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Lake Superior College will host its annual Earth Day Fair on Wednesday, April 17 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. in the main concourse of its main campus.

The fair will feature over 25 vendors, including agencies, non-profits, businesses, hiking & biking clubs, and various LSC organizations, providing students with opportunities to learn about sustainability and inquire about summer employment opportunities. Some activities include plant and seed giveaways, a book swap, an Eco3 Open House, campus cleanup and more.

“The Earth Day Fair is an opportunity for LSC faculty, staff, students, and the Duluth community to come together and learn from organizations, individuals, and more about sustainability and helping the environment,” said organizer and LSC Librarian Kate Rolfe.

Additionally, Twin Ports Trailer Trash will be on site for the LSC community to bring unwanted items. Items not accepted include electronics, appliances, mattresses, tires, TVs, gas powered items, paint chemicals and yard waste or concrete/dirt.

"We are excited to host our annual Earth Day Fair and provide our students with the opportunity to engage with sustainability initiatives and local organizations," said Dr. Patricia Rogers, President of Lake Superior College. "This event highlights our commitment to environmental stewardship and community engagement."