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Learn the latest information, products and how being green can b e fun, easy, and even save you money! Pets Ready for Adoption Adopt a puppy, kitten, dog, or cat through Central MN Animal Care & Control. Recycle Your Household Items Central Appliance Recyclers will be accepting cell phones, laptops and household batteries. Bring a laptop to enter to win a $100 gift card. Wildlife Education Experience Experience the joy and wonder through engaging activities for all ages. DISSECT hawk and owl pellets, PLAY animal and prairie matching games, and DISCOVER skulls, feet, feathers and even hawks! So much more! See following page. MidMinnesota Woodturners Providing education, preservation and inspiration. Buy turned-wood objects and see demonstrations on a mid1800 s vintage treadle lathe. Free Food. Sample organic locally sourced food. Infused water being provided by: Meet a Yak! Get up close to their humped backs, long silky tails and even scratch their wooly heads. S.C.R.A.P.S. Recycle Creatively Join the St. Cloud Arts Commission in honoring Earth Day while creating cool art. Energy Savings in Your Home Explore renewable energy solutions with Xcel Energy. Husky Fried Ride Do you smell French Fries? Board the Husky Fried Ride and smell for yourself. Sustainable Door Prizes Visit the Sustainability Committee booth to register for door prizes including Metro Bus passes, Compost Site passes, a plant from Munsinger Gardens and more! Fresh Produce Green Cleaning Products Artisan Bread Rain Barrels/Compost Bins Preserves Solar Solutions Eco-Clothing Green Your Home Natural Skin Care Green Building Active Living CSA s community supported agriculture Bannockburn Farms Kalahari Foods The Local Blend Good Earth Coop 11am 3pm EXPO AND LIVE MUSIC WILDLIFE EDUCATION EXPERIENCE

11:30am DR. DAVID KROSKA Live Well: Lifestyle of Health and Sustainability 12:30pm PRESENTATION OF SUSTAINABILITY AWARDS Mayor Kleis honoring Dr. David Kroska and St. Cloud Metro Bus 12:45pm DAVID ABAZS VICTUS Farms: Growing Renewable Fuel and Food 1:45pm DR. JOHN ABRAHAM Climate Change: What Do We Really Know? ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FOLLOWING PAGE. Directions From 5th Avenue turn east on 11th Street S. Follow 11th Street to 4th Avenue, turn left into the parking lot. Halenbeck Hall is on the right. Parking Event parking available in front parking lot of Halenbeck as well as north of University Drive in South Pay Lot and N Lot. Street parking may also be available. Parking is free. Explore how the City of St. Cloud is going green in its operation and policy! Buy a rain barrel or compost bin Police Department Bike Rodeo Seeds from Munsinger Clemens Gardens Register for Summer Recreation Programs Pick up 5 gallon bucket of compost Fire safety tips and sit in a fire truck Buy 2012 Compost Permits View Community Survey Results For more information, call 320-255-7218 Inspiring musical performances by Cannery Row and Cristina Seaborn/Gerry Grider. Sodexo 70+ Exhibitors. Learn the latest information, products and how being green can b e fun, easy, and even save you money! Pets Ready for Adoption Adopt a puppy, kitten, dog, or cat through Central MN Animal Care & Control. Recycle Your Household Items Central Appliance Recyclers will be accepting cell phones, laptops and household batteries. Bring a laptop to enter to win a $100 gift card. Wildlife Education Experience Experience the joy and wonder through engaging activities for all ages. DISSECT hawk and owl pellets, PLAY animal and prairie matching games, and DISCOVER skulls, feet, feathers and even hawks! So much more! See following page. MidMinnesota Woodturners Providing education, preservation and inspiration. Buy turned-wood objects and see demonstrations on a mid1800 s vintage treadle lathe. Free Food. Sample organic locally sourced food. Infused water being provided by:

Meet a Yak! Get up close to their humped backs, long silky tails and even scratch their wooly heads. S.C.R.A.P.S. Recycle Creatively Join the St. Cloud Arts Commission in honoring Earth Day while creating cool art. Energy Savings in Your Home Explore renewable energy solutions with Xcel Energy. Husky Fried Ride Do you smell French Fries? Board the Husky Fried Ride and smell for yourself. Sustainable Door Prizes Visit the Sustainability Committee booth to register for door prizes including Metro Bus passes, Compost Site passes, a plant from Munsinger Gardens and more! Fresh Produce Green Cleaning Products Artisan Bread Rain Barrels/Compost Bins Preserves Solar Solutions Eco-Clothing Green Your Home Natural Skin Care Green Building Active Living CSA s community supported agriculture Bannockburn Farms Kalahari Foods The Local Blend Good Earth Coop 11am 3pm EXPO AND LIVE MUSIC WILDLIFE EDUCATION EXPERIENCE 11:30am DR. DAVID KROSKA Live Well: Lifestyle of Health and Sustainability 12:30pm PRESENTATION OF SUSTAINABILITY AWARDS Mayor Kleis honoring Dr. David Kroska and St. Cloud Metro Bus 12:45pm DAVID ABAZS VICTUS Farms: Growing Renewable Fuel and Food 1:45pm DR. JOHN ABRAHAM Climate Change: What Do We Really Know? ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FOLLOWING PAGE. Directions From 5th Avenue turn east on 11th Street S. Follow 11th Street to 4th Avenue, turn left into the parking lot. Halenbeck Hall is on the right. Parking Event parking available in front parking lot of Halenbeck as well as north of University Drive in South Pay Lot and N Lot. Street parking may also be available. Parking is free.

Explore how the City of St. Cloud is going green in its operation and policy! Buy a rain barrel or compost bin Police Department Bike Rodeo Seeds from Munsinger Clemens Gardens Register for Summer Recreation Programs Pick up 5 gallon bucket of compost Fire safety tips and sit in a fire truck Buy 2012 Compost Permits View Community Survey Results For more information, call 320-255-7218 Inspiring musical performances by Cannery Row and Cristina Seaborn/Gerry Grider. Sodexo

Dr. David Kroska Live Well: Lifestyle of Health and Sustainability Dr. Kroska was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, and has been a practicing OBGYN physician for over 30 years in St. Cloud. As founder and Physician Director of the LIFE Program at CentraCare, he has positively improved the lives of many Central Minnesota residents. His professional interest in wellness matches his personal commitment to healthy living. He is an avid organic gardener, founding ACME Tomato, a micro-business promoting tomato, pepper and eggplant transplants. His wife of 31 years, Susan, is an inspired cook who enjoys baking artisan whole grain breads in the wood-fired oven David made. His free time is spent with his wife and their eight children (seven daughters and one son) in their family garden and apple orchard. Dr. John Abraham Climate Change: What Do We Really Know? Dr. Abraham is a Professor of Thermal Sciences at the University of St. Thomas. His research areas include renewable power development and oceanographic temperature measurements. He has been an active public speaker on the dangers of climate change. Dr. Abraham formed the Climate Science Rapid Response Team which consists of approximately 150 of the world's best climate scientists. Their mission is to improve communication between scientists and the larger public. He became well known in the field of climate science after his public debate with climate denier Christopher Monckton. That debate received international attention and was covered in the US, Europe, and Australia. David Abazs VICTUS Farms: Growing Renewable Fuel and Food As a farmer, Senior Fellow and Endowed Chair in Agriculture at University of Minnesota Duluth, David is a leader in increasing the percentage of food that is produced regionally, and modeling how the Lake Superior bioregion can map out their own pathway. As a member of the VICTUS Farms Design Team, Abazs led the partnership between the City of Silver Bay and UMD s Center for Sustainable Community Development to build an 8,600 square foot facility that houses a self contained food and energy generating ecosystem. David is owner of Round River Farm & Renewables LLC and Financial Services LLC as well as a non-profit, Shalom Seed Sanctuary, in Finland, MN. His farm is solar and wind powered using an intensive cropping system and provides educational opportunities for local and international delegations. David s family s ongoing quest is to live simply so that others may simply live. Classroom 348 Dr. David Kroska Live Well: Lifestyle of Health and Sustainability Dr. Kroska was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, and has been a practicing OBGYN physician for over 30 years in St. Cloud. As founder and Physician Director of the LIFE Program at CentraCare, he has positively improved the lives of many Central Minnesota residents. His professional interest in wellness matches his personal commitment to healthy living. He is an avid organic gardener, founding ACME Tomato, a micro-business promoting tomato, pepper and eggplant transplants. His wife of 31 years, Susan, is an inspired cook who enjoys baking artisan whole grain breads in the wood-fired oven David made. His free time is spent with his wife and their eight children (seven daughters and one son) in their family garden and apple orchard. Dr. John Abraham Climate Change: What Do We Really Know? Dr. Abraham is a Professor of Thermal Sciences at the University of St. Thomas. His research areas include renewable power

development and oceanographic temperature measurements. He has been an active public speaker on the dangers of climate change. Dr. Abraham formed the Climate Science Rapid Response Team which consists of approximately 150 of the world's best climate scientists. Their mission is to improve communication between scientists and the larger public. He became well known in the field of climate science after his public debate with climate denier Christopher Monckton. That debate received international attention and was covered in the US, Europe, and Australia. David Abazs VICTUS Farms: Growing Renewable Fuel and Food As a farmer, Senior Fellow and Endowed Chair in Agriculture at University of Minnesota Duluth, David is a leader in increasing the percentage of food that is produced regionally, and modeling how the Lake Superior bioregion can map out their own pathway. As a member of the VICTUS Farms Design Team, Abazs led the partnership between the City of Silver Bay and UMD s Center for Sustainable Community Development to build an 8,600 square foot facility that houses a self contained food and energy generating ecosystem. David is owner of Round River Farm & Renewables LLC and Financial Services LLC as well as a non-profit, Shalom Seed Sanctuary, in Finland, MN. His farm is solar and wind powered using an intensive cropping system and provides educational opportunities for local and international delegations. David s family s ongoing quest is to live simply so that others may simply live. Classroom 348 Community Health and Education Body Kinetics Massage Therapy BLEND: Better Living: Exercise & Nutrition Daily Central MN Animal Care & Control Natural Parks & Trails Coalition Holistic Moms Network Sauk Rapids Green CentraCare LIFE Program The Nature Conservancy Take Back Your Time La Leche League Mississippi Partners Imagine Chiropractic St. Cloud Area Sustainability Committee Transportation St. Cloud Metro Bus Retail

Always Design & EcoBangle Skin Salvy, LLC Breaksea Upcycle Good Intentions Soap Company Norwex Daisy Blue Naturals Scentsy Steve Corralejo, Artist Daylily Spa and Salon Bernick s Sam s Club Stickman Cliff Aihu Essentials for Healing My Healing Arts It Works Energy Efficiency Powerfully Green RetroGreen Energy Apex Solar Clean Energy Resource Teams Youth Energy Summit Xcel Energy Aladdin Solar Array Solar Go Solar, Inc. Recycling and Waste Reduction Central Appliance Recyclers Tri-County Solid Waste Commission Second Life Paper Food, Farming and Agriculture

Whole Farm Coop Emmerich s Produce Rolling Hills Traeger Ranch Prairie Drifter Farm Pelucidor Farms The Local Blend Emy Mini Donuts Pastures A Plenty Gary s Caramels Sauk Rapids Farmers Market Granite City Granola Graceful Goodness, LLC Bannockburn Farms ACME Tomato Central MN Sustainability Project Market Monday Good Earth Coop Wildtree Walz Family Pastures Cedar Hill Farm Main Stage on Gym Floor 11:00 am to 12:30 pm Cannery Row 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm Cristina Seaborn and Gerry Grider Mayor Dave Kleis Presentation of the 2012 Sustainability Awards Main Stage on Gym Floor Dr. David Kroska: As a humble icon of sustainability in the St. Cloud area for many years, Dr. Kroska teaches sustainability by example and mentorship. Dr. Kroska is the founder of the LIFE program at CentraCare, a lifestyle modification course focusing on healthy eating, healthy behaviors and responsible/sustainable farming and living practices. St. Cloud Metro Bus: Awarded America s Best Transit System of its Size in 1990 and 2007, St. Cloud Metro Bus is consistently increasing ridership and making buses more environmentally friendly. A partnership between Metro Bus and SCSU brought to reality the nation s first public bus powered by recycled vegetable oil-the Husky Fried Ride. Sustainability is paying off; system-wide ridership has reached an all time high with a total of over 2 million

riders since beginning service in 1947. Wildlife Education Experience Open All Day -Fun for All Ages! Classroom 302 -Follow the Bird Banners Nature is closer than you think. Bring your family to experience the joy and won der through engaging activities for all ages. It s free and open all day. Spend a few minutes or stay an hour. There will be plenty of activities for you to explore including DISSECT hawk and owl pellets, VIEW animal homes of galls, hornets and mud daubers and what they are made of, PLAY animal/prairie matching games and learn what seeds become when they grow up, VISIT the Animal Restaurant and order lunch, ENJOY a fun nature art project with animal stencils and ceramic tiles, CREATE stories with animal puppets, DISCOVER how adaptation helps the living thing do certain things to survive, and ENJOY children s stories. Sponsored by: