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NECSF follow-up/closing message from the organizers Original post: Tue 10/15/2013 at 10:18 AM
Dear New England Campus Sustainability Forum Attendees-
Wow! From across the New England region, over 200 people representing more than 35 colleges came together to share and learn about essential skills and topics to advance sustainability in higher education.  We would like to thank all of our presenters who shared their time and knowledge, sparking ideas and discussion on new ways for our campuses to leverage the broad collective knowledge and capital resources available to them. We hope everyone was able to take advantage of the networking opportunities to further engage with the presenters and one another.
We would also like to thank our host institutions, Wentworth Institute of Technology, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, MCPHS University, and Simmons College, who along with the other Colleges of the Fenway, provided warm and welcoming spaces for our Forum. From navigating their unique campuses to serving delicious local food, the staff, faculty, and students from our host institutions provided support across the board.
Finally, though, we would like to thank each of you for attending our Forum and sharing your expertise. As sustainability leaders, you each stepped forward to nurture our vision, share your knowledge, encourage one another, and pass on the experience to help us pave our way into the future. You have shown that by working together we are truly our greatest assets.
We would love to get your feedback and suggestions:
Along with the survey, we have posted online a PDF of the Forum Programand Attendees list to facilitate further collaboration after the Forum. The materials are as follows:
Thank you, 
The Steering and Programing Committees
The New England Campus Sustainability Forum

Event Facts
  • Over 105 of you navigated the Boston streets on bikes, carpooled through rush hour traffic, and were part of the record number who take public transportation into the city every day.
  • 100 people returned badges, which will be used for future events.
  • Over 35 colleges, universities and independent schools were represented
  • Every state in New England was represented at the event.
Congratulations to Jim Corven of Bristol Community College! He won the final solar bag raffle drawing for returning his name badge.
Thank you to our generous sponsors, whose financial contributions made this event possible and affordable!
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