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Kendall Campus Sustainability Committee: Campus Events/Activities

Sustainability Committee Kendall Campus

Each year the Sustainability Committee organizes and hosts various on-campus events designed to promote and support sustainability at the Kendall Campus. Among these events are the committee’s signature Empty Bowls and Recycled Garden annual fundraisers, benefitting the Kendall Campus Food Pantry. Additionally, the committee hosts campus cleanup events and works in collaboration with other Kendall Campus committees to co-host additional sustainability-related events and activities. Here we will soon share information about the committee’s events and activities for the 2022-23 academic year.

Past Events-Recycled Garden

Kendall Campus President Dr. Anthony Cruz at Campus Sustainability Event

Kendall Campus President Dr. Anthony Cruz visits the display tables and speaks with committee members during the Spring 2022 Recycled Garden event

Participants at Kendall Campus Recycled Garden event

Participants attending the Spring 2022 Recycled Garden event

Making recycled paper with professor Yomarie Silva.

A participant creates handmade recycled paper with assistance from Sustainability Committee member and art professor Yomarie Silva.

Handmade recycled seed paper and planters Kendall Campus

Handmade recycled seed paper and planters on display during the Spring 2022 Recycled Garden event.

 

 

Past Events-Empty Bowls

Committee member Cookie Rosell inspects one of the bowls being purchased during the Fall 2021 Empty Bowls event.

Empty bowls display Kendall Campus

A participant at the Fall 2021 Empty Bowls event displays one of the many unique handmade ceramic bowls created by Sustainability Committee member and art professor Ray Morales

Empty Bowls logo design, Kendall Campus Sustainability

Event participants show off the bowls they purchased, which are packaged in gift boxes handcrafted from recycled material  with a student-created Empty Bowls logo design.

 

 

Hand made ceramic bowls. Ray Morales. Kendall Campus Sustainability.

Committee member and ceramics professor Ray Morales explains the process of making each (handmade) ceramic piece.

Past Events-Campus Clean-Up

Committee Co-chair Dr. Anouchka Rachelson prepares student volunteers for the cleanup.

A group of student volunteers cleaning the shoreline of a campus lake.

A student volunteer removes a degraded plastic bag from the shoreline of a campus lake.