Their surveys must be lost in the mail

by Pete Talbot

Other Big Sky Conference schools made the Sierra Club’s list of the 100 greenest colleges, like Northern Arizona and Portland State.

No sign of UM or MSU, though, and I’d heard these campuses were supposed to be going green.

Did the Grizzlies and Bobcats forget to send in the Sierra Club surveys, or are they not stacking up (environmentally, that is)?

Being on this list is a good thing: not just for image, but it’s economically and socially responsible. Montana’s universities and colleges should be in the top ten.

  1. Pronghorn

    Agreed. Maybe UM didn’t make it because we

  2. JC

    Here’s the link to a big article in the Indy last week about UofM and going green: “It’s not easy going green”

    • petetalbot

      Thanks for the link, JC. I must have missed that issue. It looks like UM is doing a lot of planning. I hope it’s followed up by some action.

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