Something to be thankful for!

It’s been almost exactly a year since I took Dr. Daniel Carter’s environmental education class to the ATO Spring to learn about the spring and its significance, do some nature journaling, and see the trashed condition that the spring and its environs were in. ATO Sam Seawell was in that class, and he decided to do something about the situation. Here we are one year later: Sam is presenting to Dr. Margo Shea’s Place, Memory, and Identity class about his and his fraternity brothers’ efforts to clean up and maintain the area and open up access to this special place to community members and visitors. Bravo!

 

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