The Sustainability Office will celebrate Sustainability Day Thursday, Oct. 22, with three activities on campus.
From 1 to 4 p.m. in Huff’s Lounge, lower level of Memorial Student Center, Sustainapalooza will offer information on ways to become involved in sustainable programs at UW-Stout, such as the improved Rideshare program, Bike Share bike rental and recycling efforts. Also, free, healthy snacks will be available from the UW-Sprout Campus Garden.
From 1 to 2 p.m., at the west entrance to the student center, the UW-Stout Cycling Club will show students and staff how to use the two new Bike Fixtation repair stations. The other station is outside Merle M. Price Commons, and a third one is planned for north campus. The stations are equipped with various bike tools to help bikers perform routine repairs, as well as an air pump.
At 7 p.m. in room 321 of the Applied Arts Building, there will be a free showing of the documentary “True Cost.” It examines the impact that the fashion industry has on workers and the world.