Welcome to the Sustainable Eagan Academy — an exciting new way for Eagan residents to deepen their understanding of sustainability issues and to help impact the local environment.
Led by members of the Sustainable Eagan Advisory Committee (SEAC) in collaboration with City staff, our innovative program is designed for people of all backgrounds. This series is community-driven and offers monthly sessions on diverse topics related to environmental sustainability.
Academy Dates and Topics
- Jan. 23: Waste Reduction
- Feb. 27: Tax Credits for Sustainability
- March 19: Tree and Plant Preservation
- April 23: Green Yard Resources
- May 28: Water Quality and Conservation
Who should participate?
The Sustainable Eagan Academy is open to all community members of high school age and older. Our program is designed to be inclusive and informative. Participants at all interest levels can engage, learn, and grow on their way to becoming environmental stewards. If you are passionate about sustainability, the local environment, conservation, water quality, trees, and the urban canopy, these sessions are tailor-made for you.
Sustainable Eagan Academy Details
Join 60–90-minute monthly sessions from January through May on various topics starting at 7 p.m. at Eagan City Hall. Participants attending multiple sessions can earn a Sustainable Eagan Academy certificate.
Register for the free sessions now or secure your spot at least a week in advance for each session.