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Harvest Fest Flyer 2018

Harvest Week Events! 

Monday, October 15th: Harvest Fest Kickoff: Vandy Caberet Room 5:30-7:30 Real Food and EcoPledge are collaborating for the kick-off of National Harvest Week! We are honored to invite in our guest speaker: Michael Leviton, and BC music groups: Music Guild and BC Dynamics. Join us for fall-themed snacks and crafts!

Wednesday, October 17th: Night Market: Outside Corcoran Commons 5:00-8:00pm As a part of BC Dining's FRESH Initiative, there will be free samples of dishes made from FRESH certified recipes submitted by the cultural clubs. These samples will be available for purchase as full meals inside Lower Dining Hall. Each club will also be handing out recipes for you to make at home. 

Friday, October 19th: Harvest Fest: Academic Quad, 11:00-2:00 Come and celebrate fall and sustainability with vendors and organizations including Honest Tea, Equal Exchange, Juice Press, Sustainable Sippin, Sea Semester, the Office of Sustainability, UGBC, Real Food, and EcoPledge! There will be free samples given out for everyone to enjoy!

Volunteer Opportunity with EcoPledge and 4 Oceans!

Join EcoPledge volunteers on Saturday, September 15th from 9:00-11:00 am as we head to Revere Beach in Massachussetts to work with members of 4 Oceans to clean up the coast. 4 Oceans is a US-based and sustainably focused jewlery company that is celebrating International Oceans Day with volunteers like you to keep pur coastal environments clean.

If you'd like to volunteer, please contact Stevie Walker of EcopPledge at walkersz@bc.edu. 

Volunteer Opportunity with EcoPledge and 4 Oceans

Boston College Places First in Recyclemania! 

 

RecycleMania is a friendly competition and benchmarking tool for college and university recycling programs to promote waste reduction activities to their campus communities. The awards are organized by the four Carnegie Classifications which include Title IV eligible, degree-granting colleges and universities in the United States. Schools are organized by their characteristics of size, degree length, and residence. Through our campus’ efforts over the 8-week competition period this spring, Boston College placed first amongst four-year, large, residential universities for per-capita waste, calculated as waste quantity per person. Our successfuls efforts and initiatives we hope to continue throughout the year and only look to improve our results in the future!

 

Upcoming Events

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