Luther’s woodland restoration efforts create a healthy native habitat for humans and wildlife
“The Nelson Woodlands project taught me the importance of restoring floodplains from an ecological perspective, as well as the importance of involving and educating the community on these practices,” said land stewardship intern Josie Meyer, who is majoring in environmental studies and biology.
Luther College is hosting and co-hosting a series of events during Climate Justice Week, April 17–22, 2023.
Achieving this milestone puts the college on track to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030.
Since the program’s inception in 2014, more than 80,000 pounds of food has been donated to local organizations to address hunger.
AASHE ranks Luther College fourth in the nation among baccalaureate institutions.
Of the 55 species of bees found living on the Luther College campus this summer, seven have never been recorded in Iowa.
Disruptions in the supply chain in recent years have made it more necessary than ever for Luther to partner with local food producers.
During move out week student workers and volunteers implemented various tactics in an effort to reuse and recycle, rather than waste.
Jensen has several priorities in mind, first and foremost, expanding opportunities for students.
As the Luther College Endowment approaches $200 million, the college is now incorporating ESG considerations into its investment approach.