The College of the Environment in partnership with Long Lane Farms,
hosts the annual Pumpkin Festival on the farm
(located at Wadsworth St and Long Lane Farm)
Saturday, October 8, 2016 from NOON to 4pm
(raindate will be on Sunday; same time)
The event is free for all to attend.
There will be tours of the farm, live music, activities and crafts
(ie: face painting, tie dying, letterboxing, paper making, creating fringy scarves from upcycled t-shirts) and much more.
Local vendors like The Board Room, Cinder + Salt and The Yarn Store will be there.
Pumpkins, apples and bake goods will be for sale.
Free veggie burgers and hot apple cider will be provided.
Grab a friend or two and join us!
The annual event is hosted by the College of the Environment, Long Lane Farms, and Bon Appetit
Hope to see you there!
EARTH DAY EVENTS:
Tuesday, April 21 – NOON – Guest Speaker Gregg Mitman – Exley Science Center, Room 058
EARTH DAY TALK WITH GREGG MITMAN – FORGOTTEN PATHS OF EMPIRE
RSVP FOR FREE LUNCH to Vmarinelli@wesleyan.edu
The College of the Environment Announces 2015 Summer Internships!
Please go to www.wesleyan.edu/coe and select the left hand title called Wesleyan University Internships.
There you will find the Student Letter and deadline dates, along with the 2015 Application.
Any questions, please feel free to contact, Valerie Marinelli, at email@example.com or 860-685-3733.
Please join the College of the Environment
as we host
FILMMAKER ABBY HORTON ’11
in VICTORIA MAMAS
Short film screening and discussion
On Wednesday, April 30 – NOON
Downey House Room 113
Lunch will be provided, so please RSVP by April 28th
“Standing on Sacred Ground”
Powell Family Cinema
Saturday and Sunday, March 1 and 2
Join us for a chance to see and discuss four remarkable new documentaries that tell the story of a growing movement to defend human rights and restore the environment.
Each film will be followed by a discussion with the filmmaker, Christopher (Toby) McLeod, Project Director of Earth Island Institute’s Sacred Land Film Project and Wesleyan parent, and distinguished speakers Donna Augustine, Thunderbird Turtle Woman, Traditional Knowledge Keeper from the Mi’kmaq tribe, Angelo Baca, Hopi/Dine Filmmaker and Visiting Instructor in American Studies at Brown University and Nikolai Tsyrempilov, Senior Research Fellow, Institute for Mongolian, Buddhist and Tibetan Studies of the Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, currently a member of the School of Historical Studies, Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, and faculty members Gillian Goslinga, Sarah Croucher, Ruth Johnson, Honor Keeler and Justine Quijada.
Saturday March 1
1:00 pm – Pilgrims and Tourists (California Altai, Russia)
3 pm – Coffee Break
3:45 pm – Profit and Loss (Alberta, Canada and Papua New Guinea)
Sunday March 2
11:00 am – Fire and Ice (Ethiopia and Peru)
1:00 pm – Lunch
2:00 pm Islands of Sanctuary (Hawai’i and Australia)
The event is free and open to the public. Refreshments provided. Attend one film or stay for them all.
Sponsored by the Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life, Center for Film Studies, College of the Environment, Anthropology Department and Department of Religion.
For more information visit: http://www.wesleyan.edu/filmstudies/SpecialEvents/sacredland.html