Members of Wellesley’s Sustainability Co-op, as active advocates of sustainable change, work to provide, grow, and cook food for ourselves in a sustainable conscious manner, educate the community on issues of the environment and sustainability, contribute to and strengthen sustainable action and understanding within our own college community and the broader local and global communities, and to be mindful and commit in our daily lives to measures that conserve all our resources. To that end, we present The Scoop Blog, where we will post ideas and inspirations, successfully sustainable meals, and issues that cause us to rethink and redefine sustainability. Ultimately, we hope to present the nuances and complications of living more sustainably, and that doing so brings not only delicious food, but also community.
Scoop celebrated Halloween with a mixer that included students from Wellesley and Olin. The party included donuts, mulled wine, birthday cake for Meg, and lots of dancing and singing. Some costume highlights included sheep, jedi knights, among many others.
Wellesley College’s Sustainability Cooperative has two open spaces for the Spring 2013 semester. Please come by one of our open house and information sessions, email us with questions, and fill out our application. The process consists of a written application and an interview. We really try to make sure that SCoop is a good fit for the person and that the applicant is a good fit for us. Without further ado, let the applications roll in.