Campus News

Down on the Organic Farm

August 14, 2013
Communications Staff
Two students attend to plants in the greenhouse.
Photo credit: Zach Christy

Oberlin College students Aldrumesia Baker, left, and Marlee Blasenheim are among those from surrounding educational institutions — Oberlin High School, Baldwin Wallace University, and Lorain County Community College, to name a few in addition to the college— who play a key role in keeping Oberlin’s George Jones Farm and Nature Preserve running, during the summer and throughout the academic year. Read about their work in the 70-acre “living classroom” and watch the video.

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