4/2 6:00 pm Palouse Clearwater Environmental Institute (PCEI) presents Science After Hours. Contact Daniel for more information at dsidder@pcei.org 

4/3  from 9-4:30 Palouse Conservation District’s Annual Surplus Tree Sale 

4/3 7 pm Palouse Environmental Sustainability Coalition (PESC) introduces at the Kenworthy: Moscow Premier of “Wrenched”. This award winning film captures the passing of the monkey wrench from the pioneers of eco-activism to the new generation which will carry Edward Abbey’s legacy into the 21st Century. A panel discussion will follow.

4/4  from 9-1 Palouse Conservation District’s Annual Surplus Tree Sale 

4/6 7-9pm Join the Palouse-Great Old Broads for Wilderness and Friends of the Clearwater for a fantastic discussion with author George Wuerthner titled, Why Wilderness and parks are the best core conservation mechanism for protecting biodiversity and ecosystems. The event will take place in the Great Room of the 1912 Center, which is located at 412 E. Third Street in Moscow. Free and open to the public.

4/7 1:30 pm Palouse Discovery Science Center 950 NE Nelson Ct, Pullman, WA – Wonder! Science: Plant It! More information at palousescience.net

4/ 8 1:30 Palouse Discovery Science Center 950 NE Nelson Ct, Pullman, WA – Kinder! Science: Top or Bottom? More information at palousescience.net

4/9 10:30 Palouse Discovery Science Center 950 NE Nelson Ct, Pullman, WA – Curious! Kids: Flower Dissection More information at palousescience.net

4/10 10:30 Palouse Discovery Science Center 950 NE Nelson Ct, Pullman, WA – Just Ask Why: What do Plants Need? More information at palousescience.net

4/11 10-1pm Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute 11th Annual Pullman Stream Clean-Up, Spring Street Park, Pullman, WA,     www.pcei.org/events/

4/11 Saturday of Service. Open to UI students to register at https://orgsync.com/57830/forms/93026

4/14 1:30 Palouse Discovery Science Center 950 NE Nelson Ct, Pullman, WA – Wonder! Science: Vernal Equinox. More information at palousescience.net

4/14 4:00 Palouse Discovery Science Center 950 NE Nelson Ct, Pullman, WA – Afterschool Science: Vernal Equinox. More information at palousescience.net

4/15 1:30 Palouse Discovery Science Center 950 NE Nelson Ct, Pullman, WA – Kinder! Science: Busy Birds. More information at palousescience.net

4/15 2:00 Palouse Discovery Science Center 950 NE Nelson Ct, Pullman, WA – Palouse Conservation District Wetland Wednesday (Third Wednesday of Every Month) More information at palousescience.net

4/16 6:30-8pm Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute Winter Wanderings Series: Family Campfire, 1040 Rodeo Rodeo Drive, Moscow
www.pcei.org/events/

4/16 10:30 Palouse Discovery Science Center 950 NE Nelson Ct, Pullman, WA – Curious! Kids: What Happens in Spring? More information at palousescience.net

4/17 10:30 Palouse Discovery Science Center 950 NE Nelson Ct, Pullman, WA – Just Ask Why: Signs of Spring. More information at palousescience.net

4/18/15 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM Palouse Discovery Science Center 950 NE Nelson Ct, Pullman, WA - “What Animals See (including You and Me)” More information at palousescience.net

4/20 – 4/26 University of Idaho Sustainability Center (UISC) is facilitating No Impact Week with challenges each day to help students reduce their impact on this beautiful planet. Look out for similar challenges around the Moscow Food Co-op this week too!

4/21 1:30 Palouse Discovery Science Center 950 NE Nelson Ct, Pullman, WA – Wonder! Science: Parts of the Earth. More information at palousescience.net

4/21 4:00 Palouse Discovery Science Center 950 NE Nelson Ct, Pullman, WA – Afterschool Science: Parts of the Earth. More information at palousescience.net

4/21 Moscow Food Co-op is participating in UISC’s Food Day with a honey taste test and fun facts about the roles our pollinators play in the food system. 

4/22 1:30 Palouse Discovery Science Center 950 NE Nelson Ct, Pullman, WA – Kinder! Science: The Lorax. More information at palousescience.net

Wed 4/22 7-9pm Green Cleaning Workshop at HIRC.  To register contact Moscow Parks & Rec at 883-7084
Fee:                        $10 resident, $12 non-resident
Date:                      Wednesday, April 22, 7 pm-9 pm
Ages:                      Adult—18 years and up
Location:               Hamilton Indoor Rec. Center, Multi-Purpose Room
Instructor:              Moscow Recycling/Sandye Crooks
Min/Max:                Four to fifteen people
Registration:         Now through April 22, 2015

4/22 11-3 University of Idaho Sustainability Center (UISC) will be putting on the Sustainability Showcase which has been known in the past as the Bike Fix event on campus. The Moscow Food Co-op, Backyard Harvest, and others will be there! 

4/22 11am - 2:30pm at the Terrell Mall ASWSU Environmental Sustainability Alliance and the WSU Environmental Science Club present WSU Earth Day Fair. The Moscow Food Co-op, Backyard Harvest, Palouse Conservation District, and others will be there! 

4/22 7 pm Moscow Food Co-op cosponsored with the Palouse Environmental Sustainability Coalition (PESC): Moscow premier of “Origins.” This new documentary challenges us to reevaluate our existence in the modern world, and embrace the simplicities that defined the beginnings of our species. An interdisciplinary panel discussion will follow. 

4/22 10am-12:30pm Compost Bin Project in Albion with WSU Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) & Backyard Harvest contact Ryan at ryan.lazo@wsu.edu for more information. 

4/23 Worm Composting Bin Workshop at the Moscow Food Co-op – You provide the bin and we’ll provide the rest! 

4/23 Palouse Conservation District we will be running a volunteer planting event with ASWSU Environmental Sustainability Alliance. Contact drews@palousecd.org for more information.

4/23 10:30 Palouse Discovery Science Center 950 NE Nelson Ct, Pullman, WA – Curious! Kids: Our Earth. More information at palousescience.net

4/24 10:30 Palouse Discovery Science Center 950 NE Nelson Ct, Pullman, WA – Just Ask Why: Litter Bug. More information at palousescience.net 

4/24, 7 pm Palouse Environmental Sustainability Coalition (PESC) introduces at the 1912 Center Great Room:  The Climate Change Segment of the 2014 updated version of “Cosmos”.  In this broadcast, astrophysicist  Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson discusses the man-made causes of climate change.

4/24 Idaho Arbor Day visit http://www.idahoforests.org/arborday.htm for information on how people in Idaho are celebrating!

4/24 9:00 City of Moscow Cleanup Day – meet at Friendship Square!

4/25 9:30-5:30 Aluminum Can Buy-Back Day at Moscow Recycling
Latah Sanitation and Moscow Recycling want to encourage all Latah County Residents to take this chance to renew their commitment to recycling. Moscow Recycling will celebrate Earth Day by increasing our payout for aluminum cans during buy-back hours (9:30 am - 5:30 pm).  Refreshments and prizes will be provided by community partners.  For more information, call Moscow Recycling at 882-0590.

Sat 4/25 Free Shred Day A free shred day will be offered for Latah County residents.  This service is sponsored by Latah County Solid Waste and the City of Moscow’s Sanitation Department.
Who:    Latah County residents only - Please No Commercial Businesses
When:   Saturday, April 25, 9 am—3 pm
Where:  Old Tidyman’s parking lot - 1638 S. Blaine St., Moscow
What:    Bring in old papers, personal     records, and documents to be   professionally shredded on-site.  Limit 3 paper grocery bags per customer.
For questions please call Latah County Solid Waste at (208) 883-5706.

4/25, 9 am - 4 pm Palouse Environmental Sustainability Coalition (PESC) introduces in the 1912 Center Great Room:  Dr Maria Talero, an eco-philosopher from the University of Colorado at Denver, will lead a series of workshops on “Building a Resilient Palouse in the Age of Climate Change.” 

4/25 10:30 – 2 University of Idaho Sustainability Center (UISC) presents Moscow Race for Action. More information available at http://www.uidaho.edu/community-connections/sustainability-center/get-involved/moscow-race-for-action 

4/25 9:30 WSU Campus on the Run at Student Recreation Center Court. This year Backyard Harvest is the beneficiary for the event. More information can be found at https://urec.wsu.edu/special-events/campus-on-the-run-5k/

4/25 10-1pm Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute 25th Annual Paradise Creek Clean-Up, 1040 Rodeo Drive, Moscow, ID     www.pcei.org.events/