See the “vampires of the Great Lakes,” sea lamprey, and learn how they can destroy fish populations by sucking their blood.
Watch award-winning magician, Jania Taylor, present “The Magic of Recycling,” a magic show that talks about the importance of reducing the half-ton of trash each household produces every year.
See reptiles and amphibians–turtles, frogs, salamanders, and lizards, that are declining in population. Learn what we can do to help their survival.
Make and Take projects for children feature Bird Houses, Nature Weaving, Mason Bee Houses, and Native Seed Planting.
Visit more than 30 exhibitors to learn more about our earth, the environment, and the importance of conservation. All programs are free and open to the public.
E-Waste contains hazardous materials that end up in our soil, water, and air, when they are disposed of improperly. A trailer will be outside the former West Elementary School near the library, collecting computer equipment, cables, DVD players, scanners, routers and other e-waste.
The Earth Week Plus mission is to educate and provide information about endangered species, invasive species, best conservation practices, scientific study of the Great Lakes, recycling, energy, soil, water quality, and more.
For thirteen years, Earth Week Plus volunteers have secured funding to sponsor educational programs—all free and open to the public. Participants top a thousand people yearly.