Center for the Environment
Research. Contemplation. Action.
Developing environmentally conscious citizens as leaders, advocates, scientists, artists, humanitarians, thinkers & business people.
With over 400 acres of land to learn from, the Center for the Environment has plenty of space to explore stewardship, research and outreach in outdoor classrooms.
The Center for the Environment aims to create a campus where the community can live and work sustainably by using our natural space to educate students, faculty and staff.
From student-run projects and internships to discussion groups and clubs on campus, the Center for the Environment works to create a space for student engagement.
Stay Current with the Center
Tree planting in the Natural Area
Professors McCabe and Stanger oversee activity in the Natural Area as infrastructure upgrades start to make a difference through federal easement and fundingRead More
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The Center for the Environment strives to...
Prepare students to think and act critically, creatively to tackle the world’s most complex issues as environmental leaders - locally and globally.
Evolve the culture of sustainability on campus and in our community as a legacy for future generations.
Foster connections between our students and learning opportunities in our community, state, and around the globe.
Latest News on the Center
- Nearly two months in, food pantry in Alliot is helping meet needs
- Intern with nonprofit Rural Vermont taps family connections, faculty guidance for placement
- For Lisa Lagerquist, international recruiting job enriches College, her own life
- The biodiversity crisis: McCabe weighs solutions to species loss
- Trees heading from nursery to Natural Area this week