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President breaks ground on sustainability garden

By Kaylyn Hinz

Newton campus celebrated the annual Daffodil Festivil, as they began to plant the second garden at GPC.  With the Decatur campus having the first garden planted, GPC as taken the route in becoming a greener campus.

The garden is welcome to students, faculty, and the community.

Anyone that participates in the growth and planting process can choose to plant whatever they want. The garden will not feed the campus, but has every intention in providing nutrition for the community.

Debroah Summerville, from Wonderland Gardens said, “It’s up to you to set a new pace for this country. Make your food important to you”

Along with Sheldon Fleming stating, “Strengthen yourself and get into nutrients. Think about your food and the role it plays.” In honor of the festival daffodils are on sale for a dollar and can be named to someone in honor.  The goal of GPC is to eventually have a garden on every campus.

About Victoria Song

Business Major at GPC, Dunwoody.

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