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Emerald Earth Film Festival

April 17 - April 24

Center for Environmental Futures presents: Emerald Earth 2021 Film Festival This year’s EEFF theme is “Toxins.” Once you register, you will be able to stream the films on demand! Here is the line-up: Painted Nails by Erica Jordan and Dianne Griffin East LA Interchange by Betsy Kalin Around Crab Orchard by Sarah Kanouse The EEFF is hosted by  Center for […]

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Celebrate Earth Day with film screening of Microplastic Madness

April 16 @ 7:00 pm - April 25 @ 9:00 pm

The Environmental Center and Bendfilm are teaming up to bring you a free screening of Microplastic Madness. Followed by a live panel discussion. Microplastic Madness is an optimistic take on the local and global plastic pollution crisis as told through a refreshing urban youth point of view with an inspiring take action message. The live […]

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12:00 pm


April 20 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

In celebration of Earth Day, join Camp Fire for a discussion around the future of our planet and how we can inspire our kids to become stewards of the environment. By instilling a love of nature, we can give young people the agency and confidence to make a difference in the fight against climate change.

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5:30 pm

Stories from the Sagebrush Sea

April 20 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Join ONDA for the final event in the 2021 High Desert Speaker Series as they take a virtual journey through the high desert with Ed Jahn, Executive Producer of “Oregon Field Guide,” Oregon Public Broadcasting’s flagship television series dedicated to exploring Oregon’s wonders. Ed’s team has crawled every backroad and landscape in Oregon with an […]

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6:00 pm

What Happened Before the Big Bang? with Ethan Siegel

April 20 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

In the 1920’s, cosmologists theorized that the Universe originated from a hotter, denser state: this led to what we know today as the Big Bang. By extrapolating backwards to a variety of temperatures and times, we were able to predict a number of consequences of this scenario. But this extrapolation led to problems as well: […]

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