News Archive for Sustainable HFC
HawkPride: cum laude graduate named Outstanding Biology Student of the Year
John Jaranson, one of two Outstanding Biology Students of the Year, found his passion in environmental science and fighting climate change.
Earth Day and Arbor Day
President Kavalhuna shares his reflections on two major environmental holidays this week.
HFC's 2nd annual Campus Sustainability Forum
Many initiatives to support sustainability are planned, and underway, at HFC. Learn how to participate, and get your ideas heard.
HFC pilots new paper and plastic recycling program
In HFC's ongoing commitment to environmental stewardship, a new recycling program is under way.
Sustainable HFC meetings open to the public
Please join us for Sustainable HFC meetings. The public is welcome! Jan. 29, Feb. 26, March 18, April 8.
A better future for the Detroit River and western Lake Erie
HFC biology professor is a member of the steering committee that plans biennial conference between the U.S. and Canada.
HFC’s sustainability website is now online
HFC's sustainability website brings together information and resources about sustainability at the College.
Student Environmental Association encourages paper towel conservation
The HFC Student Environmental Association reminds and encourages you to be aware and limit your use of paper towels.
“This is for the birds!” Biology instructor makes HFC a bird-friendly campus
HFC biology instructor Stewart Vining makes the HFC campus a safer place for birds.
Campus tree planting caps multi-event Climate Forum at HFC
President Russ Kavalhuna, left, with English faculty member Gary McIlroy, the primary organizer of the Sept. 20 Climate Forum.
Middle School Environmental Science Camp includes real-world experiences
During the Camp Henry environmental science experience, middle school students got to create a weed killer, test soil, examine pond water, hike, and more.
Biology instructor’s 60-foot jellyfish highlights crisis of plastic in oceans
HFC instructor combines her love of biology and art in an artistic statement about the dangers of plastic polluting the ocean.
A community resource, the Rain and Native Plant Garden earns two certifications
HFC Rain and Native Plant Garden achieves Monarch Waystation and Wildlife Habitat certifications.
HFC staff join Rouge River Rescue
HFC staff members volunteered to participate in Rouge River watershed cleanup and beautification on May 18.
HFC School of STEM hydration station breaks 1,000
More than 1,300 water bottles have been refilled at HFC's new hydration station, reinforcing its commitment to environmental stewardship.