100 Native Trees Planted, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
As part of the exhibition, Atlantika Collective: Approaching Event Horizons, I facilitated a socially engaged tree planting action at George Mason University’s Fairfax Campus in Northern Virginia. With support from the Office of Sustainability, Mason Grounds, and The Patriot Green Fund, 100 native trees were planted.
Rappahannock Reforestation Site, GMU, Fairfax, VA
Doni Nolan, Greenhouse and Gardens Program Manager, GMU demonstrates how to plant a tree Don Russell, Director of Exhibitions, GMU speaks about the importance of art + sustainability initiatives Katie Kehoe leads the group in a socially engaged exercise Participants were assigned to planting groups and worked together to plant saplings
Buffer Strip Reforestation Site, GMU, Fairfax, VA
photo credit: Sierra Guard, Creative Services, GMU