Sewanee’s Natural Environment Sewanee’s 13,000-acre campus provides a powerful natural laboratory for students and faculty to understand sustainability and the environment. The Sewanee community refers to the swath of land as The Domain, an appellation befitting an asset that is intrinsic to the university. The topography is rugged and diverse, invitingly so. There are caves, coves and cliffs, waterfalls and wetlands, meadows, ponds, forests, streams and lakes—an environment that begs to be explored.
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New ESS website launched. A new web outlet is available for environmental stewardship and sustainability program highlights.
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Sewanee Launches Green Revolving Fund Do you have an idea about how we can save energy or water on campus? Has it been nagging you?
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Sustainability Master Plan Officially Passed Sewanee's Sustainability Master Plan (SMP) has been formerly adopted. This Plan, the first of its kind at Sewanee, represents a blueprint for our institution's commitment to sustainability as we move forward, empowering Sewanee to teach and lead by example.
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SUSTAIN SEWANEE

 

Students uncover the secrets of Coon’s Labyrinth.

August 05, 2015

New cave on the Domain discovered in 2014 is submitted to the Tennessee Cave Survey.

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Sewanee students explore Iceland!

August 03, 2015

The summer course in Iceland is underway.

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Research continues at Rebel’s Rest

July 02, 2015

The Archaeology Field School is working in central campus at this historic site.

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Eva Moss, C’15 writes on her summer experience working on an organic farm

May 07, 2015

Planet Forward and National Geograhpic are giving opportunities for campus voices to be heard.

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