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Explore water at UC Davis
What happens to campus wastewater? How is groundwater related to aquatic ecosystems? How can the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta best be managed? Water at UC Davis includes everything from managing Putah Creek on campus and studying watershed science to correcting California water myths and applying affordable technology to public drinking water systems.
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The Arboretum gardens occupy 100 acres along the banks of the old north channel of Putah Creek.
Find out how UC Davis is integrating water efficiency and landscaping on campus.
Find out what makes UC Davis the #1 Cool School in the nation.
UC Davis was designated the “#1 Cool School” by Sierra Magazine for 2012-13.
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Find out how to make your landscaping a little greener.
Products and resources for sustainable horticulture in California’s Central Valley.
The program's goal is to increase awareness and understanding of the relationships between water resources and land use policies and practices.
Program focuses on developing healthier communities through sustainable design and defining effective ways to utilize energy and water.
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The center is dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of critical issues in watershed science.
The institute supports innovation and discovery aimed at solving environmental problems.
The Land Air and Water Resources academic department studies climate change, sustainable agriculture, environmental quality and landscape processes.
The Tahoe Environmental Research Center performs multidisciplinary, collaborative research on lakes and their surrounding watersheds.
Student InvolvementSee full list…
UC Davis has the most comprehensive offering of environmental degree programs in the nation. Find out about eco-courses, graduate groups, departments and programs.
This list includes UC Davis courses with the word "sustainable" in their course titles or descriptions.
CCE is a student-run organization that promotes environmental awareness on campus.
How to find sustainability-related courses at UC Davis