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Recipient of a 2012 Second Nature Climate Leadership Award. One of eight colleges across the country to receive an "A" on the 2011 College Sustainability Report Card.

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Luther furthers commitment to local food through meat purchases

April 16, 2012

In a reflection of Luther College's commitment to sustainable food and local producers, Luther is pleased to announce that 100 percent of burgers served on campus are made with beef from Grass Run Farms, a locally owned business that works with farmers in the region to raise antibiotic-free, pasture-based beef. 

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Minnesota GreenCorps Member Applications!

Interested in an eleven month internship where you work on projects in Energy Conservation, Waste Prevention and Recycling, Living Green (includes local foods), or Green Infrastructure including forestry and stormwater?  Check out the Minnesota GreenCorps!

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Pledge to Veg Yourself!

The Veg Yourself Pledge

Pledge to eat vegetarian one day/ week for the rest of the Spring 2012 semester. Eating less meat is an effective way for individuals to reduce their carbon footprint. Consider the benefits of incorporating more vegetables in your diet.

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Pledge to a Sustainable Lifestyle

The month of April is the Climate Justice Campaign. Week 1 is devoted to Sustainable Living. Pledge to live more sustainable and advocate for the future we want. We are collecting pledges to accumulate 1 Billions Acts of Green to convey a message at the UN Conference on Sustainable Development.

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"Red Gold" Film Showing

Luther College will host a screening of the award-winning documentary "Red Gold" and a discussion session about a proposal to operate an open pit copper mine that could damage the eco-system of Bristol Bay, Alaska, which is the world's largest sockeye salmon fishery.

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