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Earth Day

  • "Thin Ice" Climate Change Documentary Screening
    Monday, April 22, 12-1:30 p.m. - Library Classroom 203
    Open to the public
    "Thin Ice" is a joint initiative between Oxford University, United Kingdom, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand (VUW), and London-based DOX Productions. Both Universities have active programs with world-wide networks of collaborators in climate change and related research. This film will give people from all walks of the life the chance to see the astonishing range of human activity as well as scientific endeavour that is required to help us understand our changing climate. - from

  • CMN Earth Day Event
    Monday, April 22, 2013 - 4:30 p.m. - Cultural Learning Center
    Open to the public
    • Join us as we explore some of the issues our planet faces. We will have interactive booths on topics such as climate change, water quality, mining, campus sustainability, and gardening. A light meal will be provided. Sign the sustainability pledge and get a free tote bag and entry toward additional door prizes.
    • 6 p.m. - Author and environmental speaker Al Gedicks
      Mr. Gedicks is a professor of sociology at the University of Wisconsin La Crosse and a longtime activist in environmental and Native solidarity movements, and the author of "Resource Rebels: Native Challenges to Mining and Oil Corporations." A decription of his book reads: "Native peoples throughout the globe are facing extinction due to the greed of mining and oil companies. As the energy crisis intensifies, their plight sounds the alarm to all those concerned about the prospect of global warming, genocide, and preventable eco-disasters. Resource Rebels traces the development of multiracial transnational movements in the US, Asia, Africa and Latin America that are countering resource extraction and providing direction for environmentalists and anti-capitalists alike."

  • June 3-6, 2013 - Menominee County and Reservation Wide Community Clean-up
    • Collaborative effort between MITW-Community Development and Menominee County/Town of Menominee
    • Place your unwanted household items on the curb for collection on your regular trash pick up day. Household garbage/trash MUST BE in can for regular collection. All other items must be neatly sorted and placed in separate piles for collection. Other trucks will pick up discarded household items
    • Items accepted: Furniture, any household items, major appliances, metals, batteries, TV/electronics, tires, auto fluids (oil and antifreeze)
    • Not accepted: Yard waste, hazardous material, concrete, paint, large amount of construction debris