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Teaching Green - The April Green Hour

Tuesday, April 17 - 6pm at Legend - 5614 E Washington Street, 46219

This month we'll continue our effort to provide a forum for 'Green' in Indianapolis by bringing you Colleen McCormick, the Director of IUPUI's Office of Sustainability.

You already know that IUPUI is one of the most popular and important institutions of higher education in our city. What better place then is there to teach and promote sustainability for our future? What better place to create a hub of sustainability education and information?

Find out how and why IUPUI formed an Office of Sustainability. Hear what their goals are, how they're pursuing them and how you can get involved. 

Local and Social; an hour of Green with Friends and Neighbors. Join us and bring a friend!


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