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Sustainability at CSI

csi-sustainability-council-logo-16x9.pngThe College of Southern Idaho is constantly working toward being more sustainable by balancing economic, equity, and environmental resources for the students of today and our community of tomorrow.

In 1987 the Brundtland Commission defined the concept of sustainability as the ability to meet the needs of the present without compromising our ability to meet the needs of the future. The CSI Board of Trustees and President are committed to promoting sustainability on the campus and within the Magic Valley community. See their strategic plan for CSI.



CSI is committed to sustainable practices on campus. See our sustainable infrastructure, ongoing initiatives, and ongoing projects!
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The CSI faculty and staff help promote sustainability on campus and within the community. Make a difference in your community by joining the sustainability council!

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Learn how you can get involved on Campus, volunteer, and even earn a Academic Certificate in sustainability!

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Upcoming Sustainability Events

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The CSI Herb Garden

The CSI Herb Garden was planted in the circular bed and four corner beds behind the Fine Arts Building on Graduation Day, May 13, in a community effort by students, faculty, and staff from across campus. The garden is a joint project of the Sustainability Council and Horticulture Program supported by the Student Senate and Faculty Staff Committee. Plants were started from seed by Horticulture students and nurtured for months in the Horticulture Greenhouse.
Interested in attending a Sustainability Committee's meeting?
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