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.
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.