Looking to serve some community hours? Or are you just looking for a fun, dynamic, environmentally, socially and creative way to get involved at Pacific that will expand your knowledge and understanding of the world? You have come to the right place!
Sustaining Pacific is involved in different facets of the University - from having recycling across campus, to helping with our Robb garden, to hearing and providing new ideas to make OUR campus more green and sustainable!
Market Day Wednesdays
|Every Wednesday we harvest vegetables from the Robb Garden to take to the DUC to sell to students, faculty and staff. We have a variety of vegetables - 3 different types of kale, a lot of varieties for Asian Greens, broccoli, lettuce, cabbage and MORE! Interested in learning how to harvest vegetables? Want to help in the selling of the products? Or would you like to help out in its advertisements?! If you are interested in volunteering for Market Wednesdays, let us know at: SustainingPacific@pacific.edu and email@example.com.|
Students for Environmental Action
||Students for Environmental Action meet bi-monthly in the DUC in room 216 at 5:45 PM on Wednesdays! If you are interested in the environment, social justice or wanting to make some positive changes and impacts on campus, come join us at one of the meetings!|
|Do you like gardening or wish to learn how to make and keep your own garden? Come join the Garden Club which meets Mondays at 7 PM in the Multicultural Center.|
The Ted and Chris Robb Garden provides an outdoor common space that facilitates discussion, reflection, and interaction between Pacific students, faculty, staff, local farmers, and other members of the Stockton community. Throughout the year, the garden provides opportunities to learn about gardening and plants, sustainability, nutrition, and food systems and to build community through the garden work. Interested in learning how to garden or learning skills to upkeep a garden you have at home? This is the perfect place to volunteer to learn from Master Gardener Dr. Mark Brunell who uses only organic and natural methods for gardening. Email Dr. Brunell at: firstname.lastname@example.org or SustainingPacific@pacific.edu.
This coming April we will have lots of activities for Sustainability Month! Do you have an idea in regards to a program you would like to see or host or create? Let us know at SustainingPacific@pacific.edu.
Check them out here: Sustainability Month 2014
You can also volunteer at any of our events by emailing at: SustainingPacific@pacific.edu
John Muir Center
|Are you interested in the environment, national parks and more? We have a John Muir Center on campus where students can come and speak with Dr. Bill Swagerty, resident expert on John Muir as well as read many of the books based on the accomplishments of John Muir. You can find out more information on John Muir at Pacific here and check out the John Muir Center here.|
Become a Green Cat
Want to encourage others to recycle, use an Eco-Clam or Calaveras coffee cup, or ensure their trash ends up in the trash can? Join our team of Pacific cats that go Green and catch people in the act! Green Cats will have "Caught In the Act" tickets that they can hand out to any student, staff or faculty which will enter that person in a monthly raffle to win gift cards, reusables and more! Interested in becoming a Green Cat? Email us at: SustainingPacific@pacific.edu
Programming - Sustainability, Socially and Financially Feasible.
Are you an RA on campus? Are you involved in a social, professional or philonthropic fraternity? Have you put on an event where you challenged your participants to think about their actions on the world or encouraged them in creating positive change through easy steps? We would love to share your program with others and collect a GREAT database of amazing programs that can be showcased for anyone to use.
Are you looking for new program ideas? Check back regularly, we will be updating our website with programs that YOU put together as well as new program ideas.