Florida State University students participated in this ritual for the fifth time this year. FSU’s World Water Day event was put on by Take Back the Tap (TBTT).
Waste is rampant in America, especially food waste. Luckily, at FSU, the Food Recovery Network exists to package up leftover dining hall food and give it to local shelters in the Tallahassee community. Think your campus needs something like this? Just visit foodrecovernetwork.org and start combatting waste today.
Since the fall of 2014, the Food Recovery Network at FSU (FRN) has recovered over twenty-five thousand pounds of food for donation to partner agencies within Tallahassee.
Typical student housing options do not offer college students the opportunity to embrace their green thumb. To remedy that issue, the Florida State University Sustainable Campus organization has opened a new Seminole organic garden, giving students the chance to experience hands-on gardening.
Do you want to utilize your green thumb, but your living arrangement doesn't allow you the space? FSU's Seminole Organic Garden may be the perfect place to let your talents shine.
If you attended the FSU vs. NC State football game this past weekend, you may have noticed something different during the Marching Chiefs' halftime performance-- band members using a small device known as the "eFlip".
Next to the FSU Seminole Organic Garden sits the Sustainability Hub ornamented with newly installed solar panels. The three alumni, Scott Minos, Justin Vandenbroeck, and Chris Diaz, all provided support for the project.
Tallahassee Democrat / Here are a few low-cost, low-effort practical ways to greenify your football-watching festivities, along with some guidance as to what game day party items are and are not recyclable in Leon County.
WCTV / FSU has added a dozen solar panels to its power resources. The panels were installed Friday on top a pavilion located at the Sustainability Hub, which is just behind the circus tent.
Florida State University is moving forward on the path of solar sustainability — thanks to three alumni and FSU Sustainable Campus.