Get Involved!

At Muhlenberg, you'll find a vibrant student community focused on sustainability. Join one of these student-run organizations—or start your own. For more information, follow us on Muhlenberg College Sustainability, reach out to a club's organizers via social media or contact Sustainability Coordinator Kalyna Procyk.


Muhlenberg Environmental Action Team (EnAcT)

EnAcT is a student organization that educates the campus on sustainability and environmental issues and develops projects and programs to better the ecological impact of individuals. EnAcT's mission is to spread environmental awareness and cultivate ecological literacy while actively taking part in the ecological betterment of the campus, local, and global communities.
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Food Recovery Network

The Food Recovery Network’s goal is to reduce wasted food by collecting excess catered food and delivering it to community organizations. Students partner with Muhlenberg Dining and Turning Point of the Lehigh Valley to reduce food waste at the College and support individuals and families at Turning Point. 
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 Garden Club

The Muhlenberg Community Garden is curated and maintained in the spring, summer and fall by the Garden Club. The garden is home to a collection of sustainability initiatives in addition to the vegetables and flowers grown there such as the composting program, rainwater collection tanks and the permaculture garden, which is home to a collection of local plants and herbs.
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Plant-Based Advocates

Plant-Based Advocates at Muhlenberg is  spreading awareness of how a plant-based diet benefits environmental health and animal welfare.
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 Beekeeping Club

This new club is dedicated to the education of the student body on the traditions of beekeeping, the anatomy of bees, and their importance to the ecosystem.
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Outdoor Club

The Outdoor Club is a community of adventurous, nature-loving and nature-oriented students who want to experience and promote a sense of harmony with the outdoors. The club gives students the opportunity to hike, climb, bike, swim, raft and more!
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 Community Engagement

Through the College's Office of Community Engagement, students can volunteer to support sustainable communities and take advantage of leadership opportunities in partnership with numerous local organizations and non-profit groups.