In general, the methods used for clean-up and construction were environmentally conscientious: recycling/re-using wood and framing scraps, conservation of water, etc. At the end of the day, the hard-working group was sweaty, tired, coated in dirt and paint, and overall very happy with the day’s efforts and accomplishments.
A mix of about 22 current students, staff, faculty, and alumni from CNR helped out at the Livermore site. Everyone participated with clean-up, painting, framing, and even using power tools.
Angela Chou, Ed Young, Lauren Gwin, and Monica Moore
MEB student Lena Ning
Associate Dean of Student Affairs & Instruction Sally Fairfax gets her hands dirty