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Campus makes botanical conversion

Tam Duong Jr.,
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A three-year project to convert several grass areas on campus to native plant botanical gardens wrapped up on Friday May 22.

Environmental studies instructor David Larson and more than 20 students in his field class, comprised primarily of seniors, completed phase three of a Campus Sustainability Project last week on a lawn area between Robinson Hall and the Music Building on the Hayward campus. Read the full article here.

PHOTO BY TAM DUONG JR.

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