At the end of September, a group of Net Impact members spent the morning volunteering at the Wonderlab Garden. Members worked with master gardeners from Purdue to weed and rake leaves, preparing the garden for fall. In addition to learning more about the master gardening program, we learned about the importance of having public gardens where people can come and enjoy nature. One of the purposes of the Wonderlab Garden is to show people that even though Bloomington may not have the most nutrient rich soil, lots of plants can still flourish. If you're ever looking for a quick trip off campus to destress from classes, the Wonderlab Garden is a great place to go!
Meet Alex Johnson and Aron Barrera, our two co-presidents for 2018-2019 and learn more about what Net Impact and sustainability mean to them!
Hey guys, November was an awesome month for Net Impact because it was our transportation sustainability theme month!