Staff Opportunities

Dig into Spring GOP workshop series

Seed starting with Ellen from Polluck's Hardware Co-Op

Wednesday, April 6th from 12:00-1:00pm

Please join us to learn how to start your seed from your Polluck's Hardware seed kits! These kits contain lettuce, tomato, and cucumber seeds. If you did not receive a seed starting kit but would like to join anyway, please feel free. More info here

Register here.

*This workshop will be recorded & documented on the website.


Happy Houseplants with Ellen from Polluck's Hardware Co-Op

Wednesday, April 13th from 12:00-1:00PM | via Zoom

At our second workshop, we'll be learning all about house plants including, the basics of light, water and other factors associated with plant health, and the ins and outs of propagation and transplanting.  It will also be a good chance to check back in on our seed starts.

Register here.

*This workshop will be recorded & documented on the website.


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Check out the CSO's new Green Office Program and find out how you can help make your workplace more sustainable!


Use Sustainable Transportation!

Please consider using a sustainable mode of transportation to campus! This could include walking, cycling, rolling, busing or carpooling. UW Staff have access to our sustainable transportation showers, bicycle parking, the UWSA Bike Lab, the Employee Sustainability & Wellness Account and more!

Please visit our Transportation page for more tips on how to use and access sustainable transportation resources at UW. 

Ride with Peg City Car Co-op!

All UWinnipeg Staff & Faculty have access to UWinnipeg's Peg City Car Co-op membership to travel or carpool to work outings!

The Sustainability & Wellness Account! 

All Staff and Faculty have access to the Sustainability and Wellness Account, through U of W. The Sustainability and Wellness Account is a financial incentive to make sustainable choices!

This initiative offers $75 to $100 in reimbursements to encourage healthy living for employees as well as better health for our communities and the environment. It achieves this by helping to offset the cost of physical activity, wellness programs, recycling, sustainable transportation, etc.

Join the Campus Sustainability Council! 

The Campus Sustainability Council is composed of students, faculty and staff with particular expertise and/or operational responsibility in aspects of campus sustainability. 

This approach recognizes the strengths and abilities of all members of the campus community and supports partnerships across the University to achieve the goals outlined in the Campus Sustainability Strategy.

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