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U of A is Creating Natural Trails on the Oak Ridge Hillside
Students will soon get the opportunity to commune with nature on their walks to and from class.
Greedy Goats Brought to UofA to Remove Invasive Plants
The Office for Sustainability is bringing the Greedy Goats of Northwest Arkansas to the Oak Ridge Trail to chew away at some of the invasive plants now common in the region.
U of A Community Design Center, Resiliency Center Project Wins Green Good Design Award
The U of A Community Design Center, working with the new Resiliency Center, won a 2018 Green Good Design Award for urban planning and landscape architecture.
Help Remove Invasive Species at Mount Sequoyah With Beaver Watershed Alliance
The RecycleBacks and the Beaver Watershed Alliance will remove invasive species from Mount Sequoyah Woods on South Happy Hollow Road from 3-5 p.m. Friday, May 25.
City of Fayetteville and U of A Partner on Active Transportation
Dane Eifling has been selected as the newly created position of campus bicycle and pedestrian coordinator.
U of A's Greek Life Participation in 2018 Sustainability Scorecards Tells Promising Story
The Office for Sustainability is happy to announce its partnership with the Greek Life community in an effort to expand sustainability awareness within the U of A campus.
Chemists Develop Improved Method to Create Artificial Photosynthesis
Patent-pending method could lead to a reliable, economical and sustainable way to create and store energy from sunlight.
Students Moving Out 'Leave Green' With Donations for Potter's House
More than 25 tons of material from departing students were donated last year, helping the university achieve its goal of becoming a zero-waste campus.
Professor, Director Marty Matlock Named Winner of 2018 Borlaug CAST Communication Award
Marty Matlock will receive the 2018 Borlaug CAST Communication Award from the U.S. Council for Agricultural Science and Technology.
U of A Celebration of Arbor Day Today
Get your picture made with Arbor Day saplings on the Union Mall today that the Office for Sustainability plans to plant around its building on Harmon Avenue.