Local News: Grounds
Below are sustainability-related news items throughout the Western Washington University and Bellingham-area. These items correspond to Grounds.
Rain gardens in the works
Rain gardens sit slightly below street level and use sidewalk curves as gutters to funnel street runoff into planted areas that range in size and shape, said Freeman Anthony, City of Bellingham project engineer.
Forever Green: Staying environmentally friendly from six feet under
Bodies are returned back into a natural environment by putting the deceased into the ground in an environmentally friendly way.
Finding a happy medium: sustainability vs. appearance
RECOGNITION & HONORS |
GREEN ENERGY FEE GRANT PROGRAM
THE OUTBACK FARM | RESRAP PROGRAM
SUSTAINABLE OFFICE CERTIFICATION
SWEATER DAYS | VIKING SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE | ENERGY & CLIMATE
TRANSPORTATION | WASTE
BUILT ENVIRONMENT | FOOD | WATER
CLEANING | GROUNDS | PURCHASING
HUXLEY | URBAN TRANSITIONS STUDIO
CAMPUS SUSTAINABILITY PLANNING STUDIO
RESEARCH | SUSTAINABILITY AWARDS