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Webinar: Reuse in Action: Repair Fairs
April 15 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDTFree
A Repair Fair is a match-making event that pairs items needing fixed with volunteer repairers or “fixers” to attempt to repair anything from bikes to clothing, to electronics. The Carleton College Sustainability Office started hosting Repair Fairs in 2017 as a way to keep usable goods out of the landfill and to teach students and community members how to repair their items before buying new.
This session will walk through step by step how our office coordinates this event with only a budget of $200!
Alex Miller, Sustainability Program Coordinator, Carleton College
Alex Miller came to Carleton in 2016 as the first Sustainability Program Coordinator. Alex graduated from Bemidji State University with a BS in Environmental Management. At Carleton, Alex manages a team of thirteen student workers and their projects, including Climate Action Week, the Real Food Challenge, Trash Talking at athletic events, and outreach for the Utility Master Plan that is currently under construction at Carleton. In the community, Alex serves as the vice chair for the Environmental Quality Board, co-chair of the Climate Action Plan Advisory Board, and a member of the Community Action Center’s Board of Directors.
Emma Leither, Carleton College, Class of 2020
Emma works with waste issues and helps run the Real Food Calculator for
Becca Horwitz, Carleton College, Class of 2022
Becca is part of the waste team in the Sustainability Office. She helps