Sustainability for all Seasons

 

No matter the season, weather, craziness of classes or hubbub of socializing, Dartmouth students always find time to be sustainable. Check out this photo blog of some of our sustainability events organized by students this Fall term!

Members of Eco Croo Madison Sabol '18 and Paul Vickers '19 get ready for the Sustainable Moving Sale during Orientation. The sale repurposed over 200 mini-fridges and equipped incoming students with afforable, repurposed dorm room supplies for making Dartmouth home! Nearly 20 undergraduate students worked on organizing the sale and making it a success!

 

As part of our Sustainability Education Series, students get a behind-the-scenes look at the waste stream in 53 Commons on a tour led by Associate Director of Dining Services, Don Reed.

 

Throughout the fall, Farm Club students host farmstands to sell organic vegetables & flowers from the Dartmouth Organic Farm to students, faculty, and staff. Olivia Fine '20 & Emily Morin '20, pictured above, are first years getting involved in the club this term!

 

Farm Club leader Kate Salamido '19 shows fellow students the proper way to harvest honey off a honey comb tray during our Annual Honey Harvest at the Dartmouth Organic Farm.

 

Sustainability Office Waste Intern Charlie Levy '19 & ECO leader Paul Vickers '19 organize an event in 53 Commons to raise awareness of food waste and how students can be a part of the solution!

 

Dried herbs and flowers bedeck the walls in the barn at the Dartmouth Organic Farm. Students are planning to organize a tea making workshop later this term.

 

Throughout the fall, student interns with the Dartmouth Bikes program hold Pop Up Bike Shops outside Fahey McLane Hall to get campus bikes moving and in top top shape throughout the term!

Students talk food policy, meat eating, cooking, and telling a storie with author and activist, Michael Pollan, Food Day Key Note speaker & the George Link Jr. Environmental Awareness Lecturer this fall. 

Oliver Edelson '18, member of the club Growing Change, introduces a panel discussing the Plate of the Union campaign being organizied by his group on campus. 

Residents of the Sustainable Living Center learn to make waffels with Thayer School of Engineering Professor Benoit Cushman-Roisin. 

Members of the Class of 2017 EcoReps team reunite at the beginning of their senior year and welcome a new class of EcoReps into the sustainability community. They still look like first years to us!

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