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Sustainability Fair

  • WAC’s office of sustainability provided information about what materials are recyclable and which are not.

    WAC’s office of sustainability provided information about what materials are recyclable and which are not.

  • One club uses recycled newspaper of The Elm to spread awareness about making our campus plastic-free

    One club uses recycled newspaper of The Elm to spread awareness about making our campus plastic-free

  • The Student Environmental Alliance club gave out flowers to be planted around campus
    The Student Environmental Alliance club gave out flowers to be planted around campus
  • The Habitat for Humanity club works with the campus garden to build new homes for honeybees
    The Habitat for Humanity club works with the campus garden to build new homes for honeybees
  • The tables for the clubs lined the Kent Lawn, where many students walked past and stopped by to learn about sustainability

    The tables for the clubs lined the Kent Lawn, where many students walked past and stopped by to learn about sustainability

Location: Kent Lawn

April 03, 2019
On advising day, several service clubs showed off their own sustainability projects at the Sustainability Fair

On Wednesday, April 3, four service clubs came out to the Kent Lawn for the Sustainability Fair, to present their projects and practices. The WC Service Council wanted to to promote better sustainability, so they reached out to service organizations. The event highlighted sustainable practices and increased awareness about how to protect our environment across campus.


Last modified on Apr. 8th at 4:23pm by Nick Blake.