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Great meeting, check out pics of the Greenhouse planting!

It was nice seeing you all at our first meeting, those who were present and signed up for a Team, you should be hearing from your Team leader fairly soon, if you haven’t already! Our next general body meeting is March 9th at NOON in Commons 328. If you would like to host a table with us on at noon March 2nd just email your Team leader and let he/she know you’re interested – a final email regarding that will be going out in a few weeks!

For those who missed our first meeting this Monday, this semester we have four teams completing different service projects. Read below to find out some introductory information on the teams, and know that you can certainly sign up for more than one team:
Team Air, led by Sheena (afoakwa1@umbc.edu) will be collaborating with Team Water and Eco-Ambassadors for the remainder of February and the first weeks of March due to the winter weather. Then starting in late march, they will be volunteering with Patapsco Heritage Greenway completing tree plantings and stream cleanups.

Team Water, led by Arielle (limari1@umbc.edu) will be adopting a stream on campus and maintaining its quality, as well as visiting the Baltimore Aquarium and participating in conservation events.

Team Earth, led by Jasmine (jasmin4@umbc.edu) will be meeting monthly; as well as working together to maintain our food plot within the UMBC Garden as need be.

Team Fire, led by Humon (humonh1@umbc.edu) will be working together to plan, collaborate and assist in service projects and events.

ETF is always looking for ambitious students who feel that they can take on a leadership position. If you want a more hands-on role in the organization then join Team Fire, email Humon if interested.

First Meeting Tomorrow (02/09)!

We have a lot of fun service projects planned for the Spring. Join us tomorrow at NOON in Commons 328 for brownies, cupcakes and tea as we get pumped for the semester! Meetings are on the second Monday of every month, so don’t miss this first one. We will be sharing information about the organization, as well as how YOU can get involved.

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LAST ETF MEETING Mon (11/10) NOON in Commons 318!

Hello ETF!

Monday’s meeting will be our last one of this semester until we resume classes next Spring. This meeting will be filled with a lot of activity so come on time! In celebration of the hard work and commitment you’ve shown this Fall, we’ll be having a potluck. We will be initiating the filming of a short-video for Recycle For Real at this meeting. The video will show us supporting the legislation for a 100% refundable deposit on beverage containers, and will be uploaded on YouTube before the end of this year. The plan is to send the video, along with a typed letter to our Governor as well as the rest of the Maryland General Assembly.

Bring your friends and your food, hope to see you there!

Feel free to check out Team Air in action on their  10/25 River Cleanup, 11/1 Tree Planting service trips!

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First ETF meeting of the Fall 2014 semester on Mon, Sept 9th at Noon in Commons 331!

Join us for FREE PIZZA as we discuss our objectives for the new academic year. Also, don’t hesitate to speak to one of the officers if you’re interested in applying for a leadership position, or just have any ideas as to what service projects we could complete.

See you there!

SPECIAL ETF Meeting this Friday, November 1st!

Project BioEYES is coming to UMBC!

When: this Friday, November 1st, 12pm-1pm

Where: Math/Psychology building, room 102

Why: To train UMBC students interested in helping their cause

ANYONE AND EVERYONE INTERESTED IN THIS GREAT OPPORTUNITY SHOULD COME.

Project BioEYES is a K-12 science education program that strives to “foster enthusiasm for science by offering students opportunities to explore life science through real world applications using a hands-on approach to learning”.

The program “provides classroom-based learning opportunities through the use of live zebrafish” targeting “underserved students in schools where youth have few opportunities to receive advanced, hands-on science programs”.

Come and get trained with Environmental Task Force!

If you have any questions feel free to contact our President, Jasmine Wands at jasmin4@umbc.edu!

Also, make sure to check out some photos of ETF members taken throughout the semester!

See you Friday 🙂

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