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Organization/Business NameExhibitorDo you require access to electricity?Exhibitors: List of activities, educational materials or demonstrations you plan to provide at Earth Day.PhoneEmailDate Created
Holly Reed Hats(620) 605-2351Email hidden; Javascript is required.January 22, 2020
Evergy

We will hand out animal and plant ID booklets (co-sponsored by/with Great Plains Nature Center). We will do drawings for free bird and bat box. We will share information on our company Green Team, local projects and ways we can work within the community and focus on youth environmental education opportunities.

Would like electricity to be available please.

(620) 235-2505Email hidden; Javascript is required.January 17, 2020
The Driveway Diner BBQ(417) 621-8991Email hidden; Javascript is required.January 15, 2020
PSU Nature Reach

We will need a table for a tablecloth. We will have preserved specimens on tables, examples of ways to help wildlife, brochures, and a couple of easy activities we can rotate through throughout the day. Due to the nature of this outdoor event, we may or may not be able to have a live animal. We will need some space--maybe a 10'x10' area to have some activities for kids.

(620) 235-4805Email hidden; Javascript is required.January 14, 2020
BH Candle Supply(913) 206-2550Email hidden; Javascript is required.January 13, 2020
Pittsburg Recycles, LLC

Recycling!

(620) 202-0261Email hidden; Javascript is required.January 13, 2020
Heartland Beekeepers Association of SEK

We plan to offer continuous Q & A about bees and beekeeping.
Set up a new hive to show the parts.
Hand out brochures about our organization.
Sell local honey harvested by our members.

(620) 687-0643Email hidden; Javascript is required.April 10, 2019
PSU Library Services

My activity would be growing milkweed plants for monarch butterflies. I would bring soil, peat pots, milkweed seeds, and educational materials. The goal is to have attendees stop by, assemble their own pot with seeds and soil, and take literature about monarch butterflies. The attendees can stop by and take 5 minutes to assemble their own, or take a small lunch bag with the items in it.

(620) 235-4892Email hidden; Javascript is required.April 9, 2019
SeraphImages

Works of 2-D art with an ecological theme.

(620) 875-1283Email hidden; Javascript is required.April 8, 2019
Calvin's Catering(620) 249-0490Email hidden; Javascript is required.April 8, 2019
Calvin's Catering(620) 249-0490Email hidden; Javascript is required.April 8, 2019
Miners & Monroe(620) 704-5412Email hidden; Javascript is required.April 6, 2019
Pittsburg State University

Booklet on urban wildlife, created by Pitt State student Katlin Dunsing
A few mammal and bird specimens to view from the Pitt State collection
Camera trap photograph slides of local mammals in and around Pittsburg

(620) 235-4947Email hidden; Javascript is required.April 5, 2019
Sperry-Galligar Audubon

We will have brochures describing who we are and what we do. We will have a few Sperry-Galligar Audubon T-shirts for sale. We will display our banner with our name and the words "Education" and "Conservation" A few of our members will sit at the table and field questions from 11:00 to 3:00

(620) 632-4280Email hidden; Javascript is required.April 4, 2019
Pittsburg State University Nature Reach

Vertical banner and brochures.

(620) 704-0034Email hidden; Javascript is required.April 4, 2019
Sustainability Advisory Committee

information about conserving resources, sign up sheets for volunteers for clean up activities, and opportunity to talk with citizens about sustainability concerns.

(620) 249-3205Email hidden; Javascript is required.April 3, 2019
Deals On The Bus(913) 687-7139Email hidden; Javascript is required.April 2, 2019
Live Well Crawford County

We are still talking about what things Live Well can do. We have a lot of different options that we have done in past exhibits such as healthy eating exhibits, healthy recipe handouts, or active living activities.

(620) 704-0019Email hidden; Javascript is required.April 2, 2019
Downtown Advisory Board

We will provide downtown tote bags and informational pamphlets for shopping local and the impact it has on the economy. We'll also provide information about what the DAB is doing at that time and provide opportunity for community members to get involved.

(316) 214-5688Email hidden; Javascript is required.April 2, 2019
BH Candle Supply(913) 206-2550Email hidden; Javascript is required.April 1, 2019
Pittsburg State University - Recycling Program

Educational materials will include program information and statistics regarding the Recycling Program at PSU along with, possibly, some promotional items at no charge.

(620) 235-4780Email hidden; Javascript is required.March 29, 2019
PSU Students 4 Sustainability

TBA

(620) 238-2985Email hidden; Javascript is required.March 28, 2019
Pittsburg Recycles, LLC

Info.

(620) 238-1892Email hidden; Javascript is required.March 28, 2019
Cub Scout Pack 151 & Troop 151

"Into the Woods"

Educational materials: We will have a tri-fold poster display showing native trees and native plant species to our area. Also on the poster the parts of a tree. We also plan to display a portion of a tree trunk so kids can learn what the rings of a tree look like and mean.

Activity: kids will get to plant a "native" seed that they've learned about in a cup with potting soil. (I'm hoping to get both the seeds and the potting soil donated, if approved I will start that process)

If allowed Troop 151 has a surplus of popcorn we would love to set out for sale. Also Pack 151 is selling candy bars to raise money for camping supplies.

(620) 404-0012Email hidden; Javascript is required.March 27, 2019
YMCA Pittsburg

List of YMCA functions

(417) 844-9266Email hidden; Javascript is required.March 20, 2019
Organization/Business NameExhibitorDo you require access to electricity?Exhibitors: List of activities, educational materials or demonstrations you plan to provide at Earth Day.PhoneEmailDate Created