Students in Patrick Hurley’s ENV-454 Sustainability in the Suburbs capstone course present on their collective and team-based work at the Ursinus Food Forest. In doing so, students in the capstone continue to carry forward and enhance the work of previous capstone courses that have planned and designed as well as planted the nearly two-acre facility. In this video, four separate teams discuss their projects focusing on ecological monitoring, stewardship, harvesting and product development, and site orientation.
Bardol, Gerald; Bearden, Victoria; Burk, Diana; Cooney, Kristen; DePaul, Megan; Edwards, Aaron; Fowler, Lexi; Galbraith, Nicholas; Holzapfel, Tim; Leahy, Catherine; Martinez, Melissa; Mickles, Austin; Nowacki, Jake; Paris, Benjamin; Ronzoni, Jennifer; Scuderi, Peter; Slaboda, Brandon; and Traub, Hannah, "Ursinus College Food Forest at Whittaker Environmental Research Station" (2021). Environmental Studies Presentations. 12.
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The downloadable .m4v video file has a run time of 56:00.