This club meets on Beta Mondays, second half of lunch in Room 109.
The Ecology and Stewardship Club ended 2016 at ARC of Greater New Orleans, that provides assistance and job training to adults with mental disabilities. Club members helped sort recycled beads that are collected by ARC and repurposed for sale as Mardi Gras beads to crews and individuals. Early January, the club volunteered at City Park to …Continue Reading
Members of Dominican’s Ecology and Stewardship Club participated in Super Saturday Volunteer Day at City Park. They mulched trails in the Couturie Forest. Here’s a picture from a hill in the forest which is the highest point in NOLA…42 feet above sea level.
Members of The Ecology and Stewardship Club at Dominican planted their fall garden as part of a continued collaboration with Andrew Shuford, Director of Food Service for Sage Dining Services for the school. The planted herbs of thyme, chives, and mint will be used as flavoring in future dishes served in the school dining hall. …Continue Reading
Members of the Ecology and Stewardship Club and the Biotechnology Club volunteered for the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation (LPBF) annual Fall Beach Sweep; a day designated to clean up the Lake Pontchartrain Basin. Students picked up debris and recorded their collections on data cards that catalogue and quantify the types and amounts of trash collected. …Continue Reading
Hogs for the Cause & “Spring Sweep” Members of the Ecology and Stewardship Club, along with faculty and staff, volunteered with the Young Leadership Council Recycles program at the March Hogs for the Cause, a three-day event in New Orleans City Park that drew an estimated 30,000 plus. Hogs for the Cause, now in its …Continue Reading
The Ecology and Stewardship Club members are working with Andrew Shuford, Director of Food Service for Sage, on the school’s herb garden. The planted herbs include rosemary, thyme, chives and mint that will be used as flavoring in future Sage dishes. Club moderator is Theron Ferry. Andrew Shuford explains to Celeste Anding, Alumnae Director, the …Continue Reading
Ecology and Biotechnology Club members from St. Mary’s Dominican High School volunteered for the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation (LPBF) annual Fall Beach Sweep; a day designated to clean up the Lake Pontchartrain Basin. Along Bayou St. John, the students picked up debris and recorded their collections on data cards that catalogue and quantify the types and …Continue Reading
During the first week of January, members of the Ecology and Stewardship Club harvested the fruits of their labors. The cauliflower the students had planted in their fall garden was harvested and prepared by Sage Dining Services for lunch. “The students found it rewarding to see the results of their work and also be able …Continue Reading