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Earth Month Events 2024

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April 3, 5:30pm @ Roble Hall

Katrina Babies Screening

Join a film screening and panel with the filmmakers and a few stars who appear in the HBO documentary Katrina Babiesan intimate look at the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and its impact on the youth of New Orleans.

April 11, 4:30-6pm @ Stanford Farm

Environmental Justice (EJ) Welcome Back

For EJ community members, join the quarterly Welcome Back at Stanford Farm on April 11th from 4:30-6pm! Special guests include the Distinguished Visitors at Haas - all working on EJ issues.

April 13, 10am-2pm @ Bloomhouse

Love Our Earth Festival

Go Electric to Build Healthy and Resilient Communities: visit the many booths including the Home Electrification Showcase, Clean Vehicle Expo, Plant-based Market. Or, help volunteer!

April 16, 4-6pm @ The Hub at Stanford Research Park

Earth Month Sustainability Celebration Event

Visit The Hub at Stanford Research Park for live music, crafts and activities, and complimentary refreshments, all while learning about eco-friendly living.

April 21, 11am-4pm @ O'Donohue Educational Family farm

Earth Tones

Visit the O'Donohue Educational Family farm on April 21st, 11am-4pm to hear environmental justice guest speakers, engage in arts-centered workshops, see live performances, eat delicious vegan food, and go farming!

April 22, 4:30-7:30pm @ Traitel Building

Celebrating the Tompkins Archives

Join Stanford University Libraries in celebrating three additions to its Earth Sciences collections, the archives of Tompkins Conservation. Hear Kris Tompkins and Stanford faculty to learn more about these archives.

April 23, 6-7:30pm @ Junipero, Wilbur Hall

Advancing Climate Justice through Civic Engagement

Join Explore Energy House for an open discussion on equity and rapid energy transitions with Distinguished Visitors Violet Wulfa-Saena and Cecilia Taylor, moderated by Jayson Toweh, Living Lab Fellow for Community Engagement & Climate Justice.

April 24, 11am-1pm @ Arizona Cactus Garden

Service Day in Arizona Cactus Garden

Come out on Wednesday, April 24, 2024 from 11am - 1pm to volunteer with the Water Resources and Infrastructure Group by pulling weeds and restoring the historic garden. Gloves, water, and basic gardening equipment will be provided.

April 24, 11:30-1:30pm @ Arrillaga Alumni Center - Fisher Conference Center

Stanford Climate Action Plan Community Forum

Learn about the university’s Climate Action Plan and provide input on priorities for Stanford’s sustainability goals. Have your voice be heard, meet like-minded people, and enjoy a tasty lunch. If you can't make the in-person forum, join a virtual session.

April 24, 5-8pm @ Munger Auditorium at Paul Brest Hall

Netflix's "You Are What You Eat" Docuseries: Screening & Panel Discussion

Featuring Stanford Food Leaders on the Power of Plant-forward Foods, this event is hosted in partnership by the R&DE Stanford Food Institute and the School of Medicine to discuss plant-based eating. Join at Munger Auditorium at Paul Brest Hall on April 24, 5-8pm!

April 24, 6-7:30pm @ Stanford Main Campus (TBD)

Sustainable Irrigation Lecture with Water Resources and Civil Infrastructure

Spring is a good time to learn how weather-based controllers consider the local climate to irrigate efficiently! This workshop will cover information on seasonal irrigation needs, and great information that can be shared with gardeners.

April 25, 11:30-12 @ Online

Embrace the Future: Harnessing Water for Circular Economies

Join Stanford Professors, Will Tarpeh and Will Chueh, as they peel back the layers of complexity in water management across multiple industries ranging from energy and agriculture to technology and manufacturing.

April 25, 5:30pm @ Lane History Corner

Above Water: Film Screening

In room 203, view an interactive film screening & community engagement series about climate change and environmental equity, hosted by the Doerr School, the Environmental Justice Working Group, and LEDE New Orleans.

early May, @ Lake Lagunita

Lake Lagunita Unveiling

Stop by Lake Lagunita in early May for some food, giveaways, and an environmental stewardship activity with Land Use & Environmental Planning!