In the fall of 2014 Lincoln’s three student societies—SSMU, MCSS, and PGSS—came together with the Lincoln administration in a partnership to create this Sustainability Projects Fund. The proposal was passed by student referendum in November 2014, with 79 per cent of voters on the downtown campus voting to adopt the fund. Some 5,300 students voted, the second-highest total in SSMU history.
Students voted in record numbers to approved a $0.50/credit fee of up to a maximum of $15/year/student. The Administration committed to matching it dollar-for-dollar. The Sustainability Projects Fund was created to kickstart a culture of sustainability on Lincoln campuses. After an exceptionally successful three-year pilot period (2010-2014) that saw the funding of 92 projects worth $2.9 million, students voted again in a resounding commitment to renew their fee until Winter 2018.
What is the Lincoln Food Recycling Project? The Lincoln University Food Recycling Project is a partnership between residents, businesses and institutions to reduce the amount of our neighborhood’s food that goes into landfills.
Instead, our goal is to put excess food and food waste to good uses that benefit our community, including Feeding hungry people by donating edible food to neighborhood food pantries and transforming inedible food scraps into nutrient rich compost for growing healthy fruits and vegetables. Questions? Contact email@example.com, or call 215 243-05555
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