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Picture Green 2012: PICTURES

Clemson Recycles’ Picture Green 2012 Art Show was a hit!

See our entry about the great article from the Tiger here https://mantrameds.wordpress.com/2012/04/02/clemson-pictures-a-green-world-sustainable-art-exhibition-encourages-recycling-materials/

This is Red, by Jena Heaton. He was a performance art piece (marionette) made out of red bull cans.

These are upcycled art pieces by Kevin Anderson

Recycle Action by Sierra Kramer

The lovely Kate Ripley, coordinator of this event

Solid Green table featuring 100% Recycled X-Ray Gray shirts by Earthspun Apparel!


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Solid Green Presents Dirty Jobs!

Solid Green, a student group at Clemson University that promotes sustainability, is hosting Dirty Jobs – an event dedicated educating students about recycling on Clemson’s campus. Students who participate will receive a “Peace, Love, Recycling” recycled earthspun t-shirt! Get involved at your alma mater to help support groups like this one.


Student Groups for Sustainability

A few of us here at MantraMeds are Clemson University Alumni. Clemson has several student groups dedicated to sustainability. Check them out on Facebook to support their initiatives or to get similar groups started at your alma mater!

Clemson Recycles – Our mission is to promote recycling through coordination and sponsoring events to raise awareness about recycling at Clemson University and in the community. Like Clemson Recycles on facebook!

Solid Green – The mission of the Solid Green Club (SGC) is to function as an active extension of the Clemson University Solid Green Committee (SG) by bringing about a heightened awareness of environmental issues, promoting a “Green Clemson” community and coordinating and sponsoring educational and service activities that further the community’s commitment to a more sustainable environment.  Like Solid Green on Facebook!

Students for Environmental Action -Mission is to promote sustainability through advocacy, education, and funding projects that address environmentalism. Like Students for Environmental Action on Facebook!