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Articles About environmental sustainability :: Page 3
Help spread pancake cheer at the Glen
The Glen needs volunteers to put on its once again annual Pancake Breakfast friend-raiser next weekend.
Antioch College Farm raises animals, concerns
The farming activity on what is affectionately known as the Antioch golf course is just beginning, and it’s the heart of what Antioch College envisions for its sustainability program, one of the key components of the college curriculum.
Antioch College, Glen Helen begin reforestation
If one of the key components of an effective education is giving people the tools to make positive change, then Antioch College, Glen Helen and the host of conscientious villagers here are in a strong position to help save the environment.
Getting from waste to want not
The busy bugs of EnviroFlight are churning out a new product this year — a natural fertilizer that some say is making area tomato plants grow like weeds.
State funds Antioch co-ops
Following through on its commitment to agricultural and environmental sustainability in both campus life and curriculum, Antioch College last week cemented a partnership with the state to establish several dozen cooperative job positions for students
Flush with water— Thinking conservation amidst plenty
Ask villagers about their experience with Yellow Springs water and the stories will flow.
Hollister gets environmental post
All politics is local, the saying goes, and it’s also largely unpaid. Local resident and Yellow Springs native Don Hollister has found both to be true in his nearly 40 years in politics.
He lets the kids play in poison ivy
While some kids on the Antioch College campus are digesting new information, others are munching on weeds.
Purchase keeps business local
While Eco•mental’s ownership recently changed, its mission and focus will remain the same.
“Radical” farm takes root
Amy Batchman started Radical Roots Farm outside of Yellow Springs with big plans for the seven-acre homestead.