The Environmental Action Alliance (EAA) is a student group that works to educate the campus community about sustainable initiatives. We also advocate projects that improve the relationship between the campus and the environment. We meet every Tuesday at 8pm. If you're interested in getting involved, please contact us!
The Fair Trade Café is a luncheon that takes place on Wednesdays from 11:30-1:00. We serve grilled cheese and home-made soups made from local, organic goods. Suggested donation is $4. Find us in the Wohlsen Center Student Commons.
The Dirt Army consists of a group of students that are dedicated to growing organic produce at Franklin & Marshall College. The students acquired a tract of land at Baker Campus and, in their first year, produced a plentiful harvest.
View photos and learn more about current programming by visiting the EAA Facebook page.
The Sustainability House, located at 550-52 West James Street, provides a home for a community of students who are dedicated to preserving the environment for future generations. The members of the House aim to promote sustainable initiatives on the Franklin & Marshall College campus and to reach out to the surrounding Lancaster city area through education and community service. As leaders in our communities, we will prove sustainable living and responsible consumption is both feasible and necessary.