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Friday, November 03, 2017

Environmental Center collaborates in Durango Food Recovery Hub [VIDEO]

Local First's new Durango Food Recovery Hub, which collaborates with the FLC Environmental Center, just received a three-year, $356,000 grant. It will become a combination clearinghouse, distribution center, and resource center for connecting unwanted food with businesses and consumers who will use it.

Video by DurangoTV.

Number of views: 2374

Tags: environmental centersustainability

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Exercise Science cohort learns on the ropes

Exercise Science cohort learns on the ropes

This fall, the Exercise Science Learning Community traveled to Farmington, New Mexico, for a half-day high ropes challenge. There, the students practiced teambuilding exercises with the same peer group that takes several core classes together as a cohort.

Community invited to Fort Lewis College for 2018 Southwest Economic Outlook

Community invited to Fort Lewis College for 2018 Southwest Economic Outlook

The Outlook offers presentations from experts in business and economics who will give their views on the current status of the economy for the Four Corners region, Colorado and the nation. Their insights and predictions will provide useful information for anyone wishing to get an idea of what’s ahead for 2018 and beyond.

New Skyhawks join the ranks of FLC alumni

New Skyhawks join the ranks of FLC alumni

Over 170 Skyhawks graduated from Fort Lewis College on the cold sunny morning of December 16, 2017. The students enjoyed a Commencement Address from Eric Huggins, professor of Management and winner of the Alice Admire Teaching Excellence Award. Take a peek at the ceremony and the celebration in the photos below!