The Importance of Community Gardens

Come celebrate Earth day with Conservation Nebraska! Join us and guest speakers Nathan Morgan, Molly Phemister, and Greg Fripp for a discussion on the advantages of community gardens both at the individual and group level. We will be focusing on our connection with food and how these gardens help anchor communities. This event is free

Lincoln Earth Day Happy Hour

Cosmic Eye Brewing 6800 P St., Lincoln

Join Lincoln Earth Day as we celebrate (on Earth Day!) and gear up for our main events on Saturday, April 24th. Throughout the evening we will be drawing some of our winners from the prize pool entries, highlighting our amazing sponsors, and getting ready for the weekend events! You can join in on the fun

Sustainable Landscapes and Green Infrastructure

Join Conservation Nebraska in learning about sustainable landscapes and green infrastructure from Steve Rodie. Steve will cover sustainable landscape design & plants and explain the importance of landscape appreciation in regards to environmental sustainability. We will learn about which plants are most successful to gain a greener landscape in Nebraska and tips to begin working

Nebraska Recycling Council CHaRM Event

Nebraska Innovation Campus 2021 Transformation Dr., Lincoln

Sustainable spring cleaning just got easier! The Nebraska Recycling Council (NRC) is hosting its annual recycling day event on Saturday, April 24th from 9am - noon at the Nebraska Innovation Campus in Lincoln. NRC’s CHaRM event (a Collection for Hard to Recycle Materials) is a one-stop collection event to recycle old electronics, batteries, scrap metal,

Group Bike Rides

Nebraska Innovation Campus 2021 Transformation Dr., Lincoln

The Lincoln Earth Day Coalition is proud to present an in person option for this 9.2 mile route that begins at Innovation Campus and winds along the John Dietrich Trail for an out and back route that will have a fun BINGO card game component for all ages and abilities. The route can be found

A Year in Review: Sustainability and Climate Action in Lincoln

Over the past year, exciting sustainability and climate action has been taken in Lincoln and our Coalition is excited to highlight some of these amazing initiatives! Join us in hearing from: The City of Lincoln on their Climate Action Plan Lincoln Electric System on their Decarbonization Goal The University of Nebraska-Lincoln on their Environment, Sustainability,

Lincoln Earth Day Family Trivia Night

Join Lincoln Earth Day and the Nebraska Forest Service for a family-fun virtual trivia night! Test your nature knowledge while celebrating all there is to love about Lincoln and Earth Day. Grab your fellow trivia-lovers and tree-huggers for a fun-filled, eco-friendly evening! Register in advance - Zoom link available once registered through eventbrite. Questions or

Mammals About Town

Lincoln and Lancaster County are home to many species of mammals, but finding them isn’t always easy. In this presentation we’ll look at what mammals can be found in the area, what their tracks look like, and what their scat looks like. We’ll also discuss the tracks and scat of some other non-mammal species as

Community Crops Plant Sale

Join us for a fantastic selection of vegetable plants, tasty herbs and beautiful perennials. Your support helps us continue to grow local food in Lincoln! Variety List Now Live Our online store will go live on April 26th, but you can start planning now by checking out our plant variety list today! Please remember that

NIPL Regenerative Gardening Panel

Nebraska IPL is promoting the film Kiss the Ground during the month of April. Kiss the Ground is an engaging film which makes the connection between taking care of the soil and addressing climate change. The film is narrated by film and television star Woody Harrelson. It creates portraits of individuals engaged in regenerative agriculture

Women in Green: Steadfast and Strong

Join us to share stories, experiences, inspire, and connect with amazing women leading and learning in the sustainability field. Steadfast and strong. For the Women in Green community, these words are deeply resonant and capture how women have adapted and endured in an unthinkable year. So, it’s fitting to know these words are also used to

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