Today’s generation is far more removed from the concept of growing your own food. Farm leaders believe it is an answer to this growing issue. However, the farm still faces the tough obstacle of staying afloat, despite untiring efforts.
Working hard to change a common misconception about sustainability, professor Leidy Klotz says it’s more than simply saving the planet. With his help, students are banding together across disciplines to pursue sustainability.
An offshoot of the already established Solid Green Committee, the new club is for students only.
Clemson University’s President’s Commission on Sustainability, in partnership with Healthy Campus and Students for Environmental Action, will host a series of lunchtime discussions about environmental issues.
Clemson University’s Farm-Fresh Market will return to campus this semester to offer local farmers and vendors a chance to sell their goods.
Courage and a little bit of naïveté have led a class of 11 students to organize the campus’s biggest Earth Day event. How did a group of 11 students pull it off? With a little help and guidance from a professor who stood back and let them have at it.