $45 DA$H, $40 Cash (cash is easier to deal with for us, therefore cheaper for you!). We have a variety of sizes and types of bikes being offered, so take a look at the website at 3:30pm tomorrow and see if there is one that suits your needs! Bikes are reserved online and renters will be able to pay in Dash or Cash in person when they pick up their bike. Visit the rental webpage here: https://www.dartmouthbikes.com/bike-rentals

  • Mar5

    SUSTAINABLE LIVING CENTER DINNER, 7PM, SLC

    Join Assistant Dean and Advisor for First Generation and Low Income Students, Rachel Edens, at the SLC on Sunday night for dinner. Rachel will be cooking a delicious dinner, focusing on themes of sustainable agriculture and food systems, especially as they relate to class. She has been inspired by her mother who came up with all kinds of hacks for healthy eating living in a rural community in Eastern North Carolina. RSVP to Lucia Pierson (Lucia.M.Pierson.18@dartmouth.edu) if you would like to attend!

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