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Resources

We will continue to update our list of additional resources that may be of use to you as we work together to make a more sustainable campus community.

On this page, you will find a handful of guides that our interns have created to address a range of sustainability issues right here at home.

In addition to topical guides, check out our easy list of Sustainability Tips and External Links that provide additional resources on sustainability at all levels and numerous ways to get involved off-campus. We do not officially endorse any of these external resources.

Campus Sustainability Map

Click on different icons for a brief description and a picture of some different sustainability initiatives around campus!
Systems Thinking and Sustainability Activity Book

The Systems Theory and Sustainability Activity Book teaches systems theory in the best way possible: games! Learn about the theoretical backing of sustainability beyond environmentalism through word searches, coloring pages, and other fun activities. No previous experience necessary.

Home Compost Guide

Thinking about starting a compost bin at your house? We have put together this home compost guide explaining the ins and outs of composting. 

Sustainable Event Guide

Wondering how to make your on-campus event more sustainable? Check out this event planning guide for help on how.

The Ultimate Green Shopping Guide

Whether it be for food, clothing, or even a new car, everybody goes shopping at some point. Check out The Ultimate Green Shopping Guide from SHOPSLEUTH to learn how to make all of your purchasing needs more sustainable!

Rain Barrel Guide

Really like our rain barrel installations? Think you're ready for one at your home? Check out this rain barrel guide made by our Summer 2012 Intern, Ally Bing.

Move-in Guide and Move-out Guide

The Office of Sustainability has put together some information to make your move-in or move-out experience here at the College run a little more smoothly. Check out the Move-In Guide and the Move-Out Guide made by interns Ally Bing and Kaitland Finkle for ideas.