Growing Up Boulder (GUB) is Boulder’s child- and youth-friendly city initiative. GUB is part of the Children, Youth & Environments Program, and it offers Environmental Design students real-world opportunities for child and youth engagement in planning and design.
The Native American Sustainable Housing Initiative (NASHI) is an interdisciplinary collaboration of faculty and students seeking to improve housing conditions on tribal lands through research, education and outreach activities.
The Urban Agriculture Project provides ideas to integrate urban agriculture projects into systems ranging from private gardens to cities. In addition to advocacy and information sharing, it creates generative and sustainable design and planning solutions to engage citizens, companies and governmental entities.