The University of Washington has a long history of working for sustainability in our environment. As you move through the University of Washington campus, you'll discover many sustainability features large and small. We have put together a number of resources to help you find and learn more about these features, as well as dig into the rich environmental history of the university.

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Discover sustainability features on the UW Seattle campus with our sustainability map.

Follow a self-guided walking tour of highlighted sustainability features on the UW Seattle campus.

The UW Environmental History Virtual Tour takes you across UW's Seattle campus to a number of sites that have shaped the social, physical and environmental aspects of its campus and community.

A timeline of University of Washington's achievements and milestones in sustainability and environmental stewardship.

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Take a virtual tour of sustainability features on the UW Bothell campus.

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Take a virtual tour of sustainability features on the UW Tacoma campus.

Guest from the Great River
A tour highlighting the Indigenous presence on campus, created by Owen Oliver (Quinault Indian Nation and Isleta Pueblo) while he was a student at UW.

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An interactive tour of significant trees on the grounds of the University of Washington.

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Forest bathing spots at all UW campuses.