Environmental Communication Community of Practice (EC CooP)

Connected with: Environmental Stewardship

“EC CooP is a space where University of Maine students, faculty, and research partners who share interests in environmental communication and sustainability meet to learn from one another, advance personal and professional goals, and collaborate to address complex social and ecological issues.”

Meetings: Second Wednesday of the month at 12:00 PM, 429 Dunn Hall

Website: https://sites.google.com/maine.edu/ec-coop/home

Contact Bridie McGreavy at bridie.mcgreavy@maine.edu or (207)581-1943 or Dr. Laura Rickard at laura.rickard@maine.edu for more information.


Green Team 

Connected with: Environmental Stewardship

“Green Team is a University of Maine student organization that supports all sustainable & environmentally friendly efforts on campus. We have worked on projects as large as national campaigns, and as small as advocating minor changes to campus life. We seek green habits for all people so that environmental consciousness becomes more prevalent in the future.

The purpose of the Green Team shall be increasing awareness, creating action, and taking action with regard to efficiency and sustainability on campus and in the community.”

Meetings: Wednesdays at 6:00PM, 205 Little Hall

Contact Tristan Hernandez, President, at tristan.hernandez@maine.edu for more information.


Horticulture Club

Connected with: People and Plants

“Horticulture Club provides students interested in plants with an opportunity to engage in a variety of activities outside of the classroom.  The Horticulture Club organizes field trips to gardens, nurseries, and greenhouses.  They host guest speakers and participate in the Bangor Garden Show.  The club propagates and grows a variety of plants in the Roger Clapp Greenhouses for plant sales. ” 

Meetings: Mondays at 5:30PM, Roger Clapp Greenhouse

Contact Leala Machesney, Vice President, at leala.machesney@maine.edu for more information.


Partners for World Health – University of Maine

Connected with: Health and Community

“Partners for World Health, UMO is a chapter that works to provide medical aid and education to developing countries. The chapter collects unused, discarded medical supplies from local hospitals (such as St. Joseph’s and Eastern Maine Medical Center), relocates, sorts and packages the material at the Portland Warehouse where it is then ready to be shipped to developing nations or be taken on a medical outreach trip.
Medical outreach trips occur during the academic winter and summer breaks. The chapter tries to fundraise for these trips through events and grant proposals.”

Meetings: Biweekly on Thursdays at 5:15PM, Bumps room of the Union.

Contact Tessa Lilley at tessa.lilley@maine.edu and Ana Eliza Souza Cunha at ana.souza@maine.edu, co-presidents, for more information.