Gregory S. Farley, Director of Sustainability, Washington College | Facility Executive Live! Conference | Creating Intelligent Buildings

Jeff has been Director of Landscape, Airport and Golf Services at the University of Mississippi since 2000. He and his team have gained national recognition through Ole Miss winning the National Professional Grounds Maintenance Society (PGMS) Best Maintained Campus twice, and named most beautiful campus by Newsweek in 2011, the Princeton Review in 2013 and USA Today in 2016. He is the current President of PGMS.


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Jeff has been Director of Landscape, Airport and Golf Services at the University of Mississippi since 2000. He and his team have gained national recognition through Ole Miss winning the National Professional Grounds Maintenance Society (PGMS) Best Maintained Campus twice, and named most beautiful campus by Newsweek in 2011, the Princeton Review in 2013 and USA Today in 2016. He is the current President of PGMS.

Gregory S. Farley, Director of Sustainability, Washington College | Facility Executive Live! Conference | Creating Intelligent Buildings


https://facilityexecutive.com/live/001788/gregory-s-farley/
Jeff has been Director of Landscape, Airport and Golf Services at the University of Mississippi since 2000. He and his team have gained national recognition through Ole Miss winning the National Professional Grounds Maintenance Society (PGMS) Best Maintained Campus twice, and named most beautiful campus by Newsweek in 2011, the Princeton Review in 2013 and USA Today in 2016. He is the current President of PGMS.

Gregory S. Farley, Director of Sustainability, Washington College

Gregory S. Farley, Director of Sustainability, Washington College

Greg is the first Director of Sustainability for Washington College in Chestertown, MD. His responsibilities include management of waste, water, fuel, and electricity; development of sustainability and energy strategy; and “greening” the 237-year-old campus. He works alongside students, faculty, and staff to reduce Washington College’s impact on the global, regional, and local environments. Prior to this position, he was Professor of Biological Sciences and Director of the Center for Leadership in Environmental Education at Chesapeake College, in Wye Mills, MD. A biologist by training, Greg holds degrees from Duke University and Florida State University. He is co-editor, with Jennifer Chirico, of “Thinking Like an Island:  Navigating a Sustainable Future in Hawai‘i.”