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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.

Caretaker for Waukon Community Garden

A caretaker is need for the Waukon Community Garden this summer.  The primary responsibility would be lawn mowing, but the board is willing to provide large gardening space in exchange for service. 

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Decorah Shopping Shuttle

The Decorah Shopping Shuttle is making a trip Thursday, March 31th.  The shuttle will leave from the union at 8pm.  To ensure your spot in the van, please sign up in advance.  For more information on the shuttle service, click here.

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Swiss Chard from the Pole Line Garden.

Local Foods Challenge

Take the Local Foods Challenge in the Luther cafeteria on March 16th!  Local foods will be featured and diners will have the opportunity to meet some of the many producers who supply food to the college.

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Lent

2011 Carbon Fast

During Lent this year, consider small actions you can take each day to reduce your carbon use. From the Arizona Interfaith Power and Light, this Lenten calendar provides day-to-day tips for depending less on carbon.

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Car Share

Car Sharing Program Comes to Luther

To reduce the number of cars brought to campus, introduce sustainable transportation, provide a cost-effective alternative to car ownership, and to provide a great service to the local community, Luther has partnered up with U Car Share to bring a car sharing program to campus.

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The Upper Iowa River Bluffs

BWP Photo Competition

BWP is hosting the first ever BWP Photo Competition!  Show off your photography talent and the beauty of nature!

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Camp Manito-wish YMCA

As a premier, ACA-accredited wilderness tripping-based summer camp in the Northwoods of Wisconsin, Camp Manito-wish YMCA creates life-changing experiences for youth and teens.  We are looking for driven individuals who are passionate about youth character development, collaborative leadership and who are ready to spend a summer immersed in a tight-knit community working together to give youth a Manito-wish experience.

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