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OSU unveils butterfly pocket prairie in Stillwater

With a 122-foot wingspan and 4,000 square feet of native grasses in all four wing segments, Oklahoma State University’s new butterfly pocket prairie is a nearly perfect partnership of environmentally minded students working with the university to make a positive change.
OSU students develop sustainability plan for New Frontiers Agricultural Hall

Thu, Jan 13, 2022

Two former Oklahoma State University environmental science undergraduate students jumped at the chance to provide their input and develop a plan to identify potential sustainable solutions for New Frontiers Agricultural Hall, a state-of-the-art teaching, research and OSU Extension facility.

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OSU earns STARS Silver Rating again for excellence in sustainability

Tue, Nov 02, 2021

Oklahoma State University has been recognized for its efforts in sustainability once again.

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Princeton Review names OSU a green college

Mon, Nov 01, 2021

Oklahoma State University was named one of the nation’s most environmentally responsible colleges, according to The Princeton Review.

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How Parking and Transportation Services helps with OSU's Sustainability Mission

Mon, Apr 26, 2021

For universities, transportation is crucial, but it can also be extremely inefficient and damaging if the administration does not focus on sustainability as a mission.

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OSU named to ‘Green Colleges’ list by The Princeton Review

Thu, Dec 10, 2020

Oklahoma State University has been recognized for its environmental responsibility as the only college in Oklahoma named to The Princeton Review’s 2021 Green Colleges list.

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Food scraps anyone? OSU Dining Services looks to expand composting program

Tue, Nov 13, 2018

Oklahoma State University Dining Services is interested in increasing its composting program to both reduce food waste and help farmers. Composting turns organic matter like food scraps into a nutrient-rich soil conditioner. The process benefits crops, minimizes the release of greenhouse gases and reduces the amount of waste taken to landfills.

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