The two-month-long energy conservation effort Campuses take Charge has officially kicked off at OSU as of April 2nd. The campaign encourages students to try new energy-saving actions for a month, and to log their conservation data after they are finished. The campaign is sponsored by Energize Corvallis, the OSU Sustainability Office, and the Student Sustainability Initiative.
To join, students can simply follow the link, sign up and select three actions to try for a month. In order to participate these steps must be taken prior to April 30th.
At the end of each participant’s month of energy-saving actions, they are eligible to receive an exclusive Take Charge Coupon Card featuring local Corvallis Businesses. These businesses include Block 15, Les Caves Bier and Kitchen, Roxy Dawgs, Cycle Solutions, Nearly Normals, Benton Habitat for Humanity Restore, Second Glance, Second Glance Annex, The Alley, and the First Alternative Co-Op.
Join us and start Taking Charge today!