Skidmore College presents at national sustainability conference

In early October, Ela Lepkowska-White, professor in the Management and Business Department, Rachel Willis, Sustainability Fellow, and Levi Rogers, Sustainability Fellow, visited Nashville, Tennessee for this year’s Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) annual conference. This Continue reading Skidmore College presents at national sustainability conference

Skidmore helps kick off Farm Aid 2013

This September Saratoga Springs and the Saratoga Performing Arts Center were hosts of Farm Aid 2013. Farm Aid is a non-profit organization whose mission is “to keep family farmers on their land.” One of the ways Farm Aid supports this Continue reading Skidmore helps kick off Farm Aid 2013

New Zero-Sort recycling program improves college recycling rate

Waste and recycling is a topic that concerns many people on the Skidmore College campus. Thanks to a partnership between Facilities Services, the Sustainable Skidmore Office, and Skidmore’s waste hauler Casella Waste Systems, Skidmore transitioned to zero-sort recycling earlier this Continue reading New Zero-Sort recycling program improves college recycling rate

Food justice dialogue engages community

Written by Timothy Kim ’15 Cross posted from the Office of Student Diversity Programs Blog On October 23rd the Office of Student Diversity Programs and Sustainable Skidmore hosted a collaborative dialogue event on food justice and food accessibility. The event Continue reading Food justice dialogue engages community