If you are interested in working on any of the projects listed below, send an email to email@example.com, and we'll put you in touch with the program leader.
On July 13, 2012, hard-working volunteers from across the campus, along with our fabulous Grounds crew, planted our native plant garden. Landscape designer and artist Kari Brittain was on hand to teach, direct, haul plants, and realize her planting scheme. Many thanks go out to both the Kelsey Chapter of the Montana Native Plant Society and the Last Chance Audubon Society for their generous support of this project.
The native plant garden is located in front of the Corette Library on Carroll's campus. Click on the Gardens link in the navigation list to the left for more details.
Currently in the pilot phase, the Trash Your Can project was created to increase recycling on campus by reducing opportunities to throw recyclables in trash cans. At this stage, volunteers are giving up their personal office garbage cans.
Carroll College is now an official Tree Campus USA.
Graduating students who exemplify environmental awareness, knowledge, and concern are honored at their commencement. Students earn green points from a variety of categories ranging from personal habits to volunteer hours to coursework.