Tiger Blue Goes Green News
Projects funded by the Sustainable Campus Fee (Green Fee) for 2013-14

More Fall 2013 Features:

U of M’s “green” event Oct. 8
Bike-share program now in high gear
Recycling efforts have hefty goal
Nothing fishy about these placards
Projects funded by Green Fee
Let’s Grow Garden Expo set for Nov. 2

Projects funded by the Sustainable Campus Fee (Green Fee) for 2013-14

Projects funded by the Sustainable Campus Fee (Green Fee) for 2013-14

Green Internships - Undergraduate internships involving campus or community partners that are intended to enhance the student’s understanding of sustainability and to assist in the organization’s efforts to promote sustainability.

Tiger Blue Goes Green 2013 - Event open to all student, faculty and staff, promoting environmental initiatives.

TIGUrS Garden - Demonstration urban garden that demonstrates environmental and economic sustainability.                

Carbon Footprint Reduction – use of propane as a clean burning alternative fuel for use in campus equipment that burns gasoline or diesel

Campus Sustainability Initiative - Promotes living a sustainable lifestyle with ease through recycling and conservation techniques                                        

Tiger Bikes Program - Bicycle share program available for use by students. 

PowerSave Campus - Student leadership program designed to deploy energy efficiency solutions on campus      

Ecological Enhancement of Park Avenue Campus – enhance the ecological function and environmental experience of the Park Avenue Campus through the development of signage explaining various habitats and plants and by expanding the presence of wildflowers and plants that will attract butterflies, birds, and other wildlife                                                                                        

Presidential Trees planting of trees on campus inrecognition of all previous University presidents and development of plan to acknowledge future University presidents in a similar manner at the appropriate time

Lambuth Campus Projects funded by the Sustainable Campus Fee (Green Fee) for 2013-2014

Green Internships - Undergraduate internships involving campus or community partners to enhance the student’s understanding of sustainability and to assist in the organization’s efforts to promote sustainability

TIGUrS Garden - Demonstration urban garden that demonstrates environmental and economic sustainability                                                                               

Tiger Bike Racks – two bike racks for Lambuth Campus   

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