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October 23, 2013

Arizona State Cycling Community

Arizona State Cycling Community's (ASCC) primary mission is to improve access to cycling resources and services. ASCC also lobbies the university and local governments for the interests of ASU cyclists. ASCC organizes exciting bicycle social events and reaches out to the greater cycling community.

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ASU Grow

ASU Grow is a group of organic desert gardeners who learn by doing. They manage the vegetable gardens, herb garden and other edible plants on campus. In exchange for garden space, water, seeds, and access to garden tools, members of ASU Grow volunteer for the Arboretum at ASU.

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Barrett Sustainability Club

The Barrett Sustainability Club is a group of students in the honors college that enjoys learning about the world and their place in it. The group emphasizes learning about how society impacts the environment and what people can do to reduce their personal impact. The group values sustainable living practices and promotes an environmentally and socially responsible lifestyle.

Student Organization Profile | Website

UpRoot, The ASU Gardening Club

Dedicated and passionate students, faculty, and staff design, organize, and create an organic community garden on the West Campus. The group advocates and promotes healthier lifestyles and sustainable living at ASU and in the community through gardening, educational events, and research.

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VegAware at ASU

VegAware is a student organization that works to spread awareness and understanding of the issues surrounding a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle and to create a community for students who live a veg lifestyle. VegAware is open to all who have a genuine interest in the animal rights, health and wellness, and environmental issues that lead many to choose a meatless life.

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