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EARTH DAY 2011 EVENTS

by Tracy Will
Tue, Apr 5th 2011 08:15 am

 

In honor of this year's Earth Day celebration, several organizations are hosting a variety of events throughout the month of April.  Please visit the following websites for more information on WNY events surrounding this year's Earth Day Celebration.

April 1st-30th

Peace on Earth Month Events throughout April

www.peaceonearthmonth.org

April 8th

UB Sustainability Bazaar

growwny.org/calendar/event/1063

April 9th

NYPA Earth Day Activities

www.nypa.gov/vc/nvccalendar.asp

April 11th-22nd

Earth Day Events @ Tifft Nature Preserve

www.sciencebuff.org/calendar

April 16th

Spring Shoreline Sweep

www.bnriverkeeper.org

April 21st

Re-Tree WNY 5th Annual Buffalo Enviro-Fair

www.re-treewny.org/envirofair/

April 21st

Green Drinks hosted by the UGBN Buffalo/Niagara Chapter

growwny.org/calendar/event/1061

April 22nd

2010 Buffalo-Niagara Earth Day Celebration

www.buffaloearthday.com

April 30th

Buffalo Niagara Green Expo

www.bnge.org

For even more Earth Day related events, clean-ups and volunteer opportunities, visit the Green Renaissance of Western New York's website for a calendar of "green" events and check the April 2011 Enviro-News events listing sponsored by the Daemen College Center for Sustainable Communities and Civic Engagement and the Natural Sciences Department.

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