Snack and Learn about sustainability at Morgan Library

Recycle symbolEveryone can learn how to become more sustainable in everyday life at the popular Snack and Learn Sustainability Series at Colorado State University.

All sessions are held from noon to 1 p.m. in the Morgan Library Event Hall. They are free and open to the public, no RSVP required. Snacks will be provided but bringing a lunch is encouraged.

On Wednesday Oct. 2, “Shift to Save: Take Control of Your Electric Bill” will discuss how using your own energy will help you save money and energy in the long run. The time-of-day electric pricing will allow you to shift and reduce personal energy use. This talk will be presented by Gretchen Stanford, Heather Young and Brian Tholl.

“Sustainability 101 at CSU” on Wednesday, Oct. 9, will seek to answer questions about what CSU is doing to make campus a more sustainable place. For years, the University has prided itself on being a very sustainable campus, now find out why. This presentation will be led by Stacey Baumgarn, CSU campus energy coordinator.

The final presentation on Wednesday, Nov. 6, will cover how to recycle more effectively, what challenges recycling poses, and how to deal with hard-to-recycle options as well as ways to help reduce food waste. This talk will be presented by Caroline Mitchell, senior environmental planner in waste reduction for the City of Fort Collins.