The Environmental Action Living-Learning site was constructed as part of a funded Lewis & Clark initiative involving the ENVS Program and Student Life. The 2015–16 pilot study was designed to integrate curricular and co‐curricular dimensions of the undergraduate experience via student mentoring and supervised blogging. The project focused on students with environmental interests residing in the Environmental Action Living‐Learning Community (LLC); if successful, we envisioned that the model could be replicated in future among other students residing in LLCs. The site was used intensively during spring semester 2016, when EALLC students (typically first year) and upper division ENVS majors met regularly, discussed weekly themes for their posts, then posted in conversation format. The pilot, involving two dozen students producing roughly 100 posts, proved successful in giving first-year students extra support in navigating the new world of environmental scholarship, and offered the opportunity for upper-division ENVS majors to cultivate and practice leadership skills.