• Colby College not only offers Environmental Policy and Science programs, but also environmental concentrations within the Chemistry, Biology, or Geology departments. The College also work with other environmental groups to educate the community on relevant environmental topics: www.colby.edu/eag/projects/literacy.shtml
• Middlebury Environmental Studies: The ES major (established at Middlebury in 1965) was the first undergraduate ES major in the US. The ES Program is an interdisciplinary, non-departmental major that draws upon 45 faculty members from 22 departments: www.middlebury.edu/depts/es
• Oberlin College: The Living Machine has several functions, including its role as an educational tool: www.oberlin.edu/envs/ajlc/Systems/Water/Education/EducHome.htm
• In 1999, UB Green kicked-off the Think Green Campus Environmental Awareness Campaign. The campaign consisted of the development and distribution of Think Green resource materials, creation of a website, and commitments from various campus partnering groups to undertake environmental action and improvement in their own areas:
wings.buffalo.edu/services/recycling/content/programs/other/envcampaign.html. The “UB Guide to Campus Ecology” was developed as a part of UB’s environmental literacy program.
• University of Colorado Earth Education is a volunteer organization based out of the University of Colorado Environmental Center. Earth Education volunteers teach local preschool through high school students about environmentally related issues: www.colorado.edu/cuenvironmentalcenter/earthed/index.html
•At Warren Wilson College, the EcoTeam is an environmental education program of the Environmental Leadership Center (ELC) of Warren Wilson College. It was developed as a community outreach project in 1997. Since its creation, the program has forged collaborative relationships between higher education and elementary schools with a unique environmental education curriculum designed for third graders: www.warren-wilson.edu/~elc/ecoteam
• The Campus & Community Ecology Project provides many learning opportunities for those wanting more information on campus and community ecology and related teaching and research efforts in the ecological, environmental, and natural resource sciences at Washington State University: http://www.campusecology.wsu.edu/page_014.htm