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GCU Biologist Louise Wootton tours maritime forest, dunes with Aqua Kids TV

GCU biologist Louise Wootton, Ph.D., joined Aqua Kids TV for lessons on the flora and fauna of New Jersey’s maritime forest, and offered insight into one of her favorite research subjects—the importance of protecting our dunes!

GCU biologist Louise Wootton, Ph.D., joined Aqua Kids TV for lessons on the flora and fauna of New Jersey's maritime for...

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Let the Journey Begin! GCU in Costa Rica

GCU students and faculty are in Costa Rica for 10 days of exploration and discovery. Led by GCU Professor of Biology Louise Wootton, Ph.D., the group will collect data and even leave behind motion-activated cameras in the rainforest so they can continue to observe wildlife in the region after they return to campus.

GCU students and faculty are in Costa Rica for 10 days of exploration and discovery. Led by GCU Professor of Biology Lou...

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Georgian Court’s Mercy Garden Grows

 

GEORGIAN COURT’S MERCY GARDEN continues to grow in more ways than one. The effort, which launched in late 2011, has produced a variety of vegetables to be shared with local charities. The community vegetable garden helps provide food for local food banks and charities and demonstrates sustainable agricultural practices within our community. Garden leaders also teach participants to grow food for themselves and others within our community. The ongoing project also offers the extended community a hands-on opportunity to learn sustainable concepts and practices while also teaching students about the creation, tending and harvesting of a true garden.  Since the program’s launch, the garden has become a hot spot for volunteers willing to “dig deep” and also serves as a lecture/demonstration site for area residents interested in using the Mercy Garden as a model for creating projects in their own backyards and communities.

  GEORGIAN COURT'S MERCY GARDEN continues to grow in more ways than one. The effort, which launched in late 2011, h...

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