Prepare students to think and act critically, creatively to tackle the world’s most complex issues as environmental leaders - locally and globally.
The Center for the Environment
Research. Contemplation. Action.
Developing environmentally conscious citizens as leaders, advocates, scientists, artists, humanitarians, thinkers & business people.
From student-run projects and internships to discussion groups and clubs on campus, the Center for the Environment works to create a space for student engagement.
The Center for the Environment aims to create a campus where the community can live and work sustainably by using our natural space to educate students, faculty and staff.
With over 400 acres of land to learn from, the Center for the Environment has plenty of space to explore stewardship, research and outreach in outdoor classrooms.
Grads from the Farm
All seven students who worked for The Farm headed to jobs in the food system industry after graduation this year.
VYCC on Campus
The Vermont Youth Conservation Corps visited the Natural Area this summer to make improvements to the vast nature trail.
Connect with Nature
Professor Trevien Stanger explores ethics and nature with Saint Michael’s students in classes like Environmental Justice.
The Center for the Environment strives to...
Evolve the culture of sustainability on campus and in our community as a legacy for future generations.
Foster connections between our students and learning opportunities in our community, state, and around the globe.