As stewards of the campus land and its resources, we work to provide an enjoyable environment of healthy plants that contribute to cleaner air, soil improvement, and increased water retention. We “garden for wildlife” by establishing and maintaining plant communities that provide food, cover and habitat for birds, butterflies and bees. We seek, through Religious Education activities, to educate our members about environmental and conservation issues. We strive to increase understanding of the role that nature plays in our daily lives so that all congregational members and friends and those whose lives we touch may appreciate ever more deeply the connections among all living things.
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