Marlins Go Green
Virtual Earth Day Celebration
BACK and to the FUTURE: The Sustainable Progression of VWU (April 20-April 27)
This week, Marlins Go Green and Facilities Management are hosting our second annual Earth Week , with this year's theme being BACK and into the FUTURE: The Sustainable Progression of VWU. The celebration aims to honor the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, as well as recognize the changes that Virginia Wesleyan has undergone over the past 50 years to establish itself as one of Virginia's leading universities in sustainable development. Follow the link below to keep up with global environmental movements and to find ways to get involved from the comfort of your own home!
The Marlin Meadows Community Garden aims to showcase the interconnection between students and faculty of various disciplines by providing a space where their work can be displayed in unison. The garden is an extension of the native plant gardens around the Greer Center of Environmental Science, and will feature displays from, but not limited to, the departments of the Arts, Business, English, History, and Social Sciences. With help from Norfolk Botanical Gardens and the Elizabeth River project, Marlins Go Green will oversee the development of the department-inclusive garden, which will officially open in Fall of 2020.
Franklin D. Roosevelt