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During the fourth week of Earth Month, residents are encouraged to visit the City of Evanston’s Instagram story daily for pictures and fun facts about different flora and fauna living throughout Evanston.
Other fun community events and activities happening this week:
Why Preserve Native Trees and Shrubs, and Plant More
April 29, 6:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.
Join Natural Habitat Evanston to learn more about how trees can help slow climate change, raise property values, protect from winter winds and summer heat, filter our storm water, and fight extinctions. Register Here.
Building an All-Electric Home
Friday, April 30, 1 p.m. until 2 p.m.
Join Dick Co of the Evanston Development Cooperative (EDC) for a discussion about how our City can better meet its Climate Action & Resiliency Plan (CARP) goals by reducing carbon emissions in the built environment. Register Here.
Quest 4 the Environment
Through May 20.
The Quest is a two-month-long initiative where community members will have the opportunity to showcase their ability to make environmentally sustainable changes such as reducing, reusing, replenishing, and recycling in the home, with the family, and in the community.