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CWU Sustainability

How can you become involved in sustainability efforts on campus?

Attend the next Sustainability Café to discuss current goals and learn how you can get involved. Sustainability Café brings together students, staff, faculty, administration, and community members interested in working on current sustainability projects. The next Sustainability Café will be held during fall term, more information about wil be posted soon. More information can be found here

 

Students can get involved with the Environmental Club on campus. The Central Environmental Club is dedicated to improving and promoting environmental quality and sustainability on campus and in the community. For more information click here.

 

The Environmental Studies program has a Sustainability Certificate program that any student on campus can complete. CWU’s Sustainability Certificate offers students from any academic path an opportunity to develop experiential, service-learning projects that focus on improving sustainability needs of the university or a community partner. More information about the Sustainabliity Certificate program can be found here.

 

The Wildcat Neighborhood Farm is looking for volunteers! For more information contact Kate Doughty or visit this website

 

Get involved with the CWU Campus Community Garden! The vision of the CWU Campus Community Garden is to create and establish a sustainable space integrated into the campus life. Modeling and participating in garden responsibilities, rewards, and overall enjoyment will foster community identity and spirit. For more information click here

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