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WILD Wes


WILD Wes:

Working for Intelligent Landscape Design at Wesleyan University

 

 

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WILD Wes


WILD Wes:

Working for Intelligent Landscape Design at Wesleyan University

 

 

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Concept of Permaculture


The concept of "Permaculture" was developed in 1978 by Bill Mollison and David Holmgren in an attempt to create a sustainable relationship with nature that maintains and cultivates ecologies in order to work with and for the current system rather than against it. 

Concept of Permaculture


The concept of "Permaculture" was developed in 1978 by Bill Mollison and David Holmgren in an attempt to create a sustainable relationship with nature that maintains and cultivates ecologies in order to work with and for the current system rather than against it. 

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Today


 

In 2010, students at Wesleyan University set out to create a student run permaculture site in the middle of campus. 

Today, WILD Wes is thriving and continuing its goal towards a more sustainable and permanent relationship between university landscaping and the surrounding ecology. 

 

Today


 

In 2010, students at Wesleyan University set out to create a student run permaculture site in the middle of campus. 

Today, WILD Wes is thriving and continuing its goal towards a more sustainable and permanent relationship between university landscaping and the surrounding ecology. 

 

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Green Fund Thanks


This project is made possible by the continued support of the Green Fund, the College of the Environment, Physical Plant, the SAGES-Green Building Subcommittee, the Sustainability Office, and the generous philanthropists and partners.

Green Fund Thanks


This project is made possible by the continued support of the Green Fund, the College of the Environment, Physical Plant, the SAGES-Green Building Subcommittee, the Sustainability Office, and the generous philanthropists and partners.