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  1. A photo of students in a large kitchen preparing a meal together.

    A Delicious Laboratory


    New course brings the Green Café to campus, a new place for students to get a healthy, local dinner

  2. A photo of Catherine Bennett sifting through a set of cabinets.

    From Soil Saviors to Sanctuaries


    When I was 10 years old, a St. Lawrence student asked if I was going to continue my parent’s organic farm. “No,” I replied. I have great respect for agriculturists, but a career at Bittersweet Farm...

  3. A photo of Dr. Pai holding a wild bee she has pinned.

    Mowing Less is All the Buzz: The Pollinator Project


    Professor and co-chair of Biology Dr. Pai studies wild bee, providing research that can be integral to conservation efforts to wild bee populations

  4. A photo of Ceramics 1 students posing in a field behind a large hole they dug.

    Planting the Seeds of Connection Across Generations


    Rachael Jones combines environmental consciousness with her ceramics classes

  5. A photo of student Georgia Grzywacz sitting in a garden with others who are picking through a garden.

    Understanding the Overlap of Urban and Agriculture


    Georgia Grzywacz's work highlights the relationship of agriculture and the urban

  6. An aerial view of the sustainability farm.

    Sustainable Living at SLU


    St. Lawrence University named to The Princeton Review's 2018 list of sustainable colleges

  7. A group of Saint Lawrence students, holding cardboard signs, march on campus. There is snow on the ground.

    First Person: Gettin' Green

    DANI LAIRD '20

    St. Lawrence has no shortage of crazy creative, passionate, and environmentally-conscious students, and any student can get involved by joining one of these student-run environmental organizations: 1...