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OSU Sustainability Map

OSU Facilities Management Landscape Services has played a pivotal role in enhancing our campus environment by developing comprehensive maps that showcase the integration of gardens, art installations, sustainability initiatives, and the campus arboretum. Through planning and collaboration, these maps serve as invaluable guides for both visitors and the campus community. They not only highlight the beauty of our gardens and the significance of our art installations but also provide essential information about sustainable practices and the diverse flora within our arboretum. 

Landscape Services Maps





Museum of Art

Campus Sustainability Call Out Map

1.     Student Union - A LEED Certified building

               The Student Union is the hub of activity here at OSU.  There are multiple sustainable building practices and building materials used here such as:

               Union Express - The floor is made of recycled #2 plastic

                    University Dining has reusable shopping bags available here as well

               OSU Recycling - in the Union you will notice the start of our program to have recycling next to trash receptacles to provide easy access when disposing

               Floors made from recycled tires in front of Chick-Fil-A

               Sunflower seed bar-height counter by Red Earth Kitchen

               Red Earth Kitchen specializes in locally-sourced food            

2.     Rainwater Collection present in Price Family Garden

3.     Tree Campus Higher Education

               OSU has been a Tree Campus Higher Education since 2011

4.    Permeable materials used for Monroe Street, Legacy Walk, and Union Plaza

               This allows rainwater to percolate into the ground rather than running off into the drainage basins

               Also outside we use LED lights that use less energy and last longer

               Use two receptacles at every trash location, one for trash and one for recycling of plastic and aluminum

               Landscape services composts around 100 tons of organic material collected from the area and uses it for much and soil amendments

5.     Orange Grove

          Hammock posts in place to help protect trees

6.    Business Building

               Rainwater is collected from the roof of the building and stored in cisterns under the sidewalk

               Solar power pumps are then used do direct the water into the irrigation to the pots on Hester St.

7.   Endeavor Lab

               Wind Turbine

               Solar Panels

               3D Filament Recycling

               Ground Source Heat Pumps

               Automatic Tinting Windows

8.  Oklahoma Native Plant Corridor

9.  Bike Racks, Repair Stations, and Electric Scooters

               OSU has over 200 bike rack locations on campus

10. Multimodal Transportation Transfer Terminal

               The hub for all things transportation related like:

               Public transportation for campus and Stillwater.  OSU's CNG (compressed natural gas) bus fleet helps students and Stillwater residents get around quietly, while also reducing pollution and greenhouse gas emissions

               Orange Ride Bike Rental and Repair shop 

               Big Orange Bus (BOB) - Shuttle from OSU Tulsa to Stillwater, running daily         

11. Greenhouse Learning Center    

               Features two in-vessel composting systems

               Independently climate controlled

12.  Pocket Prairie  


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