Earth Week Events
EcoHunt is a sustainability and outdoor recreation themed scavenger hunt. Teams of 2-6 students complete EcoHunt challenges to compete for prizes. The top three teams win a prize basket, with prizes including ski passes, climbing passes, swag from Caffe Ibis and Sunrise Cyclery, grocery gift cards, and more. 50 participants from the top teams also receive a 2019 Earth Day t-shirt!
For rules and information, click here.
Alley Cat Race
Ride as a solo or group in this Aggie Blue Bikes race that takes you to on a great route throughout Logan. Complete checkpoint challenges to rack up the most points. See below for more information.
Alley Cat Registration
Impact Art Exhibit
Let your art inspire in the Impact Art Exhibit, which will be on display in the Hansen Atrium in the Fine Arts Building from April 15-22. Create pieces of work that "shine a light on where we are, where we’re headed, and how we might change course". Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Wall-E Movie Night
LSB 133 (New Life Science Building)
Take a study break and enjoy a free screening of Wall-E in the new Life Sciences Building. Popcorn and cotton candy provided.
Green Canyon Parking Lot
Plant trees with the U.S. Forest Service for April's Second Saturday service project. Meet at the Green Canyon Parking Lot or carpool by meeting at the TSC roundabout at 9:45 AM.
Earth Week Kick-Off Tabling and EcoHunt Indicator Item Pick-Up
Get a head start on Earth Week events by stopping by the Earth Week table at the TSC Hub the Monday of Earth Week. Sign up for EcoHunt and pick up your team's indicator item. You can also sign up early here.
TSC International Lounge
Join the SSO in a Scandinavian food festival! Enjoy and learn about sustainable food with local, organic, and vegetarian vendors. Plus, learn about Scandinavian heritage in Cache Valley!
Impact Art Exhibit Opening Reception
Caine College of the Arts Hansen Atrium
See how USU art students see visualize the future in the opening reception of the Impact Art Exhibit, which will be open the entire week. Also see how much USU sustainability has done this year with posters and Sustainability Awards.
Lightning Presentations on Sustainability
Hear from a variety of USU professors on how they are implementing sustainability in their coursework, research, and daily lives in a fast-paced lightning presentation Thursday of Earth Week.
Tabling on the Quad
Enjoy the Spring weather while visiting tables from local businesses and nonprofits, USU organizations, and clubs. And don't forget the fun activities and games!
Alley Cat Bike Race
Aggie Blue Bikes
Take part in Aggie Blue Bike's race around Logan in this task-checkpoint style challenge to win big. You can sign yourself up here or stop by the ABB workshop (next to the Fieldhouse) for more information.
Mapping Future Memory Conference
Agriculture Science Building
Explore the interdisciplinary dialog between professions on how to face climate challenges and anthropocentric activity in this day-long conference through posters, workshops, presentations, and panels.
Celebration at First Dam
Bike, walk, or carpool to the Earth Day celebration at First Dam. The celebration will include pizza from Lucky Slice, live music from local musicians, as well as kayaking and paddleboarding provided by USU Outdoor Programs.