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Sustainability at Wake Forest

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Green Team Network

The Green Team Network is a campus-wide initiative that empowers faculty and staff to integrate sustainability through education, support, and collaboration. Read more about the program or find out how to sign up here.

Sustainability Ambassadors

Sustainability Ambassadors (formerly EcoReps) are student peer educators for sustainability.  To read more details about the program and find out how to become a Sustainability Ambassador, click here.

Greeks Go Green

Greeks Go Green are a group of students located at the intersection between Greek interests and sustainability on campus.  Find out more about this initiative here.

Campus Garden

The Campus Garden is a year-round on-campus garden with opportunities for faculty, staff, and students to participate.  Find out more about the garden and how you can become involved here.


Internships with the Office of Sustainability are paid internships and project-based. Find out more about the experience and how to apply here.

Earth Day Fair

Celebrate Earth Day with the Office of Sustainability at the 2015 WFU Earth Day Fair on Wednesday, April 22nd from 4:00-7:00pm.

Sustainability Working Group

The working group serves our need to work collaboratively across multiple areas of campus operations, academics, and student life to achieve campus sustainability goals. The group is comprised of staff, faculty, and student members whose work actively supports the university’s guiding principles for sustainability. Information about the composition of the group and how the group is governed, read the group’s charter.

Tree Care Advisory Committee

Implementation of the university’s tree care plan is advised by a formal standing committee sponsored by the Executive Vice President. The Committee advises the university on proposed modifications to campus open space and landscaping to insure high aesthetic and functional quality; develop and maintain a list of satisfactory and desired species of trees; encourage the use of an appropriate variety of plant materials in new plantings; and make recommendations on landscape renovations and maintenance. Information about the composition of the group and how the group is governed is available in the Tree Care Plan.

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