• Creative Reuse Abroad
    Our Administrator Maggi Peachey recently visited England for vacation and was thrilled to find and visit four different Creative Reuse Centers (Scrapstores as they’re called there) during her trip. Here is more about her visit to each one and some of the programs they offer to help reduce creative materials… Read more: Creative Reuse Abroad
  • Adrian Membrez Collagist Extraordinaire
    Collaging in itself is a sustainable art form, however, in terms of Adrian’s own personal sustainability as an artist, he always makes sure to recycle all the paper he doesn’t use.
  • All the News that’s Fit to Reuse
    Spring is around the corner that means you’re probably prepping to get your garden starting this year.  Here are 5 easy tips to help you get started this year that cost nothing. 
  • All the News that’s Fit to Reuse
    You can be eco-friendly while on-to-go. By taking small simple steps to prioritize sustainability, you can start living sustainably as a college student and help fight global warming and climate change.
  • 85% of the world’s population has been affected by human-induced climate change
    Citizens’ Climate Lobby is a non-profit, nonpartisan, grassroots advocacy organization focused on national policies to address climate change.
  • Low waste shopping
    If you read Sustainably Amber’s post on Tips for Reducing Food Waste, you might be in the market for eco-friendly grocery shopping. Amber has collated some excellent tips just for you! Always keep your reusable bags in your vehicle – that way you will never forget them. For those times… Read more: Low waste shopping
  • Clothes Swap
    The most environmentally friendly option that has been gaining a lot of traction over the past few years is the “Clothes Swap”, a small party where people bring valued but no longer used clothing and exchange them for a few items brought in by another participant.
  • Tips for Reducing Food Waste
    During the pandemic I became more aware of how I stored my food to maximize its shelf life. As we all know a lot of grocery stores were low on food so I made an effort to make sure I put to use every single piece of food I bought.
  • Earth Day 2021—Restore our Earth
    Every now and then, I think about this particular scene in “The Graduate,” a 1967 film with Dustin Hoffman. “One word: Plastics”   In retrospect, it seems a harbinger of our current plastic pollution woes. Indeed, according to a July 2019 National Geographic Magazine article, “Plastic pollution has become one… Read more: Earth Day 2021—Restore our Earth