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Worms & More: All about Composting

Worms & More: All about Composting

What is Composting? Composting is the process of organic matter (things that were once living) breaking down into nutrient-rich soil. Compost can consist of yard scraps — like twigs, leaves, and clippings — or food scraps — like coffee grounds, eggshells, and banana...

iSEE Names 2020-21 Teaching Cohort

iSEE is pleased to announce that eight instructors have been named 2020-21 Levenick iSEE Teaching Sustainability Fellows. Funded by a generous endowment from Illinois Alumnus Stuart L. Levenick and his wife Nancy J. Levenick, this second cohort of faculty and teachers...
Illinois Solar Decathlon Builds Green

Illinois Solar Decathlon Builds Green

Tomorrow’s housing market is evolving — and it’s happening right here in Urbana-Champaign. If you take off from campus and head south on Race Street, you’ll soon encounter the ReHome: a $250,000 modular net-zero-energy dwelling. Unassuming to passersby, the...

Earth Month 2020 on the U of I Campus

Each year, students at the University of Illinois show their commitment to sustainability by celebrating Earth Month in April. With the help of Students for Environmental Concerns (SECS) — a student organization that has promoted environmental action for 50 years...
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