EarthFest Speakers Encourage Students To Renew Commitment To Environment
EarthFest speakers encourage students to renew commitment to environment
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By Bre Bradham | Monday, April 10Photo by Bre Bradham | The Chronicle
The event included display tables and interactive games along with a lemur mascot.
A smoothie-making bicycle, tabletop displays, a band and two Democratic legislators converged on Abele Quadrangle Sunday afternoon for the Environmental Alliance’s EarthFest.
The theme of this year’s event was “Our Planet at a Crossroads,” explained first-year Elliott Davis, who is involved with the Environmental Alliance. The event featured interactive games, information booths and speeches by two of Durham’s legislative representatives—U.S. Rep. G.K. Butterfield and State Sen. Mike Woodard, …