Eco House Community
The Eco House is a place where students create the future. This inclusive community is centered around living sustainably, both environmentally and socially. With projects like composting, rain water collection, hydroponics in the greenhouse, and a permaculture garden, students are constantly engaged in reducing their impact on the external environment while simultaneously providing for the needs of the community. House dinners with fresh produce create a unique bond among residents who are always there to talk about difficult issues and help each other through hard times. The Eco House is a living laboratory for exploring new ways of building community and organizing production to create the change the residents want to see in the world.
Meet the Team!
Faculty Fellow: Albert Wurth (Associate Professor, Political Science)
Community Coordinator: Emma Neary, Katelyn Marina
Assistant Director: Lou Gardiner
What Makes this Community Unique?
2019-2020 Location: Warren Square D
House Amenities: Community garden, greenhouse, slow-flow shower heads
- Swap Shops
- DIY Reusable Bags
- Eco House 10-year Reunion