Dr. Sue Ebanks (Marine & Environmental Science) and Dr. Phil Omunga (Public Affairs) will investigate the need for renewable energy sources to be utilized in developing community gardens. As food deserts continue to be a cause of global hunger, and as climate change continues to cause deficiencies in farmable land, changes need to be made in how these issues are addressed. Students will have the opportunity to create their own models for community gardens.

Cost: $3100

Includes room and board, field trips, international health insurance, and round-trip airfare from Savannah, Georgia. 

For more information:

Melanie Smith
Gardner Hall