Environmental Center Kitchen

As the energy and water suck of any building, it is quite the feat that the Class of 1966 Environmental Center is able to incorporate a commercial kitchen into its space. This kitchen is a mosaic of some of the most sustainable appliances and furniture, most notably the induction stove top, efficient stove hood, and chairs made of recycled coca-cola bottles. The space draws the student body and community into the building for many different events and is a wonderful way to use all of the produce and herbs grown on site.

Our commercial kitchen and indoor seating

Kitchen Use

The Environmental Center Kitchen can be used by students, faculty, and staff. It is fully equipped with a refrigerator, microwave, stove, oven, dishwasher, and sinks. If you are interested in using the Environmental Center Kitchen, you must first complete a 30 minute training. To schedule a training please email Caroline Bruno (cwb2).

The Kitchen is often used by language classes and faculty, the college’s cooking club Moo-mami, Zilkha Center summer interns, and individuals looking for a space to cook outside of the dorms.

To see if the Kitchen is free, you may email Caroline – after completing a training, you can reserve the kitchen yourself using the google calendar that you will be shared on.