The Environmental Center is a great place to get involved and get some hands-on experience - but we can't do it all! There are a number of Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) that are focused on environmental and social responsibility topics.
We encourage students to explore SkyHub to see what RSOs are currently active!
The Bee Club is designed to give students the opportunity to learn and practice beekeeping. The club currently has five honey bee hives located on campus, and club members have ample opportunity to work hands on with the bees. Bee keeping is an important and quickly growing form of urban agriculture that promotes healthy hives, healthy gardens, and healthy lives. The main goal of the Bee Club is to educate students on the importance of honey bees to our food system, as well as inspire students to become bee activists and beekeepers. For more information, contact Dr. Becky Clausen.
The Grub Hub is a student-led food pantry operating on the Fort Lewis College campus. It is dedicated to social justice and de-stigmatizing food insecurity. The Grub Hub distributes recovered and donated food items to students, and relies on the work of passionate students and the generosity of our campus community. For more information on the location and operating hours of the Grub Hub, contact the Sociology & Human Services Department.