Fall and Winter 2013-14 Events:
Learn more about SFA's Eco To-Go
Do you ever catch yourself grabbing lunch or dinner to-go and eating in the comfort of your dorm? Are you interested in a more sustainable campus? Then eco to-go is perfect for you!
You can STILL sign up for the Eco to-go trials happening right now on campus until the end of the semester!
GO GREEN, GO GREEN! - Hosted by T.E.A.M (The Environmental Awareness Movement)
The 2013-2014 "Go Greek, Go Green" competition will begin March 1st and end April 1st. T.E.A.M will be collecting cans throughout the month of March and the greenest Fraternity or Sorority will win a customized prize! Entry is $20 per fraternity or sorority.
February 27, 2013- Recyclable Fashion Show
Create suites, dresses and outfits of completely recycled material to enter into this year's Recyclable Fashion Show! (Anyone can enter)
6:00PM-8:00PM, SFA's Grand Ballroom in the Student Center
$500 Grand prize and tons of other prizes avaliable
First Place: $500
Second Place: $300
Third Place: $200
Recycle Fashion Show
- Green is the New Black Fashion Show
- This is an example of a dress from a previous show made of drink lables, boxes, and magazines while all accesories are made from soda tabs.
- This is another example of a dress from a previous show made of assorted colored plastic spoons.
Nacogdoches Naturally is sponsored by SFA Pineywoods Native Plant Center and funded through a More Kids in the Woods Grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture U.S. Forest Service. Activities are designed to increase knowledge of forest ecology and the importance of forests in our lives, encourage participation in healthy outdoor physical activities, and cultivate an enhanced connection to nature.
Family Outdoor Adventure - Monthly weekend events for families
After SChool Outdoor Adventure Program - weekly programs during the school year serving the Boys and Girls Club of Nacogdoches and Raguet Elementary
SFA Pineywoods Camp - Summer day camps for youth 4-15 years of age
For more information about Nacogdoches Naturally, call Kerry Lemon, project director at 936-468-5586 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org