Events

Iowa City Farmer's Market

October 23, 2021 - 7:30am

The Iowa City Farmers Market is managed by the Iowa City Parks and Recreation Department. It is an open-air market held in the Chauncey Swan parking ramp, Chauncey Swan Park, and on E. Washington St. in downtown Iowa City from May through October. They strive to serve culturally and economically diverse populations by providing access to fresh, locally produced products.

Net Impact Discussion with Entrepreneur Garik Himebaugh

Net Impact Discussion with Entrepreneur Garik Himebaugh

October 27, 2021 - 7:00pm

Join Net Impact and the Office of Sustainability for a Net Impact discussion with Garik Himebaugh, who will talk about his journey as an entrepreneur while starting his business, Eco-Stylist. In addition to his business, Garik will talk about the sustainability aspect to his business and the fashion industry.

Net Impact Discussion with Entrepreneur Garik Himebaugh

Net Impact Discussion with Entrepreneur Garik Himebaugh

October 27, 2021 - 7:00pm

Join Net Impact and the Office of Sustainability for a Net Impact discussion with Garik Himebaugh, who will be talking about his journey as an entrepreneur while starting his business, Eco-Stylist. In addition to his business, Garik will be talking about the sustainability aspect to his business and the fashion industry.

Iowa City Farmer's Market

October 30, 2021 - 7:30am

The Iowa City Farmers Market is managed by the Iowa City Parks and Recreation Department. It is an open-air market held in the Chauncey Swan parking ramp, Chauncey Swan Park, and on E. Washington St. in downtown Iowa City from May through October. They strive to serve culturally and economically diverse populations by providing access to fresh, locally produced products.

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    University in the Big10 to receive
    Fair Trade University designation
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    million pounds of waste composted,
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    awarded in funding for sustainability
    research across the UI campus
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    spent every year by UI Housing and Dining
    to purchase local foods, dairy, and goods
    from local farmers and vendors

    Rated “Silver” in Sustainability Tracking (STARS) by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.
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