Check out our newsletter for the latest on Earth Week in Laie, including some events on campus:
All this week you can get a free meal at BYU-Hawaii’s The Club all this week (Monday-Friday) when you recycle your old ink cartridges (3 = breakfast, 4 = lunch and 5 = dinner)
On Tuesday, April 24, there is a Tahitian Vanilla Bean dinner at The Club from 4-8 p.m. The dinner is hosted by the farmers and owners of the Kahuku Vanilla Farm.
On Thursday, April 26, Sustainability Information Booths will be on display in the Aloha Center (room 155/165) from 11-2 p.m. Presented by SWATT, First Wind, BYU-Hawaii Facilities Management, and BYU-Hawaii Food Services, the booths will include a new bicycle shop display, Give and Take, energy reduction information, de-bulbing program, and a computer energy saving program. Presenters will be available for questions and general discussion.
On Friday, April 27, BYU-Hawaii Food Services is sponsoring a Farmer’s Market in the Aloha Center (room 155/165 and Mall) from 11-2 p.m. The Farmer’s Market is held every other Friday at BYU-Hawaii).
In addition to these on-campus events, a recycling and clean-up project for Kahuku Elementary School has been announced for early May. On Saturday May 5 between 8 a.m. and 12 p.m., you can drop off scrap metal, used cooking oil, computers, printers, mobile phones, print cartridges, batteries, TVs and other equipment for recycling. These donations will help “turn trash into cash” for student programs at Kahuku Elementary School. Please call Mari Lei at 808.293.2401 for more details about this worthwhile service project.