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Sam Hagler and Tim McKinley—two Graduate students in the Sustainable Communities program—have decided to throw the traditional spring break to the wind and participate in a worthy cause instead. According to their facebook page their mission is to:
bicycle 250 miles in Northern California, to raise awareness for the importance of school gardens as supplementary educational tools. With your help, we hope to raise $5,000 to support the schools’ independent gardening programs.
The money they raise will be used to fund school garden projects in the Flagstaff area in coordination with the Foodlink and School Gardens Aciton Research Teams (ARTs) on campus. Currently, they have raised $375 of their $5,000 goal. To donate, please visit the Ride for School Gardens Razoo page and be sure to follow their journey this week by tuning in to their facebook page.
Good luck Sam and Tim!
Northern Arizona University’s Yellow Bike Program (YBP) has undergone some changes this year. It is still a free community bike program but now with a more secure and reliable checkout system in place.
To check out a yellow bike, visit the Du Bois Center, the University Union, or the new Health & Learning Center to fill out a liability waiver, and present your NAU ID. You will be provided a bike, a lock, and key, and a helmet (upon request). Hours are 7:30 AM to 7 PM Monday through Friday.
Bikes (including lock, key, and helmet) must be returned within seven days. If there is not a waiting list, you may check out the bike again if you would like for another seven days.
- NAU Police Department (Bike Laws)
- Arizona Department of Transportation Bicycle & Pedestrian Program – Arizona Revised Statutes, Bicycle Laws
- Campus Recreation: 523-9526
- University Union: 523-4636
- Du Bois Center: 523-1594
- Student Life: 523-5181
Do you have an interest in transportation issues at NAU? Come to this week’s Transportation Action Team Meeting!
The Transportation Action Team (TransAT) focuses on evaluating, supporting, promoting and improving sustainable transportation alternatives at NAU. The group’s cross-campus discussions bring more awareness to the initiatives and ideas that can provide direction for the campus goal of carbon neutrality by 2020. This includes making connections across the Campus Master Plan, the NAU Strategic Plan and the Climate Action Plan. All interested individuals and groups are welcome to participate.
Please contact Kristen Bullard for more information!
The following are upcoming Transportation Action Team meetings for 2012:
- Jan 20 (ARD Large Pod)
- Feb 3 (ARD SMALL POD)
- Feb 17 (ARD Large Pod)
- Mar 2 (ARD Large Pod)
- Mar 16 (ARD Large Pod)
- Mar 30 (ARD Large Pod)
- Apr 13 (ARD Large Pod)
- Apr 27 (ARD Large Pod)
- May 25 (ARD Large Pod)
- June 8 (ARD Large Pod)
- June 22 (ARD Large Pod)
See Transportation Action Team accomplishments here.