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Project 4 Cancelled Due to Weather

Important Notice for All Those Who Registered for Service Learning Project 4 (Trash Clean Up at the Lilly ARBOR)


Project 4, scheduled for Saturday, March 24, is cancelled.

The back-up date, Sunday, March 25, has also been cancelled.


Don't Feed the Geese

Be Gone Fowl Creature!

It's a sure sign of spring when geese are back on campus (and the bird puns take wing). 

National Groundwater Awareness Week

March 11-17 is National Groundwater Awareness Week


   Major aquifers of the United States. Map by Jake Aydelott (2016).


Invasive Species Awareness Week

It's Invasive Species Awareness Week!

Symposium: Insects as Food and Feed


How to save the planet and get protein too!


Are you concerned about the environmental impacts of animal agriculture? Have you ever wondered about using insects as an alternative source of protein?  If so, the Black Fly Soldier Symposium may be for you.

Service Opportunity: Pollinator Garden

Union Chapel United Methodist Church to Install Pollinator Garden

Why Birds Matter


Education Outreach Highlights for Summer/Fall 2017

It has been a busy time for education outreach at CEES, with more than 7300 people participating this past season. CEES activities have included summer weather camps, expansion of the Center's Discovering the Science of the Environment program, a visit to the state fair, and various other outreach events. 


Fall 2017 Service Learning Highlights

Over 400 IUPUI students and faculty participated in CEES's service learning program, working to maintain and restore natural areas at Eagle's Crest, Starling Nature Sanctuary, Holliday Park, Sodalis Park, Oaklandon, Fall Creek, and the Lilly ARBOR. In keeping with tradition, most projects focused on removal of Amur Bush Honeysuckle (Lonicera maackii).


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