Most of the maps of Indiana are discoverable in IUCAT. See How to Search for Maps for more tips of finding relevant materials. This list also includes digitized maps available online, as well as online databases of spatial data.
An all-ages social and advocacy group for vegetarians, vegans, and veggie-lovers alike in Bloomington, Indiana
The Bloomington Community Orchard is an all-volunteer nonprofit (501c3), devoted to growing fruit trees and other perennial edible agriculture for the community to enjoy, while growing orcharding skills through education and experience-sharing. The publicly owned orchard is maintained by volunteers, and the harvest is available to everyone.
The Bloomington Food Policy Council exists to increase and preserve access to sustainably produced, locally grown, healthful food for all residents in Monroe and surrounding counties.
Inspired and passionate people collaborate at the Center for Sustainable Living of Bloomington, Indiana to share how people can care for our Earth and live well together.
Sycamore Land Trust has been protecting land, restoring habitat, and connecting people to nature in southern Indiana since 1990.
An Environmental Protection Agency project from the 1970s to capture environmental problems on film
A popular environmental science book published in 1962 which documented the adverse environmental effects caused by the indiscriminate use of pesticides
Shot throughout Philadelphia during Earth Week in the lead up to festival, and at the festival itself, the film features community groups, citizens, and celebrities-all reflecting on the crisis facing the planet at the end of the 60s.
Comprehensive list of environmental sustainability research resources available from the Government Information, Maps & Microform Services (GIMMS) department at Indiana University Bloomington Libraries
Scott Libson, History Librarian
Christine Wagner, Administrative Secretary
IU Libraries Sustainability Interest Group
Emily Alford, Head of GIMMS