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The Solar Energy Field on campus
Jason Liu '17 worked with faculty members Alec McCandless and Jeff Dyreson to research the possibilty of a solar array on campus. The Solar Energy Field (SEF), is due to open in May 2019, will ultimately produce 1 MW, which represents 25 percent of the school's overall electric needs.
Timelapse of hydroponic lettuce growing in a specially designed hydroponic garden in the Clark Center for Science & Mathematics.
Agricultural Proctors, known as AgProctors, welcome new students with the harvest of the summer during Opening days.
Science teacher Jeff Dyreson's Environmental Science class works in the outdoor classroom where they are studying and reestablishing the wetland near the forthcoming Solar Energy Field.
Guided Environmental Research Projects allow students to pursue a particular environmental topic for further study. Here, a student, who is looking at ways to improve recycling on campus, sorts recyclables.