From April 1 to 3 the Outdoor Club will show the BBC (British Broadcasting Company) Planet Earth Series in the Science Building Lecture Hall from to On April 4 and 5, the viewings will run from to Two episodes will be shown each seating.
On April 11 at , the Earth Day Three-Mile Trail Run gets under way at
On April 16, Adam Lambert, assistant professor of biology, will give a lecture on "Sustainable Gardening and Landscaping: Using Native Plants to Attract Wildlife."
On April 21 from to , a tour of the
On April 23, a tour of the Geothermal Heating Plant will be given from to . The tour begins in Room 132 of the
On April 22, at in the Student Center Theatre, the University will present its inaugural Earth Semester Awards. The awards will recognize students, faculty, staff and area residents for six different categories. Following the awards, students who attended the "Power Shift" conference in Washington, D.C., will present original slide shows of their own experience with the environment. Also on April 22, the Eastern Outdoor Club will host a Rock Wall Challenge as part of Eastern's "No Student Left Inside," mission during Earth Semester.
On April 23 at in the Science Building Resource Room, a discussion will take place on Michael Pollan's book, "The Omnivore's Dilemma, A Natural History of Four Meals." The discussion will be moderated by English Professor Miriam Chirico.
On May 2, Adam Lambert will lead a nature walk at Church Farm. The walk begins at in the library parking lot.