Sustainability at Meredith College
Meredith College students, faculty and staff are committed to a balance between environmental conservation, social justice and economic consideration. We are working as a united community to deepen our education and spread awareness of environmental sustainability. We are creating enduring solutions on our campus that are holistic, collaborative and proactive, and are engaged in crafting a healthy, safe and comfortable future for the globe.
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The totals are in and POTEAT is the WINNING RESIDENCE HALL, saving over 35% electricity on Friday 4/20!!! Great job Poteat! We thank you SO much for your hard work!
Come celebrate with Krispy Kreme donuts! If you live in Poteat, look out for an email from your RD Dani ...
Got Stuff? March 14, 2012
Do you have too much stuff? Do you have things you want to get rid of? Give your stuff a good home!
Help the Community of Historic Churches Downtown meet the needs of our neighbors by donating your items on April 21st at the 1st Annual "Got Stuff" ...
Weekly Vegetable and Flower Shares Available February 16, 2012
Beausol Gardens again offers community supported agriculture (CSA) produce share deliveries directly to campus this spring and summer and is currently accepting new customers. Fresh vegetable CSA shares, in three different sizes, and flower bouquets are delivered weekly to campus, available to employees and students.
Providing access to locally produced ...
Meredith Receives Grant to Support Sustainability February 16, 2012
A gift of more than $380,000 from the Margaret A. Cargill Foundation will support environmental sustainability programs at Meredith College.
Over a three-year period, this gift from the Margaret A. Cargill Foundation will help support new and existing programs at Meredith in environmental sustainability, including research opportunities for students and ...
Daisy Trade Up and Running! February 16, 2012
Spring 2012 - Daisy Trade!
Have you been looking for a new addition to your wardrobe or room? The Daisy Trade might just be what you need!
Who? - You! Students of all ages, grades, and tastes are welcome to look around for something they might enjoy.
What? - The Daisy Trade is ...