Tiger Blue Goes Green News
Blue Goes Green Fall 2013

More Fall 2013 Features:

U of M’s “green” event Oct. 8
Bike-share program now in high gear
Recycling efforts have hefty goal
Nothing fishy about these placards
Projects funded by Green Fee
Let’s Grow Garden Expo set for Nov. 2

Tiger Blue Goes Green News

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U of M’s signature “green” event scheduled for Oct. 8 U of M’s signature “green” event scheduled for Oct. 8
Looking for a fun fall festival that is in easy reach? The Oct. 8 Annual Tiger Blue Goes Green Day will offer group bike rides to campus, dozens of interactive exhibits and a festival-type atmosphere while promoting all things green.
U of M student bike-share program now in high gear U of M student bike-share program now in high gear
With parking at a premium as it is at the beginning of most semesters, University of Memphis students might want to turn to pedal power to find an easier avenue to class this fall.
U of M recycling efforts have hefty goal this fall/spring U of M recycling efforts have hefty goal this fall/spring
Think twice before throwing that aluminum soda can in the trash ‑ the University of Memphis is working toward a goal of recycling one million pounds by the end of June 2014.
Nothing fishy about these placards Nothing fishy about these placards
You may have noticed the bright blue and green placards with a picture of a fish reading “No Dumping! Drains to River” appearing on storm drains around the U of M.
Projects funded by Campus Green Fee Projects funded by Campus Green Fee
Projects funded by the Sustainable Campus Fee (Green Fee) for 2013-14.
Let’s Grow Garden Expo set for Nov. 2 Let’s Grow Garden Expo set for Nov. 2
Everything you need to know about gardening and even more will be presented during the Let’s Grow Garden Expo.
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