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Wes Dripps, Laura Bain discuss sustainability on air

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Grazing sheep at Furman's solar farm reduce the amount of gas-powered mowing needed to maintain the farm's six acres.

Furman Earth and Environmental Sciences Professor Wes Dripps and Associate Director of Sustainability Assessment Laura Bain are guests on 106.3 WORD radio’s “Cover Story” with Evan Smith. The two tag team on the piece, in which Dripps covers the evolution of the “wildly successful” sustainability science major while Bain explains the six-acre solar farm and its resident sheep.

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