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Sterling College has been recognized by two national media outlets for its sustainability efforts. Sierra magazine has awarded a Special Achievement Award in Food, and the College has also been named one of BestColleges.com’s “Greenest Colleges and Universities.”
Sierra magazine conferred the Special Achievement Award in Food to Sterling College as part of its annual “Cool Schools” for 2015. This list, released by the Sierra Club’s official publication, ranks universities that lead sustainability initiatives.
Sterling was ranked #2 of 153 institutions for sustainable food. The College grows 20% of its own food on campus and has one of the country’s first collegiate sustainable agriculture programs. Earlier in 2015, the Real Food Challenge declared Sterling College to have the nation’s top local, sustainable, humane, and fair-trade collegiate food system, with 76% of its food declared healthy, fair, and green. The full Sierra list can be found at http://www.sierraclub.org/sierra/2015-5-september-october/cool-schools-2015/full-ranking.
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