The Environmental Club at USCB
The environmental club at the University of South Carolina Beaufort is an organization with projects directed towards making a difference to the environment in the local region of Bluffton, South Carolina. The selected projects have a focus on important challenges that we have identified and require a resolution. Additionally, the club is also very active in raising awareness to the community and participates in social meetings/conferences. Each spring semester, club members participate in gardening efforts in the campus greenhouse to promote organic food production to university students. Membership is open to university students at USCB at any level. If you are interested in joining the club, please contact the faculty advisor.
Club Administration for the 2019/2020 Academic YearFaculty Advisor: Dr. Edward L. D'Antonio
President: Kelsey Kersey
Vice President: Christina Adams
Secretary: Lincoln Fuller Event Coordinators: Phillip Owusu & Jasmine Welter
Staff Support: Kathryn Madden
Staff Support: Norman Varnes
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1. Implementation of a Functional Greenhouse.
In the spring semester of 2017, substantial developments were made to the USC Beaufort greenhouse by the environmental club members and organic vegetable gardening took place. The greenhouse has been up and running since that year.