Audubon had named only 2 schools nationwide environmentally aware. Sacred Heart Greenwich is now No. 3.
Jessica Simms, Staff writer for Greenwich Time
Sacred Heart Greenwich has put the environment first after becoming a certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary, only one of three schools in the country with the designation.
The Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program “helps organizations and businesses protect our environment while enhancing their bottom line,” according to a fact sheet made by Audubon International, an environmental organization aimed at creating sustainable surroundings.
Audubon International officially certified Sacred Heart Greenwich on Jan. 25, classifying it — along with American University and the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown — as one of the three United States schools to be named a sanctuary….. Read full article on Greenwich Time