The Mānoa Sustainability Council is a grassroots organization that provides a monthly forum for communication between students, faculty and staff regarding campus sustainability projects, events and initiatives. The council meets on the third Wednesday of each month during the academic year in HIG 2010 from 3–4 p.m. Past minutes and agendas, as well as a history of sustainability efforts at UH Mānoa are available.
Cycle Mānoa is a student volunteer organization dedicated to promoting and enabling cycling on campus, and throughout the Island. Cycle Mānoa provides bike repairs to students for free, and parts at cost, as well as hands on learning of bike repair.
Student Organic Farm Training (SOFT) is a student-driven organization that run the SOFT Student Farm, a place for student exploration and leadership in agriculture. Central to SOFT’s mission is to promote sustainability through local food production and community health.
The Surfrider Foundation – UH Mānoa Chapter has the mission of protecting and enjoying our oceans through a powerful student activist network.
The Ecology Club at UH Mānoa includes environmental studies students as well as those from other majors. The club gets involved in service projects, field trips, field experience and a number of other ways to give back to the community.
The UH Campus Arboretum is a liaison between Landscaping and the campus community, and welcomes research design proposals as well as volunteers for a variety of on-going projects. Get to know the diversity of plant life that makes UH Mānoa a botanical garden that specializes in trees! Yes, the entire campus is an arboretum.