Bill McKibben at Dickinson for Action
Dickinson's First Rose-Walters Prize for Environmental Activism Award winner met with students & faculty and gave a public lecture entitled Front Line of the Climate Fight during his two-day residency. Check out what he had to say about about Dickinson during his video interview.
College Farm Hosts Medley of Spring Events
Hundreds gather at Farm for May Day celebration, CSA kick off, Bike to Farm Potluck, S.E.E.D. workshops for youth, department picnics, sourdough baking workshop, weeding & feeding, and other educational opportunities.
First Class of Baird Sustainability Fellows
Seven '13 students from across academic disciplines were selected for the new honors fellowship that recognizes excellence in advancing sustainability through academics, service and leadership. Check out the Colloquium their work in the Baird Honors Colloquium.
David Orr Visited Dickinson March 26-27
Orr's campus and community residency included class visits, study groups with students and faculty, tour of our college farm and surrounding communities, meeting with 60+ community leaders and a public lecture entitled Designing Resilience in a Black Swan World.
Biking @ Dickinson
The Dickinson Community works to promote sustainability by providing The Handlebar Bicycle Co-Op, daily Red Bike loans, semester-long Green Bike loans, convenient bike racks across campus and biking education programming & events such as our tradition of Bike to Farm Potlucks.
Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring
ALLARM, founded in 1986, has become a nationally recognized technical and programmatic support center for community organizations interested in watershed assessment, protection, and restoration.