Horticulture & Environmental Club
Our current project is an organic garden for use as a practical learning platform for environmentally sound horticulture. The founding of an organic vegetable garden encourages more interest for other students, faculty, staff and the community to learn and put in practice environmentally healthy horticulture. The excess food that is produced by our garden will find its way into the local food stream of the hungry in our community. As a club we are also interested in encouraging sustainable practices both on our campus and the College's service region. We have done activities such as stream cleaning, bringing climate scientists to campus for talks, visiting a fracking site, investigating and promoting recycling and more!
Student club members meet at the community garden (next to the Dickinson Building) on Fridays from 3:00-5:00 p.m. and Sundays from 2:00-4:00 p.m. (usually one shift a week).
- Jeremy Hochberg, email@example.com