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Green Week

Spring 2023

This spring, we'll celebrate campus Green Week with a film screening, a gallery talk, a service project, sustainability conversations, and more. Check this page often for updated details.

Mulch & Mingle

Saturday, March 25th, 9am to noon
LaVell Edwards Stadium, southeast parking lot
Join BYU Recycling and Y-Serve's Community Clean-up Group team as we spread homemade compost along the nature trail east of the football stadium. Breakfast will be provided.

FHE + Pizza

Monday, March 27th, 7pm
Education in Zion Auditorium, JFSB B192
Learn about leading lives of stewardship from Dr. George Handley, Dr. Steven Peck, and the Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship. Stay for pizza and greens.

Sustainability Fair

Tuesday, March 28th, noon to 2pm
Wilkinson Terrace, WSC 2620
After the devotional, connect with student clubs and community partners. Visit each booth for treats and swag.

Gallery Talk + Open Studio

Wednesday, March 29th
Gallery Talk: 12:10pm to 12:40pm, BYU Museum of Art
Open Studio: 1pm to 3pm, BYU Museum of Art
Come for one or both events: a guided tour of the MOA’s new exhibition, Primal Forces: Earth, and an art-making session with recycled materials.

Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) Forum

Thursday, March 30th, 5pm
Education in Zion Auditorium, JFSB B192
Hosted by Plant and Wildlife Sciences, BYU welcomes Darren Parry, a Latter-day Saint and leader of the Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Nation, and Mary Murdock Meyer of the Timpanogos Nation to talk about traditional ecological knowledge and practices in the Great Basin area. RSVP or learn more.

Film Screening

Thursday, March 30th, 7pm
HBLL 1060
Don’t miss the Ballard Center for Social Impact’s Peery Film Series, featuring River, a meditative look at man’s relationship, past and present, with rivers around the world.