Sustainability at Puget Sound


The University of Puget Sound is committed to integrating a sustainable agenda into the everyday lives of the students and faculty that preside over this campus. Although we have a small student body, we would like to show just how great of an impact individuals can have when they reorient their daily habits to revolve around more cyclical and environmentally aware practices.

Loggers Live Green is the symbol of the university's continuing commitment to sustainability. While striving to act sustainably as an institution, Loggers Live Green encourages behavioral sustainability in all members of the campus community. The path to a healthier and more sustainable future is challenging but made easier by continuous work from the Loggers Live Green community.

For more information about how to become more environmentally active or to learn more about environmental programs and events on campus, take a look through our site, and sign up for our monthly campus sustainability newsletter, the Recycled Rag! 

Click on the links below the photo tiles to learn more!

Loggers Cut Waste

Loggers Unplug

Loggers Commute

Loggers Save Water

Loggers Eat Green

Top 10 Actions

Who To Contact

How To Get Involved

 Wondering where to find all of this on campus? Check out our sustainability map! This interactive map is a great way to familiarize yourself with the sustainable resources available on campus. Click on the drop down menus on the left-hand side for detailed descriptions of each aspect of the map.

Click here to see the sustainability map!