Learn about some of the inaugural projects by students, faculty and staff using money from the student-funded Campus Sustainability Fund as part of the second annual Sustainability Summit on campus Oct. 26.
Events that day include an evening poster session featuring up to eight of the projects awarded Campus Sustainability Fund money and an afternoon panel discussion with Seattle author and green-building architect Neil Chambers and representatives from Sierra Club and Cedar Grove Composting. During the day, groups interested in sustainability from on and off campus will have booths in Red Square.
“The summit is meant to celebrate sustainability and the one-year birthday of the Campus Sustainability Fund,” said Julie Fisk, who just earned her master’s in marine affairs and is the Sustainability Summit coordinator.
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