Science Hall greenhouse gets new life with help of M.U.P. students
On top of Wayne State's Science Hall is a greenhouse that had not been used for about 10 years. That greenhouse is now home to the Biodiversity Network. The new student organization has reclaimed the space as a spot for urban ecologists, gardening enthusiasts, and those curious about food systems and starting a garden. Here, students are able to help grow vegetables, herbs, native plants – and new relationships.
The Biodiversity Network includes M.U.P. students Adam Pruitt and Natalie Lyons. Learn more about Adam's and Natalie's efforts: Science Hall greenhouse is the home of Biodiversity Network.