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Jeremy S. King

Sustainability Coordinator

Denison University

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Denison University

100 West College Street

Granville, Ohio,43023

United States

Company Description

Denison University offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package, including tuition benefits at Denison and affiliated colleges throughout the Midwest and a generous retirement contribution. Granville, Ohio, has an excellent public school sy...more

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Partners & Supporters | Licking County OH

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Jeremy King - Campus Sustainability Coordinator, Denison University


Board Members - Licking Land Trust

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Jeremy King
Jeremy King is the Campus Sustainability Coordinator at Denison University where he stewards sustainability initiatives on behalf of the College and acts as a resource for other departments and offices. He also coordinates all campus-wide communication regarding sustainability and serves as a liaison to the surrounding community. An alumna of Denison, Jeremy brings a wealth of educational and resource conservation experience to the position. He taught high school science at Circleville High School in Circleville, Ohio for 10 years and during that time earned aMaster of Science degree in Natural Resources from The Ohio State University. Jeremy is a returned Peace Corps Volunteer having worked on sustainable development and sustainable agriculture projects in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Jeremy is originally from Granville and is a 1993 graduate of Granville High School.


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But in a more urban area such as downtown Newark, that isn't always clear, said Jeremy King, sustainability coordinator for Denison University and a board member for the Canal Market District and Enterprise Hub.
"It's a huge industry here, and I don't think people always fully comprehend that," he said. The board is working on a feasibility study to try to open a food processing facility in Newark that would include cold storage and equipment to package and process produce, King said. That would be a game changer for local farmers in many ways, he said. That's just one example of how the hub could be a win for the farmers and local businesses, King said. "You can set up relationships with other farmers or a large entity," he said. "My sons, Jeremy, Nicholas and Zachery, were very supportive.


Canal Market could be game changer for county farmers | OEFFA News

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But in a more urban area such as downtown Newark, that isn't always clear, said Jeremy King, sustainability coordinator for Denison University and a board member for the Canal Market District and Enterprise Hub.
"It's a huge industry here, and I don't think people always fully comprehend that," he said. The board is working on a feasibility study to try to open a food processing facility in Newark that would include cold storage and equipment to package and process produce, King said. That would be a game changer for local farmers in many ways, he said. That's just one example of how the hub could be a win for the farmers and local businesses, King said. "You can set up relationships with other farmers or a large entity," he said.


Fixing the Broken Wheel | Amazon Partnerships

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By Jeremy King
Jeremy King with teaching science to kids in Puyo, Ecuador. Jeremy King with teaching science to kids in Puyo, Ecuador. Jeremy King served as a U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer in Puyo, Ecuador from 2007 - 2009 and worked with an NGO whose staff of four focused primarily on environmental education, sustainable agriculture and forest conservation. He is currently Sustainability Coordinator for Denison University.


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