Sustainability@HamlineMain MenuSustainability Activities @ HamlineExploring how Hamline is using the AASHE STARS categories to assess and expand sustainability activitiesProject RecordsShared highlights of Hamline projects related to sustainabilitySustainability@Hamline53a66acd31006d343906ce1a4c7df8af8da2d56b
The Ground Rules - brief highlights
12016-06-16T12:22:12-07:00Sustainability@Hamline53a66acd31006d343906ce1a4c7df8af8da2d56b84121six pages scanned from The Ground Rules as an introductionplain2016-06-16T12:22:12-07:00Sustainability@Hamline53a66acd31006d343906ce1a4c7df8af8da2d56b
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1media/August5_2016HamlineGardenersLunch.jpg2016-06-16T10:02:19-07:00Hamline Garden Reading Group7Summer 2016 garden readingsimage_header2016-08-19T09:48:32-07:00Two questions focus us in our inaugural food and community summer work at Hamline: 1. How do we appreciate food (and community, and environment), and how do we show our appreciation in ways that help us share what we value in food -- and that help us explore how we can live up to foods' value?
2. What stories about food provisioning and sharing -- especially from the city -- do we hear that people want to share? Do we have a role in helping with that sharing? What does that look like, and who do we work with?
We have shared a number of readings this summer, below. The Gardening as Spiritual Practice interns through the Wesley Center have also shared some of their readings, including: Diana Butler Bass' chapter one "Dirt" in "Grounded: Finding God in the World, A Spiritual Revolution" (New York, N.Y.: HarperCollins, 2015).
12016-08-25T21:29:31-07:00Hamline Thrives Garden6This page shows tools and plans for creating the Hamline Thrives Gardenplain2016-08-25T21:39:31-07:00We are planning to build raised bed gardens along the SPROUT Garden fence at the Hamline Church. Here is one of our work in-progress drawings of what the site will look like: