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Spring Involvement with the Wabash Rooftop Garden

The weather is convincing us that it is now Fall time, which means bundling up more and more, hot soup, hot chocolate, pumpkins, and more. But even so, this should not hold us back from thinking ahead, on how we

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Roosevelt University’s Physical Resources Department has developed a Strategic Tree Replacement Plan for the Schaumburg Campus in 2015!

Photo by Mary Rasic

Building upon Roosevelt University’s, Schaumburg campus’ sustainable landscape and recent Level I Arboretum Accreditation, the Physical Resources Department has developed a strategic tree replacement plan for 2015. Our goal is to rehabilitate the local ecosystem, improve food security, provide educational

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Roosevelt University’s Schaumburg Campus is Awarded Level I Arboretum Accreditation

Photo by Mary Rasic

As the leaves change to picturesque colors and the crisp breeze carries them away, I cannot help but reflect upon what an enthusing summer it was this year. While working as an Environmental Sustainability Student Associate at Roosevelt, I was

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Roosevelt University Kicks-off Strategic Sustainability Plan Effort with Students, Staff and Faculty

On September 26, Roosevelt University began an inclusive effort to craft its very first 5-year Strategic Sustainability Plan. At this event, faculty, staff and students provided clear guidance for the plan: 1) expand Sustainability education across the curriculum; 2) focus

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Wabash Rooftop Garden- Benefits Within and Beyond

The rooftop garden has ultimately served many roles, and with several goals in mind. While growing organic, luscious vegetables and herbs for the Wabash dining center to use has been a priority, there are some not-readily-visible benefits of this garden

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Production on the Wabash Rooftop Garden

As Spring has turned into Summer, and Summer into Fall, vegetable production for the Roosevelt University Wabash rooftop garden is nearing the end for this growing season. This Spring marked the second year of growing on the rooftop garden, and

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Broccoli, sage, chive blossoms and thyme

Rooftops aren’t just for runoff anymore. But even more than a green roof, the Wabash building has a garden that’s produced more than 22 lbs of vegetables the first month this year. Herbs and veggies grown here are also served

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