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Green At A Glance

Natural areas: The 290-acre Cofrin Arboretum that surrounds the campus buildings and residence halls is a physically tangible example of UW-Green Bay’s commitment to the natural environment.
Energy efficiencies: Mary Ann Cofrin (MAC) Hall, incorporates day lighting, building-integrated photovoltaic glass, room occupancy lighting sensors and other energy efficiency technology reducing the carbon footprint of campus operations.
Running on good ideas: Home to campus sports and athletic facilities, the Kress Events Center uses flooring made from recycled tires in the fitness area, and retrofitted lighting in several gyms and the pool area for increased efficiency.
Growing Green: Run by the students from SLO Food Alliance on the Union Deck, the purpose of the campus garden is to teach organic gardening to students and provide fresh locally grown food for the UWGB community.