Sunday, March 14, 2010

GANG and IU SPEA Partnership Project - Weekly Blog Update

This spring semester 2010, an Indiana University undergraduate class of 35 students is learning how to design and construct a state-of-the-art compost system for the GANA garden. This class, “E400 Environmental Sustainability,” has been created by Melissa Clark, a lecturer at the School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Various members of this class have been assigned to write a blog. This week's post(s) follow.

Not too much to report this week as the warmer weather and visions of next weeks spring break had most of the class distracted. I was able to check up on city ordinances group, and they are still researching our options. I am going to be sending a reminder to the other groups that after we return from spring break that they need to get my group their weekly updates in a timely manner. Hopefully after spring break everyones minds will be clear and as the weather continues to improve they project will began to make strides. I am really excited about working with the other groups and making this project great. Hope everyone has a great week, and check back in two weeks.
Braedon A. Engle
Blog Group 7

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