When Tyler Eshlemen took the helm of Eastern Mennonite University’s sputtering student-led Sustainable Food Initiative (SFI) last year, his goals were modest: to return the weed-choked campus gardens to their former glory. Now Eshleman, backed this summer by six work-study students, not only has the gardens br ...More
From garden, to fork and back into the ground, sustainability measures, including composting, have become prevalent across the Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) landscape.
Bob Corso, WHSV-TV3 news anchor, spoke with Katie Jantzen, co-leader of Earthkeepers, about sustainability features around campus including food disposal in the dining hall and the compost facility located by the Sute ...More
In a series of unprecedented talks in Harrisonburg, David Kline, an Amish farmer, naturalist and author, will share his passion for creation care and sustainable farming practices from Wednesday, Feb. 8, though Friday morning, Feb. 10.
“David Kline has a ...More
From garden, to fork and back into the ground, new campus initiatives including raspberry bushes and compost bins will dot the Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) landscape thanks to initiatives submitted by faculty, staff and students.
Katie Jantzen, co-leader of Earthkeepers, said the overall goal of the mini-grants wa ...More
Rev. Lusama Tafue
“Ankle Deep in Reality Tour: Christ, Compassion and Climate, A Call for JUSTpower,” a speaking tour on the issue of climate change and global warming is coming to campus Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 9-10.
Rev. Lusama Tafue, from the isla ...More
The reusable shopping bags are now available for purchase in Common Grounds coffeehouse.
EMU-branded cloth shopping bags, first made available in December, are now on sale in Common Grounds coffeehouse for only $7.
The idea ...More
The reusable shopping bags will be available for purchase on Dec. 12 after chapel and during lunch.
Be green this Christmas season with EMU-branded cloth shopping bags, available beginning Wednesday, Dec. 12, for only $7.
The idea of reusable bags grew out of regular meetings of the ...More