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The Environmental Students Association is an activity-oriented group of environmentally-minded students working to build community, achieve campus sustainability, and improve our relationships with the natural world. Join us for eco-conscious cooking, habitat building, Green Fund project creation, eco education and much more! Membership is open to all full time students and alumni.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Tami Ransom
Club Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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