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"Our ideals, laws and customs should be based on the proposition that each generation, in turn, becomes the custodian rather than the absolute owner of our resources and each generation has the obligation to pass this inheritance on to the future."
~ Charles A. Lindbergh

Sustain Winona: A Community Sustainability Collaboration

Winona’s largest public and private institutions - Winona State University, the City of Winona, the County of Winona, Winona Area Public Schools, Minnesota State College - Southeast Technical, and Saint Mary's University of Minnesota - have all committed to partnering together to “walk the talk” in implementing sustainable environmental practices.

This public and private, government and education collaboration is believed to be unique in the nation. The seven local organizations will work together in coming months and years to achieve certification as an ISO 14001 community. That means all of the organizations will eventually meet international standards for energy-efficient and environment-friendly operations.

Collaboration Team Institutions

Winona State University
City of Winona
County of Winona
Winona Area Public Schools
Saint Mary's University
Minnesota State Southeast Technical
Cotter High School

Collaboration Team Leaders

Tex Hawkins, Winona State University
Cindy Jokela, Winona State University
Julie Fassbender, City of Winona
Anne Morse, Winona County
Scott Hannon, Winona Area Public Schools
Andy Robertson, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota
Mike Kroening, Minnesota State College Southeast Technical
Oscar Uribe, Cotter High School
Sue O’Brien, Cotter High School

Collaboration Institutional Leaders

Dr. Scott Olson, Winona State University
Judy Bodway, City of Winona
Duane Hebert, Winona County
Scott Hannon, Winona Area Public Schools
Cindy Marek, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota
Dr. James Johnson, Minnesota State College Southeast Technical

The Collaboration

Sustain Winona's Environmental Policy

Sustainability:
Where, What, When, Why, & How

Calculating Our Carbon Footprints

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Transportation

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