Move Out Review

Every spring at Emory, you will see donation kiosks and trucks placed across campus in preparation for our students moving out at the end of the academic year. The “Don’t … Continue Reading →

Working Farms Fund

According to the Atlanta Community Food Bank, one in nine Georgia residents faces food insecurity. Emory University outlined a goal in its Sustainability Vision and Strategic Plan to expand sustainable … Continue Reading →

Juneteenth and Environmental Justice

Though Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863, it took until June 19, 1865, for more than 250,000 African-Americans in Galveston, Texas to be liberated from the shackles of … Continue Reading →

people working at an Emory garden

The Importance of a Pollinator Garden

A pollinator garden attracts pollinator species such as bees, moths, and hummingbirds with plants that provide pollen and nectar. Pollination plays an essential role in maintaining our ecosystem. Without pollinators, … Continue Reading →

butterfly trail photo of a monarch butterfly

The Rosalynn Carter Butterfly Trail

The Rosalynn Carter Butterfly Trail is a program inspired by the late Rosalynn Carter to increase the habitat for monarch butterflies and other pollinators. Though the organization began in Plains, … Continue Reading →

The Nia Project (Emory/Grady)

What is the Nia Project? The Nia Project is an Emory/Grady Health System nonprofit that assists women of color in receiving mental health services. Project Nia’s mission is “to empower … Continue Reading →