In the overwhelming crush of media about the COVID 19 pandemic we don’t want to lose sight of the profound importance of the environment.
#OWUENVS is a collective effort to push environmental news and ideas and advocacy and creative efforts out through social media and other media by students, faculty, and staff in the Environment & Sustainability Program at Ohio Wesleyan University.
Find or create relevant stuff. Anything having to do with the environment anywhere. Links, ideas, videos, maps, photos, music, data, artwork, etc. Focus on the stuff you care about.
Put it out there: use the hashtag or tag #OWUENVS so we can track the effort. Focus on the media you use. On social media, video sites, music sites, whatever. Be creative.
Please let Meg Edwards or John Krygier or Laurie Anderson know if you have any questions, ideas, or suggestions.
This effort is what we make it. It keeps us connected, and it matters.
Maintaining Clean Water on A Consistent Basis and In the Aftermath of Natural Disasters
Please come to this event to learn about substances that can contaminate our water supply and what you can do to help keep our water sources clean. Also, learn about what measures can be taken in the event of a disaster or contamination event to restore access to clean water. Representatives from the City of Delaware, Watershed & Sustainability Public Utilities Department; the Delaware General Health District and the Delaware County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management will be in attendance to provide information.
Location: Second Ward Community Center, 50A Ross Street, Delaware, Ohio
More information: https://www.swcidelaware.org
Facilitated by: Brionna Corder, Junior at Buckeye Valley High School and the Delaware Area Career Center. Email: email@example.com
Last year President Trump and President Macron of France planted a lovely oak tree on the White House lawn. Sadly, the tree is now dead.
Let’s do better!
Tree planting and spring clean up opportunities abound. No big commitment. Please sign up soon and often:
A Scioto River Clean-up March 15th organized by a Buckeye Valley H.S. Student: Register here
OWA’s Earth Day Program April 4th at Delaware State Park: Register here
Blue Limestone Park Stream Clean-up from 4:30-5:30, April 15th: (weather back-up date is scheduled for April 16th same time and place) registration can be completed by emailing Caroline Cicerchi (here).
The Scioto River if we didn’t do the river clean up every year: