Micro-Creation Service Bulletin – Click here – free to share! (wonderful readings, music, etc.) Homily by Pastor Susan Henry, House of Prayer Lutheran Church – Hingham MA Pentecost 13 B Creation  – –  August 19, 2018 Grace to you and peace from God our Creator and from our Lord Jesus Christ. Lost in Wonder, Love,Read More →

The Wartburg College REUSED store is a way for students, faculty, and staff to participate in sustainability on campus. It is a place to get and donate used school and office supplies year-round. All supplies in the store are free to encourage reusing materials to cut down on waste. “By having a REUSED store onRead More →

After graduating from Grinnell College in Iowa and attending graduate school in Italy, Cain found herself in Decorah, Iowa working for various agricultural non-profits. Cain is now taking on a new adventure as Sustainability Coordinator in the Center for Sustainable Communities at Luther College. Expanding on her previous experience, Cain is excited to to continueRead More →

Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, Pa., has flipped the switch on its 3.9 MW solar array, supplying 30% of the university’s electricity needs. Built by WGL Energy Systems, the project is employing sheep to help maintain the surrounding grass and weeds. A flock of approximately 30 sheep will come from local Owens Farm in Sunbury starting in AprilRead More →

Augustana College’s Sustainable Working Landscapes Initiative (SWLI) has expanded its program and will partner with the cities of Davenport, Geneseo, Morrison and Rock Island. Augustana students and faculty will be conducting research and creating solutions for real-life challenges facing each city. This is the third year the college has partnered with local communities. “The partnership isRead More →

How do we care for all that God has created?  What happens when our answer differs wildly from others? This year’s speakers at Mid-Winter Convocation will help us navigate the challenges of how we live, what we eat, and our fraught relationship with the land. Melanie Harris, Professor of Religion, Texas Christian University Barbara Rossing,Read More →

The Office of Information Technology (OIT) at Muhlenberg College has been on the forefront of campus sustainability initiatives. Not only do all the new college computer purchases meet EPEAT Gold standards, but energy reduction mechanisms are constantly being introduced. Most recently, a pilot program to automatically hibernate public computers not in use for more thanRead More →

Finlandia University began a program to recycle batteries on campus. Battery Recycling bins have been placed around campus. The bins were funded by the International School of Art and Design, designed by Rick Loduha with the help of Heather Dunne, and will be maintained by the Sustainability Committee.Read More →

  Augustana is in the first year of a three-year $375,000 grant from the Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies, a nonprofit dedicated to helping society, the arts, and the environment. Helping guide the effort are two students: Incoming senior Hatem Khalfaoui, a native of Tunisia studying business and computer information systems, and pre-law student Anna Steinwand,Read More →

“I pledge to preserve, conserve, and protect the world’s natural resources to the best of my ability. Specifically, I will follow the three R’s of Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle in my local environment by doing as many of the following as I can, and I will encourage others to do so…” This pledge began atRead More →