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The virtual celebration of Earth Day 2021 happens April 22. This year we celebrate the theme and calling of restoration. Courses, groups and resources associated with our celebration are linked below.

April 16 Friday 6:00 p.m. on Zoom “‘The Sun Don’t Always Shine’: Storing Renewable Energy.” Ken Martens Friesen

April 22 Thursday 7:45 a.m.  In-person FPU Groundskeeping Service Project. Sign-up in advance for timeslots

April 22 Thursday 12:30 p.m. on Zoom or In-person Creating Seed Bombs! Shalom Club. Sign-up in advance for in-person

April 22 Thursday 12:40 p.m. on Zoom “Hope for the Earth: Ecological Restoration as Resurrection Practice.” Katerina Friesen

April 23 Friday 10:00 a.m. on Zoom Restore Our Earth: Restoring Our Campus” CHIRP Session

April 23 Friday on Instagram @fpushalom. FPU Gardens: Instagram TV. Shalom Club

April 24 Saturday In-person Service Project: Flower Planting! Shalom Club. Sign-up in advance for timeslots

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GEOG 220 Cultural Geography THEO 425 Theological Ethics and the Environment
ENV 150 Introduction to Environmental Studies BIOL 311 Field Botany


Outstanding non-profit organizations are making a significant difference in our area. Consider getting involved by volunteer service, making a financial donation, or attending local events.

San Joaquin River Parkway Tree Fresno
Sierra Foothill Conservancy Sierra Club Tehipite Chapter
California Native Plant Society Sequoia Chapter  

Home Page of Michael Kunz, Environmental Program Director



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