Sustainable Community Development Initiative
After a year and a half of research, fundraising, and numerous cross-discipline discussions, Grand Valley’s... more
Our mission is to provide Grand Valley administration, faculty, staff, students, and community stakeholders with the required skills and capabilities to become better stewards and responsible global citizens in the workforce, communities, and family life. This site will guide you to information and resources, helping you to become more involved with sustainability efforts at Grand Valley State University and around the world.
Grand Valley State University Farmers Market
June 5th - September 25th
Wednesdays, 10:00am - 1:30pm
Allendale campus, Parking Lot H
For more information, including a list of vendors and events, please click here.
Jobs & Internships
Greater Grand Rapids Bicycle Coalition Executive Director
The Greater Grand Rapids Bicycle Coalition (GGRBC) seeks an Executive Director to guide this emergent advocacy coalition, its initiatives, and continue its progress towards long-term sustainability.
More information is available here.
2013 Michigan Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference
October 23 - 24, 2013
Eberhard Center, Grand Valley State University
Save the date! This conference is the opportunity to hear from leading experts and share innovative ideas on how we can best "green up" Michigan through green chemistry and engineering. Registration will open in late summer.
For more information about this event, please click here.
Wednesdays, 10am - 2pm
Allendale campus, Trans-Link
Stop by the Sustainable Agriculture Project (SAP) farm stand to purchase fresh, organic produce and learn more about the SAP. Available crops include: Parsnips, radishes, beets, lettuce, spinach, kale, and chard. For more information, please visit the SAP website or GVSU's events calendar.
Grand Valley offers meatless meals at The Connection, Fresh Food Company, Kleiner, River Landing, and at the downtown Pew Campus as part of the nation-wide Meatless Monday initiative. The movement promotes education and a wider range of options as help to reduce meat consumption in order to improve personal heath and the health of the environment. Click here for more information.
Page last modified May 23, 2013