Wilson College has a long track record with regard to its commitment to environmental science and sustainability. Since 1994, Wilson has housed the Fulton Center for Sustainability Studies, which provides a wide range of projects and programming aimed at furthering education about sustainable practices and lifestyles. The Fulton Center is educating students of all ages for humane stewardship of our communities and our world
FCSS operates the seven-acre USDA Certified Organic Fulton Farm, which grows vegetables and offers them to the College community and the community-at-large through its market share program. Fulton Farm has been a long standing supporter of Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture.
In January 2009, Wilson opened the Harry R. Brooks Complex for Science, Mathematics and Technology, the first LEED-certified building in Franklin County, PA.
Certified Naturally Grown
Department of Environmental Protection
PASA (Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture)
Sustainable Energy Fund of Central Eastern Pennsylvania
Environmental Science at Wilson
Wilson College Self-Guided Sustainable Energy Tour
Dr. Edward Wells
Chair of Environmental Studies