The following are some groups that have worked with SEA to help us achieve our goals.




Prevention Awareness & Toxic-free Habits is a non-profit organization in the Dallas-Fort Worth area that has helped SEA expand our base of influence and increase our ability to spread environmental awareness. PATH is part of DFWGA, the Dallas-Fort Worth Green Alliance, a resource-sharing network of local environmental organizations.


Sam’s Club


Sam’s Club has been a strong supporter of SEA and the UTD recycling program. They have contributed greatly to SEA and strongly support our efforts toward recycling and environmental awareness.


Waterview Garden Club (a.k.a Student Gardeners Alliance)


Almost as new to UTD, this group has created a community garden for Waterview residents between Phase II and the nearby soccer fields. Created primarily through the annual Alumni Fund, the garden features several plots for individuals and organizations (such as SEA) for growing herbs, vegetables, and flowers. Come by and visit now or in the coming months when the garden really starts to bloom.


Green Mountain Energy


A participant in last year’s Earth Day celebration as well as a financial contributor to SEA, Green Mountain offers electricity made using renewable, earth-friendly sources, such as solar power and wind power. Texas residents have a choice in their electrical provider, so consider Green Mountain.