The Office of Sustainability partnered with Green City Recycler to place donation pods at Cougar Place, Moody Towers and Bayou Oaks for students to drop off clothing, books, backpacks and other textiles that they no longer wanted.
Once you have planted a fruit tree, it is useful to train the young plant to form a strong tree that will hold a lot of fruit. Once the tree has aged a year or more, it is important do to at least yearly pruning.
A total of eight markets will be held on various Wednesdays during the semester from noon to 4 p.m. to allow students, faculty and staff the opportunity to shop for locally sourced and produced food items without having to leave campus.
The UH alternative transportation program for students, faculty and staff was the subject of a presentation at the national gathering of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability and Higher Education.