Monday, November 2, 2009

Mason Featured in the National Wildlife Federation's Campus Sustainability Yearbook

If you're reading this you probably know that we've had a busy year. Whenever we finish one project we start a new one; in fact, we almost always start new initiatives before we complete what we're currently working on. That may seem a little nuts, but we've got a lot of responsibility to make Mason as environmentally friendly as we can. Luckily, in addition to our dedicated staff, people from across campus are doing their part to green Mason. Today, the National Wildlife Federation released its annual yearbook featuring campus sustainability case studies from across the country and six of our projects were highlighted.

We encourage you to take a look at some of the awesome things that are happening at Mason; hopefully they'll make you proud to be a Patriot.

By the way, this is just the beginning; we have lots of other things lined up that will help Mason become the most environmentally friendly school of its size in the country.

Eating Locally- Last Day and Lessons Learned

Well, it was certainly an interesting week.