Biosystems Engineering Club is teaming up with Gila Residence Hall's engineering leadership wing (ezone) to build a garden in the hall's backyard.
A Student Optics Chapter (SOCK) project that revolves around building a solar powered grill. BBQ's have never been more sustainable!
A project to divest the UA campus from fossil fuels
To install a small cistern on the UACG Ramada. This will divert water for educational purposes on what and how to harvest rainwater.
To partner with Cooking on Campus and teach students how to cook a sustainable meal and why it’s important to incorporate sustainability into food choices
Establishing a Farmers Market on campus
The Handbook is a way for people to understand how to plant according to seasons and water allow in Southern Arizona
A Food Day event is organized and celebrated by the Food for All Committee, which has invited the Garden Committee and Compost Cats to participate in a ‘food cycle’ themed event. Each group would have a stall to demonstrate the growth, harvest and decomposition of food. This task may be delegated to a single intern or manager and would require communication and co-planning with the FFA Committee and Compost Cats.
SFS built and planted a garden behind the Marshall Foundation on University to service some of the restaurants on University with fresh fruits and vegetables.
This survey gathered state from various students around campus to give the office of Sustainability a more indepth look at how efforts around campus have impacted the student population.
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