You've heard of dorm living, but how about yurt living? Ana Amberger '14 shows you how to live in a solar-powered yurt at the Dickinson College Farm.
It takes mettle to serve a six-month internship at the College Farm, but this year's crop of interns say it's worth the hard work.
DIG summer camp offers hands-on sustainability lessons.
Tal Rosen '04 takes on microfarming in the urban landscape of Chicago.
A new incentive program brings Dickinsonians together to make local eating a communal affair.
Biology major Sam Bogan '16 discusses why he works at the College Farm and the beauty of impassioned research.
Latest Dickinson College Farm workshop finds hidden value in everyday plants.
As a kid, Mackenzie Johnson '16 wanted to fix cars. Now this Spanish and policy-management double major fixes communities by helping others build healthier lives.
Take a closer look at Rose-Walters Prize winner James Balog, who will be coming to campus Sept. 22-24 to discuss his work documenting the impact of climate change.
Emily Bowie '14's quest to enact positive change extends far beyond her environmental-studies coursework.
Students promote social sustainability via ephemeral artworks with enduring appeal.
Watch a video produced by Emily Bowie ’14 on the student workers who are the backbone of the Dickinson College Farm.
Discover the directions Dickinson’s cycling culture is taking as passion, popularity and possibilities increase.
Dickinson will host the first statewide Student Sustainability Symposium, which will gather more than 75 students from 25 institutions.
Photographer James Balog will receive the Rose-Walters Prize for Global Environmental Activism.
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