Student Green Fee Gains Visibility


The Student Green Fee, a part of every students' tuition, was formed in 2005 to give students the ability to direct funds to meaningful causes. Historically, it was directed to TVA's Green Power Switch program, but now, it's going to a Sewanee initiative in Haiti.

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What is the Organic Prayer Project?


On a sizeable leap of faith and armed with a stockpile of passion, Nathan Bourne (C ’11) and myself (Eileen, C’13) have dedicated our year to the formation of the Organic Prayer Project. 

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Photo Contest


The Office of Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability is happy to announce the Sustain Sewanee Photo Contest!

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Fall Break Trip To Haiti


The Haiti Institute in Sewanee, an organization dedicated to improving livelihoods in Haiti through incentivizing tree planting and maintenance, recently traveled to Haiti over Fall break to check and plan the next steps for the project.

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Work Begins on Potential University Farm Expansion


Joanna Parkman C’14, undergraduate sustainability fellow, and Dr. Chris Van de Ven, GIS Instructor and Lab Manager of the Landscape Analysis Lab, began work this week on surveying a parcel of land next to the Old Dairy and Lake Cheston.

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