SSU's Fairfield Osborn Preserve is serving a pivotal role in making the Alerrt North Bay system a reality. A radio tower at the preserve links the network of towers across Sonoma County to the high-speed internet service on the SSU campus, giving emergency personnel access to information about fire location and rate of spread during wildfire.
(Rohnert Park) – Before a crowd of nearly 300 people, Sonoma State President Judy K. Sakaki on Friday signed the landmark “President's Climate Leadership Commitment," a comprehensive roadmap for mitigating and adapting to a changing climate, one that sets high goals of sustainability for the university.
Copeland Creek is facing alot of challenges including siltation, poor water quality and invasion by non-native species. Despite these issues, the creek is still home to huge range of animal and plant life.
This 4-day training gives you new insights into local landscapes and the skills to share your knowledge with children and friends.
This holiday season come outside with us and get a fresh new perspective.
Get Ready. Find Solutions.
Find out how students tackled sustainability issues related to air, water, fire, biodiversity and education
$14,000 is available to faculty from all disciplines to engage students in sustainability challenges and field studies. Deadline for applications has been extended to Friday September 21, 2018.