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Auburn University offers many opportunities to engage in sustainability-related activities. You can volunteer for a cause you are passionate about, join in on abundant learning opportunities, participate in health and wellness initiatives, and more. There is something for everyone!

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  • Who Can Get a Plot: Students, Anyone in Auburn or Opelika
  • The Auburn University Community Garden is maintained as an educational and community service to Auburn University. Individual plots of varying size are available to rent for a nominal fee each year.
  • Visit the Community Garden website for plot sizes, garden history, volunteer opportunities, and how to get involved.
  • Facebook: The Community Garden at Auburn University Facebook
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  • Who Can Volunteer: Students, Anyone
  • Conducts biodiversity research, preserves & documents biodiversity, & leads & promotes activities related to natural history education.
  • Opportunities to assist with maintenance and use of museum’s collections.
  • Visit their Museum of Natural History Facebook page to learn more about the museum and how to volunteer.
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Health Promotion & Wellness Services

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Student Organizations

  • Who Can Join: Students
  • Visit our Student Groups page to learn about student organizations on campus exploring issues related to sustainability.
  • Search the Organizations Directory to find a complete listing of official student organizations at Auburn.
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University Committees

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Louise Kreher Forest Ecology Preserve

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Recreation and Wellness Center

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Alabama Water Watch

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O Grows

  • Who Can Participate: Students, Employees, Anyone
  • As an effort in localism, Opelika Grows seeks to model an approach to civic engagement that relies on local capital and capacity to address local needs. School reform, hunger relief and city beautification are not specific to any one city but every city has the potential to leverage the learning potential of gardens in service of community need.
  • Volunteers are needed to help with all or part of the summer Farmer’s Market (Tuesdays between 1pm-7pm from mid-May to late-August), and can also be used in community/school gardens.
  • Visit the OpelikaGrows Website to learn more about the program and for additional contact information.
  • Facebook: OpelikaGrows Facebook
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Healthy Tigers

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Learning Communities

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Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

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Spirit of Sustainability Awards