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CCCC wins national Green Genome Award

10.02.2012College & CommunityCollege General

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CCCC wins national Green Genome Award

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The American Association of Community Colleges' Sustainability Education and Economic Development (SEED) Center has selected Central Carolina Community College as one of five national winners of its inaugural Green Genome Awards for leadership in sustainability. Among the college's sustainability features is the 'living roof' on its Sustainable Technology Center at the Chatham County Campus.

CCCC wins national Green Genome Award

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Hilary Heckler, manager of Central Carolina Community College's Student Farm at its Chatham County Campus, shows off a java chick, one of the heritage breeds the farm grows as part of its sustainable agriculture program. CCCC has received one of five national Green Genome Awards for leadership in sustainability from the American Association of Community Colleges' Sustainability Education and Economic Development (SEED) Center. Sustainable agriculture is one of the green programs the college offers.

CCCC wins national Green Genome Award

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The American Association of Community Colleges' Sustainability Education and Economic Development (SEED) Center has selected Central Carolina Community College as one of five national winners of its inaugural Green Genome Awards for leadership in sustainability. CCCC student Robert Crawford takes a reading on one of the solar panels at the college's Chatham County Campus during a photovoltaics class, one of the sustainability programs offered at the college.

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