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LivingCampus Forum

March 5, 2008


We’ve got a LivingCampus forum on Friday lunchtime. At this meeting we’re talking about what we’ve done so far and introducing a strategy to progress the design and implementation. The key to this process is working groups to contribute to the design of each themed area to develop a plan that meets each of the […]

LivingCampus Update

March 5, 2008


The LivingCampus got off to a great start with a prominent article by Brenda Harwood in the Star. Phil Ker endorsed the project, as did student representatives Meagan Cloughley and Ryan Ward. Leigh has been writing about the project too: We’re aiming to be developing sustainable production systems and living/working spaces with community education value. […]

LivingCampus proposal: More than a garden, more than a museum, more than a campus

February 4, 2008


We’re proposing the transformation of our campus to form a “LivingCampus”. I’ve been working on the proposal, here are some sections: This project will involve the complete renovation of the Polytechnic’s existing city campus, re-inventing the current, unsustainable outdoors environment as an open-air interactive museum, vibrant community garden and visionary hub for sustainability-oriented community education […]