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We are out of time. Our collective action or inaction within the next decade or so will determine the fate of civilization. Climate change presently driven by historic emissions from burning fossil fuels will affect everything about the lives of the current generation of students in college. It will determine what they eat, where they […]

Unity College  has an academic focus on sustainability science.  Will this get you a job?  You bet! See the excerpts from an article below posted from Greenbuzz. According to Marsha Willard, executive director of the International Society of Sustainability Professionals and CEO of Axis Performance Advisors, the value of a sustainability degree is “increasing as […]

When: 4-6PM Friday, May 2nd Where: Unity College, Room PW207 Free of charge. True Cost of Coal posters available on a siding scale donation!  Come join the Beehive Collective as we use the True Cost of Coal graphic, engaging storytelling narrative, and collaborative learning techniques to talk and learn about complex issues such as colonization, industrial […]

Please join the Unity College Animal Barn in welcoming our new breeding pair of American Guinea Hog heritage breed meat pigs, listed as Critical Breed Status by The Livestock Conservancy. ‘Luna’ (pictured) and her partner ‘Lurch’ were provided by Sunnywood Farm in Unity and are part of an effort to re-introduce this hearty, medium sized […]

In response to a trend of increasing enrollment and the popularity of campus living, Unity College is beginning construction of a 70 bed, suite style residence hall.
 Constructed to meet LEED Silver standards, the approximately 18,000 square foot, $4.2 million hall will house about 70 students and is expected to be ready for occupancy during […]

Our much anticipated lambs have entered the world! Our Katahdin ewes made quick work of the three births (all within about 24 hours of one another) and are now bonding with their lovely lambs. The Unity College barn crew, in keeping with the ‘Mountains of Maine’ theme, welcomed Bigelow, Sandy Bay, and Goose Eye early […]