Guest Post: Zero-Waste Shopping Tips with Lauren Greenwood

This week's guest post is brought to you by Lauren Greenwood, who runs the zero-waste Instagram account @green.ify. Be sure to visit her Instagram for college- green living tips! Although we may not even realize it, each shopping trip we take can be a wasteful...

A Bucket of Worms: Vermicomposting

The Office for Sustainability recently implemented a vermicomposting system. This type of composting uses worms to decompose foods into nutrient-rich fertilizer. While various types of worms can be used for this process, OFS is using earthworms. The earthworms can eat...

Support World Bee Day

Today is World Bee Day. WORLD Bee Day. That’s right – bees are so important to humanity that they have been given a day for the entire world to celebrate their existence. Most of us have probably heard “Bees are SO important” and even “Without bees, we...

Celebrate Wildflowers This Week

National Wildflower Week is May 4-10, 2019    Our native wildflowers are beautiful, attract a wide array of wildlife, are low maintenance once established, and keep themselves going without fertilizers or irrigation.    You may...

Support World Bee Day

Today is World Bee Day. WORLD Bee Day. That’s right – bees are so important to humanity that they have been given a day for the entire world to celebrate their existence. Most of us have probably heard “Bees are SO important” and even “Without bees, we...

Celebrate Wildflowers This Week

National Wildflower Week is May 4-10, 2019    Our native wildflowers are beautiful, attract a wide array of wildlife, are low maintenance once established, and keep themselves going without fertilizers or irrigation.    You may...