- Theme “Save Green by Going Green” promotes household earth-friendly solutions
- More than 25 local companies and organizations to demonstrate products and services
- Information will be available about National University’s environmentally-focused bachelor’s and master’s degree programs
San Diego, Calif. – National University and the Center for Cultural and Ethnic Studies will be hosting the third annual EcoFair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 16, 2011 at National’s Spectrum Business Park Academic Center, 9388 Lightwave Avenue, San Diego, CA 92123. Admission and parking are free.
EcoFair is part of National University’s community outreach efforts to educate and demonstrate concepts about environmental and economic sustainability and stewardship. This year’s theme is "Save Green by Going Green", which promotes household solutions that are earth-friendly and ultimately wallet-friendly.
EcoFair will feature informational booths and demonstrations from more than 25 local companies, government agencies, and NGOs, plus environmentally-friendly activities for families and children.
Information about National University’s environmentally-focused degree programs, specifically the Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and Policy, the Master of Science in Environmental Engineering, and the Master of Science in Sustainability Management, will be available at EcoFair.
For more information, e-mail Mike Maxwell of National University at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (858) 642-8413.