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Extracurricular Opportunites

Find out how you can help make our campus - and our world - more sustainable places.   Join a student environmental club, participate in committees, or launch your own sustainable initative.  We can help!

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Curricular Opportunities

Want to be learn about sustainability beyond your time at F&M?  We've compiled a number of opportunities for you here.  From travel courses and study abroad programs to internships in the field, and even the best jobs and graduate school programs around, we'll help you stay involved in sustainability when you're not on campus.

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Prospective Students

Thinking of coming to F&M?  Take a "Sustainability Tour" of campus to learn about our commitment to sustainability.  Already accepted?  Consider FOOT, our Freshman Outdoor Orientation Program, and spend some time hiking the Appalachian Trail with a few upperclassmen!

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Resources and Past Events 

Resources

We've compiled a collection of resources to help answer your questions about all facets of sustinability,  from wildlife and the urban environment to green technology to transportation, water conservation, and sustianable food systems.  We've got you covered! 

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Past Events

Each semester, we organize a number of lectures and workshops for our campus and local community.  Jane Goodall, Bill McKibben, Van Jones, Annie Leonard, and Robert. F. Kennedy, Jr. have been just a few of our recent visitors - you can find video of their talks here.

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Story 9/16/2014

Sustainability Week Celebrates The Sustainable Campus

The organic vegetable garden at Franklin & Marshall College's Baker Campus produced a plethora of produce that students, staff and faculty get to taste in the soups sold at F&M's Fair Trade Café,...

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Story 9/11/2014

Best FOOT Forward: First-Years Bond on the Appalachian Trail

Following a successful first year, Franklin & Marshall College's First-Year Outdoor Orientation Trip (FOOT) doubled in size in 2014. In late August, 24 students embarked on a four-day, three-night...

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Story 4/8/2013

The Story of Stuff

Annie Leonard, Author Thursday, April 18, 2013 11:30 a.m. Annie Leonard differs from many “environmental” spokespeople in that she radiates hope and optimism. After traveling to 40 countries to...

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February 05
event 2/5/2015

Common Hour - Case Studies in Subversive Eating: From the...

Mayser Gymnasium

Christopher Bakken Poet and Translator; Professor of English, Allegheny College Christopher...

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February 05
event 2/5/2015

Common Hour - Case Studies in Subversive Eating: From the...

Mayser Gymnasium

Christopher Bakken Poet and Translator; Professor of English, Allegheny College Christopher...

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