Climate Poetry in Wooly Motion

Are Ewe a Poet? Submit Climate Words for Sheep Shift Climate Poetry Event, April 24-26

sheep graze on uc davis campus lawn as students look over fence
Sheep graze on the UC Davis campus. (UC Davis)

In what organizers call “a creative process akin to poetry magnets, but with a wooly twist,” the UC Davis Sheepmowers team is joining forces with the Big Shift campus construction project to create “Sheep Shift Climate Poetry” on April 24 to 26.  

Campus and community members are invited to submit climate-change inspired words today through April 21.

The chosen words will adorn the fluffy coats of sheep, “transforming them into living symbols of our sustainability goals,” write the organizers.

Learn more about the sheep, UC Davis’ climate goals and how to participate.


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