Nurturing Mother Nature at Wilmington College’s Earth Day events


Keni Brown, left, talks to Logan Dyer about how he can reduce his own carbon footprint and the benefits of planting his own cilantro or basil during Wilmington College’s DisCO2very Earth Day event on Tuesday.

Keni Brown, left, talks to Logan Dyer about how he can reduce his own carbon footprint and the benefits of planting his own cilantro or basil during Wilmington College’s DisCO2very Earth Day event on Tuesday.


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Colin Ferguson, right, gets a henna tattoo from Ipsilan Castoilla during Wilmington College’s DisCO2very Earth Day event on Tuesday.


John Hamilton | News Journal

Students from a Wilmington College photography class give the worms in Corey Cockerill’s compost bin a photo opportunity at the school’s DisCO2very Earth Day event on Tuesday.


John Hamilton | News Journal

Keni Brown, left, talks to Logan Dyer about how he can reduce his own carbon footprint and the benefits of planting his own cilantro or basil during Wilmington College’s DisCO2very Earth Day event on Tuesday.

Colin Ferguson, right, gets a henna tattoo from Ipsilan Castoilla during Wilmington College’s DisCO2very Earth Day event on Tuesday.

Students from a Wilmington College photography class give the worms in Corey Cockerill’s compost bin a photo opportunity at the school’s DisCO2very Earth Day event on Tuesday.

Keni Brown, left, talks to Logan Dyer about how he can reduce his own carbon footprint and the benefits of planting his own cilantro or basil during Wilmington College’s DisCO2very Earth Day event on Tuesday.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/04/web1_DSC_0458.jpgKeni Brown, left, talks to Logan Dyer about how he can reduce his own carbon footprint and the benefits of planting his own cilantro or basil during Wilmington College’s DisCO2very Earth Day event on Tuesday. John Hamilton | News Journal

Colin Ferguson, right, gets a henna tattoo from Ipsilan Castoilla during Wilmington College’s DisCO2very Earth Day event on Tuesday.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/04/web1_DSC_0461.jpgColin Ferguson, right, gets a henna tattoo from Ipsilan Castoilla during Wilmington College’s DisCO2very Earth Day event on Tuesday. John Hamilton | News Journal

Students from a Wilmington College photography class give the worms in Corey Cockerill’s compost bin a photo opportunity at the school’s DisCO2very Earth Day event on Tuesday.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/04/web1_DSC_0462.jpgStudents from a Wilmington College photography class give the worms in Corey Cockerill’s compost bin a photo opportunity at the school’s DisCO2very Earth Day event on Tuesday. John Hamilton | News Journal