CURRENT EVENTS

- Community Planting Day : April 13th from 8:30am - 11am, Kern County Fair Grounds (Public Event)

We are very excited to announce our first community planting day in partnership with KC Farms at the Kern County Fairgrounds! This is a public event, all are welcome to join us in planting fruits and vegetables, no experience or prior gardening knowledge is necessary. All the produce grown will be donated to the CSUB Food Pantry in order to better serve those students, staff, and faculty members who are in need. Click here for more information

- Strata Credit Union's Earth Day Extravaganza : April 20th from 9am - 1pm, 4180 Coffee Road (Public Event)

Join us in championing a cleaner, greener and more beautiful Bakersfield. This event features a multi-service recycling point, sustainable efforts vendors, music, and an edible gardening activity to support the CSUB student food pantry and edible garden. Take advantage of free document shredding, secure electronic waste recycling, bulky waste drop off,  a home & household goods donation point, and information about sustainable living, clean air, living green and more. This event is free and open to the entire community.  Attendees are encouraged to bring a nonperishable food or monetary donation to the CSUB food pantry/edible garden. Click here for more information

Stewards of the Land: Sustainability and Beautification : April 27th from 2pm - 4pm,

Alumni Park (Public Event)

 

 

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Contact Us

Have questions or want to get involved? Email us at sustainability@csub.edu

Jennifer Sanchez 
Sustainability Coordinator
CSU Bakersfield
(661) 654-3552
jsanchez93@csub.edu

For the full directory of CSUB Sustainability team members, click team directory page.

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