Building a sustainable urban park – from the ground up

(Students from Chris Gough and Stephen Fong's class show off the finished product of one of their projects with the Science Museum of Virginia, a spiral garden with sun-loving plants at the top and shade-loving plants at the bottom. Their design can be seen on the ProtoPath, a pedestrian path connecting Leigh Street to Terminal Place along the west side of the Science Museum. Photo courtesy of Chris Gough)

(Students from Chris Gough and Stephen Fong’s class show off the finished product of one of their projects with the Science Museum of Virginia, a spiral garden with sun-loving plants at the top and shade-loving plants at the bottom. Their design can be seen on the ProtoPath, a pedestrian path connecting Leigh Street to Terminal Place along the west side of the Science Museum. Photo courtesy of Chris Gough)

A course led by Stephen Fong, Ph.D., director of the Center for Integrative Life Sciences and professor in the Department of Chemical and Life Science Engineering, is the subject of the VCU News story, “Building a sustainable urban park – from the ground up.”

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