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Earth Day Tampa Bay 2011

Earth Day Tampa Bay 2011

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A Univeristy of South Florida client-centered school project promoting Earth Day Tampa Bay 2011
A Univeristy of South Florida client-centered school project promoting Earth Day Tampa Bay 2011

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Published by: sjapples on Apr 20, 2011
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Tampa Bay Sierra Club
and the
University of South Florida’s
Office of Sustainability
invite you to this exciting event!
Join us in promoting our community’s
pride in our local environment.
Saturday, April 23, 2011
10:00 am to 5:00 pm
USF Botanical Gardens
(one block north of the corner of Fowler Ave. & Bruce B. Downs Blvd.)
Admission and Parking are FREE
Use of alternative transportationis encouraged!!!http://www.usf.edu/earthday
Did you know???
Since 1995, over 2,500 trees have been plantedthroughout the USF campus.USF has reduced land area that is being covered andwill be allowed to remain an open space by buildingtaller, not wider.Currently, there are more than 4 miles of bike laneson the Tampa campus.USF is a Charter Participant of the Association forthe Advancement of Sustainability in HigherEducation (AASHE) Sustainability Tracking, Assess-ment & Rating System (STARS).
USF’s Bull Runner Transit System is free to
students/faculty/staff on campus; Over one millionfree rides are provided per year throughout thecampus, connecting neighborhoods around campus,
and to a HART station (Tampa’s Public Bus System).
Established in 1995, USF’s Solar Energy Charging
Station is the first 20,000-watt solar chargingstation in the United States.
Since 1990, USF’s Physical Plant has operated an
extensive recycling program in which solids areburned to generate electricity, scrap metal recycled,and some food waste used as compost by the USFGrounds department.USF recycled over 48 tons of aluminum and over9,700 tons of mixed paper from 1996 to 1997.
To learn more about how USFand local businesses continueto take pride of place in ourlocal community, mark yourcalendar and be sure not tomiss this spectacular event!!!Be Seen!!! Be Green!!!
Event Address
USF Botanical Gardens
12210 USF Pine DriveTampa, FL 33612
Website:http://www.cas.usf.edu/gardenFor more information,please contact us at:
Email:EarthDay@usf.edu.Phone: (813) 974-5397

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