Earth Day

Community organizations and businesses: 
Register for an Earth Day booth HERE!

Earth Day at ISU began in 2009 as a speaker series in the Biology department and has expanded each year to encompass more aspects of sustainability. Today, Earth Day is a day-long celebration open to both campus and the community. Earth Day 2014 was the biggest celebration yet, including a rock climbing wall and outdoor games, live entertainment, more than 50 local businesses and organizations offering educational activities about sustainability, and, for the first time, an outdoor picnic catered by Sodexo and the showing of a feature film ("Frozen") for evening entertainment
. Below, you can see the view of our celebration filmed from above. All activities will take place on ISU's grassy quad; more specific location information and parking details will be posted to this page in April.

Nominate ISU Students, Faculty, and Staff for Sustainability Awards 

ISU Sustainability Awards honor students, staff, and faculty who are making a positive impact for sustainability. We welcome nominations for members of our campus community who deserve to be recognized for their achievements. Prizes include a bicycle, a sustainable catered lunch with President and Mrs. Bradley, and gift certificates to sustainable local businesses. Nominate yourself or a friend for an award today!

Earth Day 2015 Schedule
Wednesday, April 15th

11am-2pm Sustainability Festival, including:
  • Exhibitor booths; 50+ community organizations
  • Picnic catered by Sodexo
  • Live music
  • Rock climbing wall
  • Cornhole
  • Awards ceremony
 3-6pm Outdoor concert

 ~8:30pm (TBA)  
 Movie on the Condit House lawn
(popcorn provided)

ISU's Earth Day celebration has a partner of Earth Day Network since 2014.

Image Credit: Unmanned Systems