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Earth Jam at NAU

Earth Jam is the largest Earth Day celebration organized by the NAU Office of Sustainability and Green Jacks to celebrate the Earth and environmental sustainability while getting some sunshine. The purpose of this event is to spread positivity about environmental sustainability, promote campus engagement, and network with students and organizations on campus and in the Flagstaff community.

At Earth Jam, we plan to have a variety of interactive and informative activities, local student bands playing music, artists displaying art, yoga, slack-lining lessons, dancing, rock wall climbing, and so much more.

Club Participation: (You can participate in two ways!)

1.        Tabling: Your club/organization's participation can be as simple as having a table set up with information about your club but we highly encourage each club to facilitate some sort of game or activity relating to the environment, (art display, crafts, games, trivia, etc.). This is great way to get the word out about your group and have fun engaging with the public. If you need some ideas for activities, we are full of them so just ask.

 

2.       Workshop / demonstration activities: We encourage groups to organize a workshop or demonstration of some sort to grab attention and help teach a skill to every participant at the event. This workshop/demo would be an activity that happens once or twice during the event and that is not ongoing, such as yoga, DIY shampoo or cleaning product, raffle drawing, etc. We will have a schedule of things going on at particular times and will announce each workshop/demo.

 

3.       You can do both! Become an Earth Jam Champion and have your club table and host a workshop or demonstration activity.

If you are interested in hosting a Master Recycler table, please contact Dylan at dlenzen@flagstaffaz.gov or (928) 213-2158 and we can register as a participant and provide outreach materials.

Earlier Event: April 20
Earth Day
Later Event: May 1
Curbside Move-Out Outreach