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The Rocky Mountain Collegian

The Student News Site of Colorado State University

The Rocky Mountain Collegian

A sign on a recycling bin in the Warren Lake neighborhood depicts what items can be recycled. Warren Lake s part of the sustainable neighborhoods network in Fort Collins.  One of the projects theyve earned credit for is a workshop on how to properly recycle. (Anna Montesanti | Collegian)

7 ways to be a more sustainable student

Elena Waldman January 26, 2020

Whether you’re a climate change activist or climate change denier, everyone has a different perspective on how to treat the Earth. The ways people choose to do this can vary. Some choose to be totally...

John Rooss, a soil and crop science major and organic agriculture minor, searches for goodies in his neighborhood dumpster. According to Rooss, in addition to using his findings for personal projects he also recycles and composts items that he finds.

Dumpster divers turn trash into dinner

March 4, 2014

Late at night amidst the trash bags, pizza boxes and broken bottles, some people are doing their grocery shopping. Dumpster diving is an alternative lifestyle for people passionate about eliminating...

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