For the month of April the AS Sustainability Center is challenging you to Go Eco for 30 ways in 30 days! We’ve got a slew of fun and simple daily activities spread across four weeks, each with a focus on a different aspect of sustainability.
How it works:
Step 1: Grab a card from BMU 005 or from one of our tabling events
Step 2: Complete activities and earn stamps
Step 3: Enter raffle and win prizes
Throughout the month you’ll be making a positive impact on the earth by taking action on issues ranging from Zero Waste to Energy. Activities range from visiting our tabling and planting a veggie seed for your garden to using a reusable water bottle.
Daily prizes: Klean Kanteens, garden seeds, movie passes, Jersey Mike’s sandwiches, Succulents, Chico bags and more.
Weekly prizes: Gardening Kit, Hammock, Paddle Boarding Ticket, and VIP tickets for a Sierra Nevada Brewery Sustainability tour.
Grand prize: Camping Kit including a tent, solar light and other fun stuff.
The AS Sustainability Program:
- Offers internships, paid staff positions, and volunteer opportunities!
- Promotes eco-awareness on campus and in the community through education and outreach on sustainability related issues
- Implements sustainable practices in the AS departments
- Provides funding opportunities for student-driven sustainability projects
- Offers a supportive and fun social environment where peers actively engage in each other’s knowledge and participate in educational outings in the local community!
Visit us in the lower level of the BMU (Room 005) and you’ll find the:
- AS Sustainability Office
- Free stuff – including books, school supplies, and more
- Environmental Library with books, magazines, and videos
- A hub where students gather to collaborate
Get to know some of our Sustainability friends at Chico State:
- AS Recycling
- Compost Display Area & Garden (CDA)
- Environmental Advocates at CLIC
- Sustainability Affairs Council (SAC)
- Institute for Sustainable Development (ISD)
- NetImpact (NI)
- Organic Vegetable Project
- Powersave Green Campus