UNDER CONSTRUCTION: Please bear with us while we update our Organizations Page!


(last updated: September 7th, 2018)

Learn more about the organizations in our collaborative!


AguaClara is an engineering project team at Cornell that develops sustainable water and wastewater treatment technologies. AguaClara Cornell pioneers research in community-scale water treatment technologies and has partnered with AguaClara Reach and other local organizations to build fourteen AguaClara plants that provide safe water on tap to over 65,000 people.

Contact: aguaclara@cornell.edu

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Alternative Recycling Cornell

Alternative Recycling Cornell (ARC) is a student club dedicated to putting plastic recycling back into the hands of people. Students collect plastic waste from the local community and remould and reshape it in order to give the plastic a new life as a different product. ARC is also raising awareness in the Ithaca community about the negative impacts of plastic waste and how it can be diverted.

Contact: alternativerecyclingcornell@gmail.com

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Amnesty International at Cornell University

Amnesty International is a worldwide movement of people acting on the conviction that governments must not deny individuals their basic human rights. The Cornell chapter established in 2015 aims to continue this mission through grassroots actions on our campus and in the local community.

Anabel's Grocery

Anabel's Grocery is a student-led initiative to operate a grocery store on Cornell's campus that addresses food insecurity by providing students access to healthy and affordable food. Anabel's Grocery also works to increase food literacy at Cornell through their partner organization, Anabel's Programming. After two years of careful prep and planning, including a construction process executed entirely by students, Anabel's Grocery officially opened its doors in May 2017 and is proud to have served over 2,000 unique customers.

Find out how to get involved here.

Contact: contactus@anabelsgrocery.org

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Beekeeping Club

Cornell Beekeeping Club is a group that is dedicated to teaching the art of beekeeping and learning about bees. Beekeeping Club has about eight hives located at Dilmun Hill Student Farm, and is open to students, faculty, staff, and community members. Past events have included hive inspections, soap making, frame-building, candle-making, honey extraction, and visiting local apiaries and workshops.

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