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There are a number of student groups dedicated to sustainability related issues at Ramapo. For more information about each group, check out the information listed below.

Students Together for Environmental Progress

Students Together for Environmental Progress (1STEP) works to make positive, measurable changes on campus by promoting a sustainable environment. They take small steps that turn into big results in reducing carbon emissions, college costs and preserving the environment.

Fall 2020 Meetings: TBD

Club Advisor: Dr. Ashwani Vasishth

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Ramapo College Beekeeping Club


The Ramapo College Beekeeping Club (RCBC) are the caretakers of the hives installed behind the Sustainability Education Center courtesy of the New Jersey Beekeepers’ Association (NJBA). Even if bees are beyond your comfort zone, you can still participate in their educational campaigns, crafting activities with beeswax and honey, and other events!

Fall 2020 Meetings: Biweekly; Thursday 1–2 PM

Club Advisor: Dr. Eric Wiener

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Garden Club

The Garden Club manages the Redwood Garden located in the College Park Apartments. The club also helps tend to the Campus Wildflower Meadows, and the Garden between the Sharp Sustainability Education Center and the Village.

Fall 2020 Meetings: TBD

Club Advisor: Michael Wilson

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Plant Strong Ramapo

Plant Strong Ramapo is a plant-based student group at Ramapo College dedicated to making compassionate, healthy food choices. Welcoming vegans, vegetarians and the veggie-curious to create a Plant Strong Ramapo!

Plant Strong is Currently Inactive

Club Advisor: Dr. Emma Rainforth

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Student Government Association Sustainability Committee

The Sustainability Committee is dedicated to working together to find new ways in which Ramapo College can be a more environmentally conscious community. In addition, the committee is also responsible for discovering new methods in which students of the college are more engaged and interested in sustainability through meetings and various events.

Fall 2020 Committee Meetings: Weekly; Wednesday 7–8 PM

Chaired by the Secretary of Sustainability: Zoë Tucker-Borrut

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Sunrise RCNJ

Sunrise is a youth movement to stop climate change and create millions of good jobs in the process. They are building an army of young people to make climate change an urgent priority across America, end the corrupting influence of fossil fuel executives on our politics, and elect leaders who stand up for the health and wellbeing of all people. Visit to find out more.

Club Status: Pending

Club Advisor: TBD

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