Sustainable Landscape Team
These dedicated students from diverse backgrounds are working on the Sustainable Landscape Maintenance project this semester (Fall 2013). Reflecting a variety of majors, they share an interest in making our campus landscape cleaner, healthier, more sustainable.
A Sophomore majoring in Philosophy.
Future goal: To be a teacher.
A second year student in Master of Arts in Sustainable Communities.
Future goal: To create/operate sustainable minded non-profit programs/models that assist disadvantaged individuals/communities holistically, giving people tools to help themselves, their families & community.
A Master’s candidate in Sustainable Communities, mother, off-grid farmer (not in that order). Undergraduate in General Science with focus on ecology.
Future Goal: To create a permaculture-based polycultural farm which people visit to retreat, learn, and become inspired.
A Senior majoring in Art Education, Photography.
Future goal: To have an excellent Student Teaching/First Year as a teacher and to move toward the field of Art Therapy.
A first-year graduate student in the Sustainable Communities program.
Future goal: To be happy and help other people to be happy too.
Previous Team Members
Paul Gazda -
Web Developer, Staff Specialist, Information Technology Services
Facility Services Partners
Ralph Padilla – Manager,
Landscape and Outdoor Services
Susan Dietrich – Lead Groundskeeper
These students worked on the Sustainable Landscape Maintenance project in previous semesters
Representing a variety of majors including Environmental Studies, Environmental Science, Forestry, Education, Civil Engineering and Computer Science, their interest, enthusiasm and hard work helped make this a successful project.
Special thanks to the two students who developed the original Green Fund proposal for this project in 2010