Past Events

Earth Day 2012 April 19th At both Middletown and Newburgh Campuses
CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF EVENTS

This year’s NEES gathering is being hosted by Bard College and the Bard Center for Environmental Policy, on Friday 9/23, to Saturday 9/24. Come join us for a relaxing and engaging weekend in the Hudson Valley.

Green Informational Events at the Fall 2011 "I-Connect" Week.
Read more here

Curious about Campus Sustainability?

Join us for a short PowerPoint presentation, refreshments, conversation, and camaraderie on Thursday, October 6th from 11 to 11:45 am in the Bio Tech room 313 as we explore what our college has done so far, is doing right now and how you can take part in the continued "Greening of SUNY Orange.

Day Place/Time Lecture

2014 Earth Day Celebrations at both Campuses, April 22


Middletown, the event will take place from 10 AM – 2 PM on the Campus Green (rain locations: Fireplace Lounge in the Student Shepard Center). Newburgh’s Earth Day Fair will take place from 10 AM-2 PM in Kaplan Hall, 1st floor.

Come out and enjoy a great variety of Green events at both campuses including student club displays, Ask-a-Master Gardener, rideshare, TerraCycle, and green career information, environmental organizations, speakers, music, and poetry, and a plant sale (Middletown Campus only). In addition, at the Middletown campus, you will be able to meet Kelly from Glebocki Farms, (our CSA farmer) and have an opportunity to sign up for the CSA.

If you have any questions or would like to get involved, please contact Kirsten.gabrielsen@sunyorange.edu

Wednesday April 30, 2014 from 9am to 5:30pm with optional tours and evening reception Brown University campus in Providence, RI 10th Annual meeting of the Northeast Campus Sustainability Consortium.
The morning will be devoted to discussing key campus sustainability issues and the afternoon sessions will focus on professional development and setting the future agenda for NECSC.
See http://necsc.wordpress.com for more information on the meeting. Contact necsc2014@gmail.com if you are interested in presenting and/or facilitating a workshop.
May 7, 2014 Speakers 9:00am 3:45pm, Reception 3:45pm 5:30pm Hudson river Symposium.

SUNY New Paltz, New Paltz, NY
Climate change, urban sprawl, land use, introduced insects, disease and pathogens have far reaching effects through out the Hudson watershed. During this Symposium, several invited experts will discuss the most recent scientific understandings of the changes in the watershed. For updates go to www.hres.org

 

Day Place/Time Lecture
January 29, 2014
Wednesday 9:00am 12:30pm
RIT, 1 Lomb Memorial Drive
Rochester, NY 14623
Center for Integrated Manufacturing Studies BLDG(CIMS) RM2240
Please join us for our 7TH Annual Campus Sustainability Day to share best practices and discover what other campuses are doing.

This event is sponsored by the Biology club and the Sustainability Office of SUNY Orrange.

Day Place/Time Lecture

September 16 & 17, 2013

Jacobs Executive Development Center. 672 Delaware Ave. Buffalo, NY Hosted by the University at Buffalo

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Please join us for the 2013 SUNY Sustainability Conference. Website: http://choose.esc.edu/suny-sustainability/

Conference Presentations are due on Wednesday, May 15th! Submit your presentation here!Conference registration is available online at https://www.ubevents.org/event/sustainability13

The registration fee is $125 per person and includes the reception Thursday night as well as breakfast and lunch on Friday.

 

Day Place/Time Lecture
June 6-8, 2013 at Alfred State Conference on Innovations in Technical Education to Advance Sustainability at Alfred State Technical education practitioners and scholars to present cases, concepts, or ideas that advance, or have the potential to advance, sustainability through innovative educational practice. see attached "Innovations in Technical Education to Advance Sustainability: Student Leadership,"

 

Day Place/Time Lecture
Wednesday, April 3, 2013 at 7 PM Gilman Center, Middletown Campus "Conservation and Restoration of a Threatened Species". Dr. Erik Kiviat, executive director and co-founder of Hudsonia, explains his research and finding regarding the Blanding's turtle, a threatened species. FREE
Saturday, April 6, 2013 9am - 12pm SUNY Orange Devitt Center for Botany and Horticulture Spring 2013 Garden Workshop Series #2: "Plant Propagation, Making More Plants". Workshop includes a lecture and a hands-on component. PRE-REGISTRATION required by 3/22/13. Please contact kirsten.gabrielsen@sunyorange.edu for additional information.
Thursday, April 11, 2013 at 7 PM Gilman Center, Middletown Campus "Nuances in Nature - Native Plants and their Habitats in the Wild". Finger Lakes plantsman Dan Segal shares his knowledge of botany and horticulture to illustrate the advantages of using seed-propagated native plants in the landscape. FREE
Saturday, April 13, 2013 9am - 12pm rain date April 20 SUNY Orange Devitt Center for Botany and Horticulture Spring 2013 Garden Workshop Series #3: "Plant Division". Workshop includes a lecture and an out doors hands-on component. PRE-REGISTRATION required by 3/22/13. Please contact kirsten.gabrielsen@sunyorange.edu for additional information.
Thursday, April 18, 2013, 10 AM - 2 PM

Alumni Green (rain location: Fireplace Lounge, Shepard Center)
Middletown

Earth Day Celebration, Middletown Campus

This year's event will include informational tables (Ask-a-Master Gardener, 511NYRideshare, Environmental groups, Orange County Water Authority, Green Careers, and more), student clubs, Eco-art displays, nature poetry, music, plant and tree seedling sale, E-Waste Collection, and a clothes drive.

Monday, April 22 from 9am - 1pm. Kaplan Hall 1st floor Newburgh

Newburgh Earth Day Fair, Newburgh Campus

All-day event celebrating the environment with interactive displays, music, art, an e-drive, guest speakers. Participants for this year's event include the "Ask a Master Gardner" booth by the Cornell Cooperative Extension, Metropool and Hudson River Sloop Clearwater. Speaker Presentation: "Green Jobs, Green Entrepreneurs: Is an Eco-Friendly Job for You?" 10 a.m. - 11 a.m., The Great Room in Kaplan Hall. A Panel Discussion with: Shabazz Jackson (Greenway Environmental Services), Meridith Nierenberg (Outreach Coordinator for NYSERDA) and Jon Hilowitz (Orange County Rural Development Advisory Corporation). Click here for additional information.

Wednesday, April 24, from 3:30 til 5:30 Hudson River Science Society conference at SUNY New Paltz. Topics on the Hudson River estuary and watershed can include: Climate change and sea-level rise, biogeochemistry, ecosystem dynamics, fisheries and wildlife biology, ecosystem change, non-indigenous species, water quality, volunteer monitoring, cooperative monitoring and science programs, anthropology and archaeology.

 

Day Place/Time Lecture
Feb. 21, 2013 at 7 PM Gilman Center, Middletown Campus

"Reducing your Garden's Carbon Footprint". Brooklyn Botanic Garden Director of Science, Dr. Susan Pell, examines re-purposing old items to use as hard-scaping and growing plants from seed. FREE

Saturday, March 30, 2013 9am - 12pm SUNY Orange Devitt Center for Botany and Horticulture Spring 2013 Garden Workshop Series #1: "Basic Landscape Design". Workshop includes a lecture and a hands-on component. PRE-REGISTRATION required by 3/22/13. Please contact kirsten.gabrielsen@sunyorange.edu for additional information.

 

Day Place/Time Lecture
Thursday, November 15th, 2012 Middletown Campus: 10 AM – 12 NOON.  Mastodon Lobby, Cafeteria Lobby, Library Steps (weather permitting)

Newburgh Campus: 12 NOON – 2 PM. Kaplan Hall

AMERICA RECYCLES DAY; Informational Tables with Recycling Games, Prizes, Information, and Giveaways.


 

Day/Time Place Lecture
BT lobby on Tuesday Sept. 11 at 11-1:30 and in the 1st Street Lobby on Thursday Sept. 13 at 11-1:30. BT lobby (Middletown campus). the 1st Street Lobby (Newburgh campus) Visit the "green" informational tables.

As part of the I-Connect campus wide program, the Office of Sustainability will be on hand to help students connect, and learn about the college's efforts to become more sustainable. In addition a 511NYRideshare.org representative will be available to help students and employees sign up for rideshare opportunities.

6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 19 in the Gilman Center for International Education on the College’s Middletown campus. SUNY ORANGE TO HOST GREEN TECHNOLOGIES OPEN HOUSE. Howard Aschoff Will Discuss Solar Energy; Gordon Smith to Address Energy Efficiency in Buildings.

September 20 & 21, 2012

 

SUNY Sustainability Conference

Syracuse Center of Excellence

727 East Washington Street, Syracuse, NY

Hosted by Onondaga Community College

Conference Website: http://choose.esc.edu/suny-sustainability/2012-conference/

Conference registration is available online at http://choose.esc.edu/suny-sustainability/2012-conference/registration-ope/. The registration fee is $125 per person and includes the reception Thursday night as well as breakfast and lunch on Friday. Please register by Monday, September 10.

The conference agenda is available online at http://choose.esc.edu/suny-sustainability/2012-conference/program/.

For more information contact Sean Vormwald at 315-498-2847 or vormwals@sunyocc.edu.

October 15th - 19th, 2012, 9:30 AM - 2:00 PM, The event will be held in SC 137

Ramapo College of New Jersey Ashwani     Vasishth   
vasishth@ramapo.edu    (201) 684-6616 Associate Professor, Environmental Studies. Director, Master of Arts in Sustainability Studies             http://ramapo.edu/sustainability

Moving Beyond Rio+20, The speakers for this event series are all key players from Civil Society Organizations and from the United Nations, collectively engaged in planning for a post-Rio+20 future. More on the Peoples' Sustainability Treaties can be found here.
A Manifesto that emerged from the Rio+20 dialogues can be found here.

Saturday, October 27, 2012 Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY Environmental Consortium of Colleges and Universities’ 9th Annual Conference. “Rediscovering Higher Education’s Role in the Earth Community” will honor Father Thomas Berry whose teachings inspired the formation of the Environmental Consortium in 2004

· Presentation of the Inaugural Thomas Berry Great Work Award (Nominations due May 30th) · Plenaries and Breakouts (details to follow). · Student and Faculty Inter and Multi-Disciplinary Poster Session

Tuesday, October 30, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Marist College - Cornell Boathouse, NY
Join representatives from colleges across the Hudson Valley and beyond to discuss successes, challenges, and more with food recovery on campus at our 2nd Food Recovery University Rountable!

 

Day/Time Place Lecture
Tuesday, April 10, 2012

6:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. networking

7:00-8:00 PM program
Gilman Center, SUNY Orange Library
115 South Street, Middletown, NY

Biomimicry in Architecture:

Biomimicry is a new design discipline that studies nature’s biology and imitates the model to solve human design and engineering challenges.

Learn to create buildings, products, processes, and policies – new ways of living – that are well adapted to life on earth by emulating nature’s time-tested patterns.

Janus Welton is owner and Principal of EcoArchitecture DesignWorks, PC. She currently teaches the national SBA Sustainable Building Advisor Program at SUNY Ulster. She is a member of the American Institute of Architects; US Green Building Council; LEED accredited professional in Building Design and Construction; an Environmental Building Consultant with International Institute of Building Biology and Ecology,  Certified Biomimicry Specialist; and certificate candidate at PHIUS Passive House Institute.

$10 in advance for USGBC NY Upstate Chapter Members and Students, $15 for Members and Students at the door. $15 advance sales for non-members and $20 for non-members at the door. FREE FOR SUNY ORANGE STUDENTS WITH ID.
Thursday, April 26, 2012 at 7:15PM

Gilman Center for International Education Xeriscaping: Creating a Low Maintenance Water-Wise Landscape

Lecture by: Judy Lawrence, Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County Master Gardener.

This program is free and open to the public and registration is not necessary

 

Day/Time Place Lecture
Tuesday, April 10, 2012

6:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. networking

7:00-8:00 PM program
Gilman Center, SUNY Orange Library
115 South Street, Middletown, NY

Biomimicry in Architecture:

Biomimicry is a new design discipline that studies nature’s biology and imitates the model to solve human design and engineering challenges.

Learn to create buildings, products, processes, and policies – new ways of living – that are well adapted to life on earth by emulating nature’s time-tested patterns.

Janus Welton is owner and Principal of EcoArchitecture DesignWorks, PC. She currently teaches the national SBA Sustainable Building Advisor Program at SUNY Ulster. She is a member of the American Institute of Architects; US Green Building Council; LEED accredited professional in Building Design and Construction; an Environmental Building Consultant with International Institute of Building Biology and Ecology,  Certified Biomimicry Specialist; and certificate candidate at PHIUS Passive House Institute.

$10 in advance for USGBC NY Upstate Chapter Members and Students, $15 for Members and Students at the door. $15 advance sales for non-members and $20 for non-members at the door. FREE FOR SUNY ORANGE STUDENTS WITH ID.
Day/Time Place Lecture
Friday & Saturday, November 11-12 2011

 

The College of Saint Rose, Albany NY The Environmental Consortium

Collaboration Throughout the Hudson River Watershed will bring together faculty, administrators, students, government and community representatives, and non-profit leaders to explore issues, programs, and new initiatives in the watershed.
The conference will provide an opportunity for networking on issues, programs, and new initiatives in the watershed. Workshop topics range from how to better leverage our capacity as institutions, field programs, understanding Hudson with technology, inter-institutional collaboration, and continuance of foodshed dialogue.
Registration is open. Early discount ends October 17th.

Tuesday, January 10, 2012
6:30 – 7:00 networking

7:00-8:00 PM program

Gilman Center, SUNY Orange Library

115 South Street, Middletown, NY

Design for Well Being: Design for control in terms of outdoor air ventilation, temperature, moisture, infiltration, chemical sources and indoor contamination are key elements to achieve a healthy building. Discuss the design and operational considerations for healthy buildings including and ways to measure and evaluate building performance for healthy indoor environment and occupant comfort, safety and health. Clifford Cooper is a Certified Industrial Hygienist, ASHRAE High Performance Building Design Professional, and Certified sustainable Building Advisor with more than 30 years of experience.  He is also a LEED AP for Building Design & Construction, and for Homes. $10 in advance for USGBC NY Upstate Chapter Members and Students, $15 for Members and Students at the door. $15 advance sales for non-members and $20 for non-members at the door. FREE FOR SUNY ORANGE STUDENTS WITH ID.
Thursday, February 9, 2012

6:30 – 7:00 networking

7:00-8:00 PM program

Gilman Center, SUNY Orange Library

115 South Street, Middletown, NY

Comfort By Design: An Intro to HVAC’s VRFZ Technology:  Evaluate the energy efficiency and environmental impact of various types of HVAC, especially the new Variable Refrigerant Flow Zoning (VRFZ) systems. Identify the many design options available with VRFZ, learn how the indoor environmental quality of buildings can be enhanced with VRFZ Technology.  Richard Rogers is the Regional Manager for Mitsubishi Electric and Electronics, covering the New York metro area.  Rich has a mechanical engineering degree from New York Institute of Technology and a business degree from SUNY Geneseo.  He has installed over 75 active and passive solar systems, and has run his own HVAC company. $10 in advance for USGBC NY Upstate Chapter Members and Students, $15 for Members and Students at the door. $15 advance sales for non-members and $20 for non-members at the door. FREE FOR SUNY ORANGE STUDENTS WITH ID.

 

 

Day/Time Place Lecture
Tuesday
September 13, 2011
11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Kaplan Hall
Hudson View Cafe
(Newburgh Campus)
Green Commuter Choices, Find out how you can help the environment, save money, and lower the college's overall carbon footprint. Did you know that 65% of SUNY Orange's carbon emissions are attributed to all of us commuting? Did you also know that SUNY Orange has a Ride Share program ready to help you find carpools in your area? Stop by the Ride Share table, chat with a Ride Share representative, and you'll be on your way to a greener commute.
Tuesday
September 13, 2011
11 a.m.
Kaplan Hall
Room 206
(Newburgh Campus)
Go Green at SUNY Orange, Find out how you can help support SUNY Orange's sustainability efforts and how each of us can make a difference in our daily lives to make our campus and our world greener. This 45-minute presentation will focus on the numerous sustainability initiatives on campus and we invite you to share your ideas and enthusiasm. In addition, you will be able to sign up for "green" volunteer opportunities which will be taking place throughout the year. Light refreshments will be served.
Thursday, September 15, 2011
11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Bio-Tech Building
Lobby (Middletown Campus)
Green Commuter Choices, Find out how you can help the environment, save money, and lower the college's overall carbon footprint. Did you know that 65% of SUNY Orange's carbon emissions are attributed to all of us & commuting? Did you also know that SUNY Orange has a Ride Share program ready to help you find carpools in your area? Stop by the Ride Share table, chat with a Ride Share representative, and you'll be on your way to a greener commute.
Thursday, September 15, 2011
11 a.m.
Bio Tech Building
Room 201 (Middletown Campus)
Go Green at SUNY Orange, Find out how you can help support SUNY Orange's sustainability efforts and how each of us can make a difference in our daily lives to make our campus and our world greener. This 45-minute presentation will focus on the numerous sustainability initiatives on campus and we invite you to share your ideas and enthusiasm. In addition, you will be able to sign up for "green" volunteer opportunities which will be taking place throughout the year. Light refreshments will be served.

Monday 9/19

to Tuesday 9/20
September 2011

SUNY Sustainability Conference

Saratoga Springs, NY

This conference is an opportunity for all involved in sustainability to identify areas where we can work together, learn from each other’s experiences and flex the power of SUNY. Representatives from public and private colleges and universities are welcome to participate. For additional Information view the conference flyer or visit the SUNY website.
Friday 9/23, to Saturday 9/24 Bard Center for Environmental Policy, Bard College, 30 Campus Road, PO Box 5000, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 12504-5000 This year’s NEES gathering is being hosted by Bard College and the Bard Center for Environmental Policy. Come join us for a relaxing and engaging weekend in the Hudson Valley.

 

EARTH DAY IS COMING!

Save the date and celebrate Earth Day with us!

In Middletown, we'll be celebrating on Tuesday, April 19 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on the Alumni Green. (If it rains we'll be in the Shepard Student Center)

The celebration in Newburgh will be on Friday, April 22 from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on the first floor of Kaplan Hall.

See you there!

Earth Day Fair at SUNY Orange, Middletown Campus

WIN PRIZES: Visit as many of the informational tables (listed below) as you can and win a prize. The more tables visited the better the prize!

Informational Tables:

Ask a Master Gardener Computer Club – E-waste collection
Biology Club - Campus clean-up, Tie dye, seed pack sale Dental Club – “Turn off the water” pledges
Engineering Club - Solar Car Ride Share information – better commuting choices
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Solar panel demonstration
SUNY Orange Rain Garden Healthy food choices - Pleasant Stone Farm
OC Water Authority – water resource information Career Services – Green careers
SUNY Orange Library – Paper and print management Basha Kill Area Association – Wildlife management area, Wurtsboro, NY
Sustainability Committee – Sustainability Q and A Recycling – Terra Cycle, cans, bottles, paper, CDs, batteries, etc.
Eco-to-Go – Reducing waste in the cafeteria Carbon Footprint - calculate yours!

Earth Day Fair at SUNY Orange, Newburgh Campus

Friday April 22nd, 9:30 AM-2:30 PM

  • Film screenings
  • Guest speakers
  • Live music
  • Activity booths:
    • Create art work from recycled materials
    • Use a carbon footprint calculator
    • Environmental awareness information

OTHER UPCOMING EVENTS:

Day/Time
Place
Lecture
Saturday,
April 9, 2011

9 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Belleayre Mountain, Overlook Lodge Ashokan Watershed Conference: Floodplain and Stormwater Practices for Towns and Landowners
Ashokan Watershed Stream Management Program will be hosting the Conference. Registration is now open at www.ashokanstreams.org†or by calling 845-688-3047.
Location: Belleayre Mountain, Overlook Lodge
Thursday, April 14, 2011

4:00pm & 7:00pm
New Gilman Center, 115 South st, Middletown, NY A public seminar on Stream Quality in Orange County. Learn how your local stream measures up. For information on this project visit the web site http://waterauthority.orangecountygov.com. Kindly RSVP to Erica Cruz 845 615-3868 or ecruz@orangecountygov.com.

Admission is free

 

LECTURE SERIES: Our Natural Heritage: The Value and Necessity
of Indigenous Plants and Animals

PRESENTED BY SUNY Orange Biology Department and Cultural Affairs

Click on the titles of the lectures below to see detailed descriptions on the Cultural Affairs web site.

Day/Time Place Lecture
Saturday,
October 2, 2010

11am - 5 pm
Orange Hall Gallery and Theatre F O R U M

Our Natural Heritage - The Value and Necessity of Indigenous Plants and Animals

Schedule of Forum Events

October 7, 2010 Orange Hall Gallery Our Future Forests: Sustaining Native Forests and Wildlife by William Schuster, PhD, Executive Director of Black Rock Forest Consortium, Cornwall, NY
October 13, 2010 - 7pm Orange Hall Gallery Growing Native by Designing Gardens with Flora of the
American East
by Carolyn Summers, Landscape Architect, Technical Consultant, Native Plant Center at Westchester Community College
October 20, 2010 - 7pm Orange Hall Gallery Native Plants for Native Birds by Joel Baines, PhD
James Law Professor of Virology, Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
October 25, 2010 - 7pm Orange Hall Gallery The Winter Garden: Beauty and Nourishment by Francis Groeters, PhD, Proprietor of Catskill Native Nursery, Kerhonkson, NY

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Forum: Our Natural Heritage:
The Value and Necessity of Indigenous Plants and Animals

Saturday, October 2, 2010

Time Event Title Event Type Location
11:30am ‐ 12:00pm SUNY Orange Educational Garden Project by Kirsten Gabrielsen, Ed. Garden Project Coordinator Presentations with Power Point Orange Hall Gallery (OH 111)
12:15pm ‐ 12:45pm Invasive Insects by Jay McClung, Master Gardener
1:00pm ‐ 1:30pm Invasive Plants by Renee Stover, Master Gardener
2:00pm - 3:30pm

Lecture - "Bringing Nature Home" by Douglas W. Tallamy, PhD, Professor & Chair, Department of Entomology & Wildlife, University of Delaware. 2010 Pryluck Distinguished Lecturer - Presented by SUNY Orange Foundation - followed by Q&A session. Lecture folowed by Q&A Orange Hall Theater
Throughout the Day:

(11am - 5pm)
Our Natural Heritage: Indigenous Trees~ their Beauty and Importance - photographs, paintings, drawings, sculptures

Our Natural Heritage: Indigenous Animal Wildlife in this Region - photographs, paintings, drawings
Exhibits Orange Hall Galleries
Cornell Cooperative Extension Master Gardener informational tables

Vendors featuring native plants and materials

Local Environmental Organizations
Informational Tables and Vendors Orange Hall Gallery
Campus Tree Tours Tour Inner campus, near Orange Hall entrance

 

Day/Time
Place
Lecture
Wednesday,
February 9, 2011
Lake Katrine, NY Here is information about Central Hudson's Solar Summit on 2/9/11. It will be in their Lake Katrine offices. The Clean Energy Technology Training Consortium (SUNY Ulster, Orange, Rockland and Sullivan) will have a table at the event.

http://www.centralhudson.com/solarsummit.html
Tuesday, February 15

6:00-7:30 PM
NYU’s Gould Welcome Center

50 West 4th Street, at the corner of Washington Square East

New York City
New York University is proud to present the next visitor in its ongoing Educating for Sustainability lecture series. Liam Heneghan†, Professor of Environmental Science and Co-Director of the DePaul University Institute for Nature and Culture, Please join us for his presentation on:

“Ten Things Wrong with Environmental Thought & What We Can Do to Change Them: An Environmental Manifesto”
Please RSVP online at http://www.nyu.edu/rsvp/event.php?e_id=3099
Thursday
February 17

7:15pm
SUNY Orange

Harriman Hall
Room 111
DR. Matthew C. Ally will lecture on" Earth in the Crucible", Sustainability as Value, Fact and Experience. Explore Sustainability in terms of environmental ethics: Sustainability- a preeminent value;
Sustainability in relation to earth system science
Wednesday
February 23

7pm
SUNY Orange

Harriman Hall
Room 111
Dr William Makofske will present a lecture with Power Point titled "Solar Technologies for New and Existing Homes".
Wednesday
March 9

7:30pm
SUNY Orange

Harriman Hall
Room 111
Patrick Falco will lecture with Power Point on "Nuclear Power- Safe and Clean Energy"
March 8-10, 2011 Boston, MA NESEA Conference:

I am encouraging you to attend the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) Building Energy (BE) Conference in Boston March 8-10 of this year. It is a mere eight weeks before the first session starts, and time flies quickly. Click on the PDF or Text for further information.
Tuesday
March 15

7:15pm
SUNY Orange

Harriman Hall
Room 111
Robert J. Honders, SR. will lecture using Power Point and video on; Micro Hydro - "Site Survey to Electrical Power Source for Home or Farm".
Wednesday
March 30

7:15pm
SUNY Orange

Harriman Hall
Room 111
Kevin Schulte will give a lecture with Power Point on; "Community Wind Development: feasibility, finance, design and construction"