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Lockdown causing unsustainable change

Blue skies over campus. // Photo by Mallory Minckler By Sienna Boucher How much does...

Student gardening rises in popularity

A vegetable garden in a raised bed. // Photo courtesy of Carolyn Martin By Ashtyn Gudgel

Western’s Office of Sustainability connects Western staff, students to local farms

Various items found in one of Boldly Grown Farm’s produce boxes. // Photo courtesy of Amy Frye By...

Boating restrictions lift, invasive species concerns remain

Boaters launch their vessel after clearing the aquatic invasive species inspection at Bloedel Donovan Park. // Photo by Kaleigh Carroll

Gray wolves are back in Washington

Wolves spotted in Washington State. // Photo courtesy of Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife By Ian Ferguson...

New survey explores pet owners’ scooping habits

In a city with nearly 20,000 dogs, unscooped pet waste is a major concern for multiple agencies

Pandemic waste production

Ariel Maldonado, owner of Instagram account @gogreensavegreen, spending time in nature. // Photo courtesy of Ariel Maldonado. Column...

Vegans may not run the world, but they sure are helping it

Column by Makenna Marks If you’ve been thinking about going vegan, this is the sign you’ve been waiting for....

Environmental relationships deserve more attention

A student holding a snail that they found while working at the Outback Farm. // Photo by Emma Bjornsrud

For a sustainable daily grind, read the signs

A look inside one of the recycling bins located on campus. // Photo by Emma Bjornsrud By James...
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