|Submission Date||Dec. 5, 2012|
OP-T2-20: Wildlife Habitat
Director Gillespie Museum
Does the institution have programs in place to protect and/or create wildlife habitat on institution-owned land?:
A brief description of the wildlife habitat program, policy, or practice:
This project, Teaching Landscape: Volusia Sandhill Ecosystem, establishes the south lawn of the adjacent Rinker Environmental Learning Center as an outdoor learning center with a focus on a significant but vanishing ecosystem in Volusia County and will provide opportunities for environmental programs, demonstrations, and hands-on work in native plantings and sustainable practices. This area will provides an island of sandhill habitat in the Deland urban area.
The website URL where information about the program, policy, or practice is available:
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