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Read about the Tree Campus USA status, a student activism speaker, construction work by the bypass and more.
It's not too early to start planning for spring. Gather gardening tips from Hilltop Garden manager Kaylie Scherer.
The Future Water model finds that shifts in precipitation could negatively affect Indiana's rivers and streams.
Learn about a recent food conference, cooking demonstrations, prescription services at IU Health Center Pharmacy and more.
This species of tick is typically found in the states that border the Gulf of Mexico rather than in southern Indiana.
Partnerships with local farmers, a flourishing campus farm and innovative dining options give IU a food-loving culture.
The partnership between a small farm of just about 750 acres and a campus of more than 40,000 students has required both to be flexible.
Consumers are finding fewer local tree farms because farmers are struggling to grow the popular short-needled varieties.
The Hoosier Resilience Index includes extreme heat and precipitation projections, flood plain and land use maps and demographic information.
Bat boxes on the IU Bloomington campus provide surprising benefits to the university.
A new study of Native Americans' use of the silvery mineral sheds light on how they were using the land and its resources.
Tristan Johnson and his colleagues maintain IU's beautiful campus. Soon, the leaves will change and new fall flowers will bloom.
The grant will help O'Neill School scientists gather data to understand the behavior of airborne pollutants and link policy with science.
The Office of Sustainability initiative will expand to six more buildings by Sunday, Sept. 8.
IU faculty member Janet McCabe will serve as the new director of the IU Prepared for Environmental Change initiative.
The Office of Campus Facilities received $12,000 worth of electric equipment, replacing old gas-powered mowers, tillers and trimmers.
The tracking station is part of an international research network that tracks wildlife movement to understand migration habits.
The project is funded by the USDA's Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program.
The new seed library at the main desk has seven varieties to choose from, ready to be planted in your garden.
Big Red 200 will support research in artificial intelligence, machine learning, data analytics, and scientific and medical research.
717 E. 8th Street
Office of Sustainability
704 E. 10th Street
Bloomington, IN 47408