Lunch and learn about latest in sustainability at Marylhurst
All are invited to the Marylhurst University campus to lunch and learn about the latest in sustainable practices April 16 through 19. Attendees may enjoy a healthy lunch at Savor Café while meeting with local employers invested in sustainable practices and chatting with community organizers about how to advance Earth-friendly actions.
Participating organizations include Clackamas County Resource Conservation and Solid Waste teaching about recycling; Imperfect Produce introducing their program with free samples of fruits and vegetables; and Marylhurst faculty sharing information about the university's master's program in Food Systems and Society. The complete list is available online at events.marylhurst.edu/earth18.
The event takes place Monday through Thursday, April 16 through 19 between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. at Savor Café, Clark Commons on the Marylhurst University campus, 17600 Pacific Hwy., Marylhurst. All is free with the exception of lunch which is available for purchase.
As a leader in higher education and the community Marylhurst University is actively engaged in sustainability. The university works to set an example of service, social responsibility and stewardship in the natural world through campus-based sustainability initiatives and academic programs such as the MBA in Sustainable Business and the MS in Food Systems and Society. In 2016, Clackamas County presented the University with Gold level certification in the Leaders in Sustainability program in recognition of its efforts to take concrete steps to minimize waste, conserve energy and water, invest in employees and support the community.