CAMPUS NEWS: MAY 6, 2024

COASTAL WREATHS

UNO Class Uses Wreaths To Fight Coastal Land Erosion

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Madeline Foster-Martinez, an assistant professor in UNO's Department of Earth and Environmental Science and Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, used recycled wreaths in Quarantine Bay in Plaquemines Parish for a class project in the wetlands.

Madeline Foster-Martinez, an assistant professor in UNO's Department of Earth and Environmental Science and Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, used recycled wreaths in Plaquemines Parish for a class project in the wetlands.

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