• WNA Sustainability: Ethics for Life

Virginia Kennedy with
members of SEC
 
English Deptartment Chair
Director of Sustainability Programs and Curriculum

Environmental Literacy

Part of WNA’s Sustainability Strategic Plan is to ensure environmental  literacy extends through every subject and aspect of the curriculum.  Read more...

Food Waste Diversion

WNA diverts all food waste to the methane digester at our partner farm, Kilby Farm, saving tons of methane and carbon from escaping into the atmosphere.  Read more...

Student Environmental Council

The Student Environmental Council (SEC) leads our campus-wide commitment to environmental sustainability and conservation efforts. Read more...

Kilby Farm Partnership

Our community partnerships support our sustainability efforts and give students and faculty opportunities beyond our WNA campus.  Our primary partnership is with Kilby Farm.  Read more...

Ethics & 4 Rs

WNA’s focuses on building sustainability ethics in our students and community.  Our sustainability ethics are defined by the 4 R’s:  Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and Reciprocity.  Read more...

Climate Action / Climate Change Podcast Series

WNA recognizes that addressing climate change is an emergency situation.  Listen to our climate change podcast series here.  We have developed a climate change action plan as part of our three-year sustainability plan.  Read more...

Signature Program

WNA’s Sustainability signature program offers students opportunities for independent study in the sustainability field.  Read more...

Mike Cairns Environmental Sustainability Fellow

Mike Cairns was WNA’s 1980 Valedictorian.  The Kilby Family, along with the Cairns family, have established the Mike Cairns Environmental Fellowship, an annual fellowship opportunity for a recent college graduate who supports and helps to lead WNA's sustainability programs.  Read more...