Welcome To The Live Green Community
Live Green has a required freshman seminar and required alternative spring break service-oriented trip to the National Parks of Colorado
Are you interested in living green at CSU? Are you interested in the new green economy and look towards a green collar career? Are you interested in supporting local foods, renewable energy, and preserving national parks? If you are passionate about the planet and would enjoy living with a diverse group of students join the Live Green Community at CSU! Located in Summit Hall (a suite style hall with both double and single rooms), the Live Green Community is for students interested in natural resources, sustainable agriculture, national parks, wild spaces, and the health of our environment. There is no additional fee to participate in this learning community. Live Green is sponsored by the Warner College of Natural Resources and the College of Agricultural Sciences, and students participate in academic programs in natural resources and agriculture, service-learning projects related to sustainable natural resource management, and sustainability discussions and seminars. The Live Green Community residential community is a part of a larger Live Green community where students participate in service projects such as Visit Green,Buy Local for Great Sand Dunes National Park, or similar projects for national parks, sustainable agriculture, and communities around the state of Colorado. Students will be required to register for the class in order to live in the Live Green community.
Check out our feature in Sustainability: The Journal of Record