Just off of 800 East in Logan lies a one-acre stretch of green run by Utah State University students, featuring a variety of vegetables ranging from tomatoes to blue peas (which students have appropriately dubbed “converted Aggie peas”).
Jun 23, 2014
May 16, 2014
Students from Utah State University are creating artwork surrounding the issues of poor air quality in Cache Valley, UT. Aided by a grant from the Sustainability Council, they want to help others to be aware of what's going on and promote positive change! http://buff.ly/1pWz9Et
Apr 30, 2014
What do you do to practice environmental stewardship and conservation in our valley? USU student Ian Keller's project asked that very question. We love the diverse replies!
Apr 10, 2014
The Sustainability Office on campus works to illuminate the little things you, even as a poor college student, can do to minimize your footprint. This week, Service Week and Earth Week are being held in tandem. Take some time to educate yourself about the many facets of sustainability, from ...Click here for more
Apr 8, 2014
USU did not do as well in the 2014 RecycleMania tournament against colleges and universities in the U.S. and Canada as it did last year. USU students and faculty recycled 41,372 pounds of paper, 40,146 pounds of cardboard and 19,471 pounds of containers during the tournament.
Mar 18, 2014
Aggie Blue Bikes created a new position this semester to serve the USU biking community. Wayne Elder, a member of the League of American Bicyclists, was hired as the first bicycle education coordinator.
Mar 13, 2014
The Logan Municipal Council recently passed an amendment to the city's anti-idling ordinance in an effort to lessen idling and improve air quality.
A group of Cache Valley residents have formed a local chapter of the national Citizens Climate Lobby to work on improving our environment.
Feb 10, 2014
USU students Madison Pope Bayles, Kate Gourley, Paige Gardner and Andy Bayles created the piece after receiving a $1,400 grant from the Clear the Air Carbon Offset Committee, a subcommittee of the USU Sustainability Council.
Not only can students get rid of the cache of grocery bags under their kitchen sinks, but their effort could help USU receive a new bench made from recycled materials.