Georgia College Community Members Leave Their Mark on Campus

GC students and staff members plant a Ginkgo outside of A&S.

Georgia College Community Members Leave Their Mark on Campus

Members of the GC community recently had the opportunity to get their hands dirty and plant a tree on campus. Facilitated by the Department of Grounds and Landscaping and the Office of Sustainability, several new trees were added to various locations around campus, including the lawns outside of Ennis Hall, Porter Hall, Russell Library, and the Sandra Dunagan Deal Center for Early Language and Literacy. From Ginkgos to Live Oaks, the GC campus just got a little “greener”.  Thank you to all who participated: Alexa Anderton, Ally Esmond, Jackson Tracy, Jackson Wright, Ashley Smith, Mitchell Prowant, Nick Grant, Alexa Anderton, Sophie Petritz, Claudia Hawkins, Alexia Poole, Andrea Villatoro, Matthew Malstrom, Eleanor Williams, Janet Wyndham-Quin, Ruth Eilers, Maria Gordon, and Cindy Bowen. There will be more opportunities to plant a tree on campus in February once everyone returns from the winter break. If you are interested, please contact Susan Daniels, Assistant Director of Facilities Management for Landscaping and Grounds, at susan.daniels@gcsu.edu.

 

Updated: 2020-11-18
Susan Daniels
susan.daniels@gcsu.edu
(478) 445-3206
Sustainability, Office of