Climate Change & Agriculture in Eastern WA
Thursday, March 7 2024 at 7pm in the Grove Theater in the M.A.C.
Public presentation by Chad Kruger on climate impacts for our regional agriculture and creative solutions for dealing with it. This event is the first in the Climate Solutions speaker series. Chad Kruger currently directs WSU's Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center in Wenatchee and Center for Sustaining Agriculture & Natural Resources.
Sustainability events are free. Sponsored by WVC Sustainability Committee, ASWVC, and the QSA. For more information, please contact WVC Sustainability Coordinator, Joan Qazi, email@example.com.
View past events
WVC Clothing Swap
Sustainability Committee parterned with QSA and ASWVC to hold a week long clothing swap which included gender affirming options and a screening of the film 'The True Cost'
Tree Campus Service Learning
WVC had tree campus service learning events in October 2023 where students were encouraged to learn how to measure carbon in our campus trees guided by Natural Resources professor Mike Lesky.
Earth Week 2023
WVC celebrated Earth Week with a week of events celebrating sustainability and the natural world.
Arbor Day 2023
WVC celebrated Arbor Day with Washington State’s first Native Poet Laureate, Rena Priest, who read poems about trees, joining fellow contributors to the Cascadia Field Guide book.
Dr. Drew Lanham
In honor of Black History Month, noted writer and ornithologist Drew Lanham gave a reading and discussed the intersection between race and the environment with our panel.
Earth Day 2022
WVC celebrated Earth Day with a week of events celebrating sustainability and the natural world.
Dr. Jeanette Armstrong
Dr. Jeannette Armstrong presented “haʔntíxʷ iʔ‿tmxʷúlaʔxʷ uł niʕ̓íp txt̓ntsis: Respect the Earth and She will Always Take Care of You.”
Climate Action Panel
UN Sustainable Development Goals Training 2021: Wenatchee Valley College Climate Action Panel.
Earth Day 2021
Visiting writers Scott Russell Sanders and Ross Gay read their Earth writing for Earth Day 2021 and Poetry Month (April). Earth Day Poetry Contest student winner also read her winning poem.