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Travel & Leisure | August 2014
Walk Across California, Mt. Diablo Descent. Photo by Analisa Fuentes Hari Mix, Photo courtesy of www.hmix.org

San Francisco to Yosemite: Walking Across California

David Popalisky’s visionary class takes its second trek from San Francisco to Yosemite National Park, covering over 225 miles on foot. Full story »

Hari Mix: Mountaineer and Environmental Scientist

Hari Mix, the newest member of the Environmental Studies and Sciences faculty, loves mountains. Climbing mountains, studying mountains, and protecting mountains. Full story »

Also this month...
Urban Air Market sign. Photo labeled for reuse via Flickr.

News and Events

Lexicon of Sustainability Pop-Up Gallery
Summer Series: The Path to Zero Waste
Berkeley Farmers' Market 10-year Birthday
Climate Refugees Documentary Screening
Water-Wise Gardening Workshop
Urban Air Market - Dogpatch
Summer Series: Campus Recreation
Full story »

Into the Wild-Locally. Photo courtesy of Into the Wild.

Did You Know?

Into the Wild, SCU's latest Charted Student Organization, takes students on local, off-campus adventures, to learn more about our local community and how to live sustainably. Full story »

While Studying Abroad. Photo Courtesy of SCU Flickr.

Take Action: While Traveling Abroad

Reduce: consumption
Reuse: products and goods
Recycle: in proper bins
Respect: country's sustainability efforts Full story »

Buy Fresh Buy Local, Santa Clara Valley

Fresh from the Forge Garden

Looking for local food-related adventures? Check out the Community Alliance for Family Farmers' "Buy Fresh Buy Local Guide!" Full story »

 

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