Bringing the Farm Out of Retirement

The University of the South, a tiny liberal arts university tucked on a 13,000 acres campus in the mountains of Tennessee, is turning their environmental record around - in part thanks to the 100 year old farm they are bringing out of retirement.

In 2007, the University of the South, commonly referred to as Sewanee, became a signatory to the Presidents Climate Commitment. A “D” rating in sustainability forced the University to evaluate it’s environmental commitments and come up with some inventive new plans.

Sewanee made a... Read Full Article at Celsias