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Fourth annual Food Symposium topic is a ‘natural fit’

Morgan Smith Editor   What can you do with seven thousand pounds of worms, hundreds of yards of compost and a passion for farming? For Will Allen, the answer is a lot. Wilmington College’s Fourth Annual Food Symposium was presented last Wednesday, featuring a pie contest and tasting and a panel discussing the growth, distribution and consumption of food. The night culminated with the keynote address by Will Allen of Growing Power, Inc. Allen discussed the numerous projects he supervises along with the help of volunteers and community members. He…

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Keeping GFGH sustainable

Dominique Parks Staff Writer   Wilmington College is known throughout the community for having a rich Quaker heritage which runs through the veins of the campus. One of Wilmington College’s core values is Service and Civic Engagement. The Center for Civic for Service & Civic Engagement is the pure embodiment of this core value. The goal for this center is to help students. It is intended to help engage them and to challenge them to take responsibility and action toward common good. This program embraces the Quaker heritage of the…

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