engineering and facilities
2014 Earth Day
MUSC’s sixth Earth Day celebration will take place in the horseshoe on April 15 from 11 am to 2 pm; lunch will be served by local trucks that make a special effort to use local products in all their food preparations: Outta My Huevos, Roti Rolls will be here! Tom's Kettle Korn, Mike's Peanuts and King of Pops for additional treats!
Adaptive Gardens is dedicated to the enrichment of those living with special needs
non profit organization that encourages and rewards efforts made for the beautification of our city
this business recovers all our dead batteries and sends them to be recycled! Thank you Batteries Plus for your part in keeping toxics out of our landfills!
Vonnie and her agency have diligently worked to develop local and regional transportation plans for the tri-county area. If you are a bus or carpool commuter, you are eligible for the Free Ride Home program
Are contributing two items to the door prize: a jar of Finger Buzz an unscented beeswax-based product using other plant oils and our honey honey to create a soothing emollient to help dry, cracked fingers (and other areas) heal. And a jar of their classic Lowcountry wildflower honey, from a late summer harvest of wildflowers growing in and around the longleaf pine forest that surrounds our farm.
Charter school in McClellanville with emphasis in their curriculum on ecological conservation and sustainability
Charleston's bus system provides free commuter rides to MUSC employees
Protect the bees and create a habitat for our pollinators!
Pick up all MUSC plastic glass and metal waste
Site for Adventure Out program that is sponsored by MUSC
Bicyclist and pedestrian advocacy group
The Park Angels are doers, promoters, supporters; the faces of the Charleston Parks Conservancy who take a special interest and ownership in their parks and all of Charleston's city parks.
If you've recycled, composted, planted a garden, bartered with a neighbor, or canned vegetables, you are already on the road to becoming a permaculturalist.
CAWBA Charleston Area Bee Keepers
soil testing will be available for $6/sample; click here for details on how to collect your sample
Organic and free trade coffee roasted locally by eco-conscious family!
Eco-friendly products for your home or business: one stop shopping for anyone wanting to live more sustainably
Earth Friendly crafts!
FWD picks up all the pre-consumer waste from our cafeteria and delivers it to Bees Ferry compost facility!
...donating a sample box of their delicious preserves to the Door Prize
Cotton diaper service!
Adventure Out is a month-long outdoor fitness campaign to encourage residents to visit county parks for exercise. Pay $10 for a t-shirt and exercise for the whole month of May!
MUSC Food & Nutrition
MUSC Grounds/ MUSC Urban Farm
MUSC Public Safety - Bike Registration
MUSC Trauma and Injury
Bringing a basket of fresh produce for our Door Prize!
Changing our Energy resources!
Participate in the lawn mower exchange program this year and help us eliminate one of the largest source of air pollution!
See where your recycling goes, what it can be made into!
Leading voice for energy policy: promotes clean fuels and vehicles, opposes nuclear and coal power plant expansion and encourages the retirement of old dirty inefficient coal fired power plants in our region
Reprocesses medical devices; recycles what cannot be reused
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