Arbor Day Event | Oct. 22, 2021 | 10am to noon
Make a difference by planting native trees on the Wenatchee campus next to the 9th Street parking lot on the west-end of Sexton Hall. Please wear your mask, bring gloves, and social distance, so you can participate in our celebration of trees! We will have pastries, hear student poems, and then learn more about the fascinating diversity of trees on campus. Thanks to our partners Derby Canyon Natives, Sustainable Wenatchee, and ASWVC!
Trashion Show set for April 2022
The Trashion Show contest is open to anyone who has a desire to turn trash into fashion and create fun wearable garments from discarded material. Fashions must be made from at least 75% recyclable or reused materials that would otherwise be thrown away or recycled. All are welcome to apply.
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Dr. Jeanette Armstrong
Dr. Jeannette Armstrong presented “haʔntíxʷ iʔ‿tmxʷúlaʔxʷ uł niʕ̓íp txt̓ntsis: Respect the Earth and She will Always Take Care of You.”
Climate Action Panel
UN Sustainable Development Goals Training 2021: Wenatchee Valley College Climate Action Panel.
Earth Day 2021
Visiting writers Scott Russell Sanders and Ross Gay read their Earth writing for Earth Day 2021 and Poetry Month (April). Earth Day Poetry Contest student winner also read her winning poem.
Dr. Drew Lanham
In honor of Black History Month, noted writer and ornithologist Drew Lanham gave a reading and discussed the intersection between race and the environment with our panel.