With the Hidden Hands Garden at Stono Preserve, the CofC community is digging deep into the history of the land and sustainable agricultural practices that were used there.
Graduate student Lee Bundrick, who will receive dual master's degrees in public administration and environmental studies, is in charge of preserving over 2,200 acres on Kiawah Island.
Thanks to a partnership between the College of Charleston, Charleston Area Bee Keepers Association and the Golden Pearl Foundation, a student garden now gets the natural benefits of honeybees.
Sarah Fraser ’05 (M.E.S.) is a sustainability specialist at New Belgium Brewing, where she supports the company’s environmental stewardship programs.
Tyler Hassig earned a master's degree in environmental studies while also volunteering for the Peace Corps in the Philippines.
Charleston's population is growing exponentially, which has prompted a recent transportation study and proposed city-wide bike share. MES/MPA student Aaron Holly weighs in.