Want to get a better sense of where and how sustainability is happening in real time at Penn State?

Get out! Take a walk, or check it out virtually!

Take a Tour: map.psu.edu

In the Sustainability Section of this interactive university map, you’ll find:

  1. LEED Buildings
  2. Solar Sites
  3. Sustainability Experience Center
  4. The Student Farm

Heritage Trees

Wondering what that beautiful tree whose limbs touch the ground behind Armsby Building is? You can find descriptions of the campus trees here, including heritage trees, commemorative trees and even see some that are no longer with us on the historical archive. Use the filters to find the trees you want or zoom in and take an aerial view of campus. Click on trees to find their descriptions — red- and orange-tagged trees are heritage trees and yellow-tagged trees are commemorative trees.

Shaver’s Creek Environmental Center

Located between State College and Huntingdon, only 12 miles from Penn State’s University Park campus, SCEC offers trails, live animals up close, opportunities to learn about conservation, and loads of good programs.