Islander Green Team's mission is to create a more sustainable campus and community by means of activism, research, and service projects. We believe in doing what we can to take care of our earth and spreading awareness as well as knowledge on environmental issues.
The Green Team was developed to publicize the growing number of projects and programs that promote sustainability through environmental initiatives taking place around campus. If you sponsor programs, research, or know of other activities that promote environmental stewardship/green initiatives, tell us your stories by: providing photos, web site links, and other applicable information. To have your green initiative postings included on this Web site, please e-mail them to us!
Below is a campus map showing the location of our garden, refill stations, recycle bins, composting kitchens and more.
Together we are able to ensure our University Environment stays Green and Clean.
Calling All of Islander Green!
How do you want your Garden? What do you want to grow? What would you want to see or even eat? Floral or vegetation?
Apply for your very own garden box!
If you or an organization would like to claim a box, please fill out the form below. Please be aware that it will be your job to take care of and water what you have planted.
For more pictures on the Garden Build Event visit our FaceBook page at https://www.facebook.com/tamuccislandergreen
Are you part of the TAMUCC Community? Then you are part of Islander Green!
The Green Team supports the Environmental Council and the Texas A&M University Corpus Christi Environmental Policy. The team encourages Environmental Stewardship while promoting school spirit and Environmental Awareness.
learn more about what you can do to help out the environment here
Meetings for Fall 2017 are as follows:
In preparing for the Islander Green Team, this Islander Green Web page will be continually under construction and updating.
Check back frequently for new information and meeting schedules.
The Environmental Council meets to review proposals for green projects that will be funded by the student approved Environmental Service (Green) Fee.
Students are welcome to attend.
Check out the EC Website for more information on the Environmental Council.
Send your ideas to our facebook, orgsync, student government representatives, staff or faculty councils, or the Environmental, Health & Safety Department.