Sustainable Business

A conceptual rendering imagines the view of a daylighted Boone Creek, green space in the current Peacock parking lot and a mixed-use parking deck adjoining Peacock Hall and Howard St.

ASU, Boone, conservancy discuss Boone Creek daylighting proposal Oct 10, 2019

Visions of daylighting Boone Creek along Rivers Street are progressing into plans, and Appalachian State University, town of Boone and New River...

Sustainable Business, Front Page
Holshouser Ethics to present lunch and learn on sustainable business topic Sept. 19

Holshouser Ethics to present lunch and learn on sustainable business topic Sept. 19 Sep 9, 2019

Sustainable Business Lunch & Learn 
Thursday, Sept. 19
12:30 - 2:00 p.m.
Peacock Hall 4140,...

Events, Sustainable Business, Dept - MGT, Holshouser
Eric Cheek ’18, Quantitative Geoscience major and Carly Maas, senior, Quantitative Geoscience major, measuring stream discharge in Boone Creek. Photo by Dr. William Anderson.

Survey respondents willing to pay for stormwater management and reduce negative effects from runoff Jun 11, 2019

Using the Boone Creek watershed that runs through Appalachian State University’s campus as a laboratory, an interdisciplinary research team at...

Front Page, Dept - ECON, Research, Sustainable Business
Rows of solar panels line the south-facing side of the Horse Helpers of the High Country barn in Zionville. The panels power the barn as well as the organization’s approximately 2 acres of electric fencing.

Solar barn installed at Horse Helpers of the High Country with energy grant from App State Jun 3, 2019

BOONE, N.C. — Appalachian State University’s mission of sustainability doesn’t end at its campus borders.

Faculty, Sustainable Business