It features two local, vegetarian food trucks and is a gathering place for the UH Mānoa Campus Community.
Sustainability Courtyard Revitalization Project of 2014
Starting in the Spring Semester of 2014, the UH Mānoa Sustainability Council is working towards a revitalization of the Sustainability Courtyard as a central gathering place on campus.
Goals: The effort to revive the Sustainability Courtyard will increase visibility and awareness of the courtyard itself, and it will provide the opportunity for the campus to utilize and maximize effectiveness of the space for the campus community.
Priorities are awareness and easy identification of the Sustainability Courtyard as well as community building through utilizing the courtyard for outreach and events.
Friday, February 28th 10am – 2pm (Last Fridays): Cycle Mānoa – free bike repair
Monday, March 3rd 12pm – 130pm (First Mondays): SOFT Produce Sale
Friday, March 7th 11am – 1pm: Surfrider Foundation at UHM Club – BYO utensil set/bottle giveaway and membership drive! Flyer below:
Friday, March 28th 10am – 2pm (Last Fridays): Cycle Mānoa – free bike repair
Tuesday, April 1rd 10am – 2pm: Sustainable UH will be hosting a poi pounding workshop & showcasing new courtyard signs
Monday, April 7th 12 – 1:30pm (First Mondays): Produce Sale
Friday, April 11th, 11am-1pm: UH Sea Grant promoting Al Gore event and giving away tickets for his talk on 4/15
Tuesday, April 15th 12pm – 4pm: Earth Day T-shirt Screenprinting (Bring Your Own T-shirt)
EARTH DAY, Thursday April 24th:
- 10am – 4pm: Earth Day Festival featuring 40+ tents of local, student groups/organization (Cycle Mānoa will have a bike sale of bikes <$100)
- 4-6pm: Reception for Bill McKibben Talk (6-730 @ Art Auditorium)
- 730 – 11pm: Night concert w/ Mike Love & Sam Ites, Lucie Lynch & slam poet JROB
- manoa.hawaii.edu/earthday | facebook.com/uhmearthday
Friday, April 25th 10am – 2pm (Last Fridays): Cycle Mānoa – free bike repair
Monday, May 5th 12 – 130pm (First Mondays): SOFT Produce Sale
To participate in or host events at the courtyard to help revitalize this space, please contact the Student Liaison to the Mānoa Sustainability Council: Doorae Shin at email@example.com or fill out the form at the bottom of the page.
Photos of previous events are available here.
For the full signup page, click here.