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Here's how to find us!

  1. Visit AggieSync.
  2. The Aggie Sustainability Club meets TBD.  If you want to learn more stop by TSC 302A (near advising).
  3. Email us to get involved
  4. Visit us on Facebook.
  5. Check out our Blog 

Fall 2019 Opening Social

2019 Club Opening Social

Tuesday, Sept. 10th @ 5:30pm in Library 154.  Pizza will be provided!  BYO Drink!  Come see what's in store for the club, bring your ideas and meet like-minded people.  *Also Leadership positions available.  

 


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Join Aggie Sustainability Club! If you're looking for the perfect way to get involved with all things green on campus and meet like-minded friends, this is the club for you! Here are some of our on-going and upcoming projects:

Tailgate Recycling (Fall 2019)

Love the Aggies but hate the trash! We've been supporting the Aggies basically forever and taking out the tailgate recycling at home football games since 2013. Tailgate Recycling shifts are 1-1.5 hours, but stick around for the veggie dogs and burgers. Stay updated on Aggie Sustainability Club volunteer opportunities like this on AggieSync

  • Home Football game Schedule: 
    • Sept 7th @ 5:30pm
    • Sept 28th (homecoming) @5:30pm
    • Oct 19th @ TBD
    • Nov 2nd @ TBD 
    • Nov 16th @ TBD 
    • Nov 23rd @ 8:30pm 

USU Earth Day (Spring 2019)

Join the Student Sustainabilty Office is a week full of fun activities celebrating the Earth and USU!  Follow this LINK to join the fun!

DIY Woodware, nut milk, bicycle part wind chimes, and upcycled t-shirt shopping bags  (Spring 2019)

Our monthly meetings are where we get the jobs done. What projects have you always wanted to try to teach?

Alternative Gift Market (Fall 2018)

We are hosting an alternative gift market!! First date will be Tuesday Dec. 4th outside the TSC Ballroom second floor from 10:30 am to 1:30pm.  The last date will be on Thursday Dec. 6th in the NR Atrium from 1pm to 4pm! This will be an opportunity for students to buy their Christmas gifts while eliminating consumerism/traditional waste associated with packaging and trinket's obsolescence, and instead giving useful care to promote social equity and environmental sustainability. For example, $1 can provide 35 doses of medicine for citizens of Burma, and $11 can buy a cook-stove for women in Kenya. There are many possible gifts available, and they all go toward good and charitable causes. If you would like to participate in the operation, we are looking for volunteers to man the tables, take money, and explain what the program is all about. To learn more or to volunteer, check us out on AggieSync!