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Gardner-Webb University students have begun an ambitious journey toward environmental sustainability and stewardship, community involvement, and service for humanity. The vehicle by which those destinations will be reached is the brand new Community Garden project. The garden project is in full bloom this spring, but the seeds were planted last semester when Stephanie Richey, Gardner-Webb’s community outreach coordinator, led a student service trip to an organic farm outside Asheville, N.C.
Brittany Mote, Children's Homes of Cleveland County, Community Garden, Community Service, Health and Wellness, Jeffrey Hartman, Matt Leonard, Metrolina Food Bank, Physical Education Wellness and Sports Studies, Stephanie Richey, Student Government Association
Office of University Communications and Leonard, Matt, "Green Thumbs, Full Hearts" (2011). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 2080.