The Richard Alsina Fulton Center for Sustainable Living is Wilson's home for hands-on environmental education. We provide opportunities for students and community members to interact and experience first-hand today’s environmental issues and solutions.
Those who want to explore sustainability in food production, energy, transportation, land stewardship and community awareness will find opportunities for practical learning at the Fulton Center for Sustainable Living (FCSL).
Features of the Fulton Center for Sustainable Living
- 50-acre farmstead, including a seven-acre, certified naturally grown vegetable farm, passive-solar greenhouse and gardens.
- Interpretive nature trail through a woodland and along the Conococheague Creek.
- The historic Owens Barn and Tooke Farmhouse, both Civil War-era buildings.
- Solar and wind-generated electricity demonstrations and biodiesel processor.
- Community-Supported Agriculture Program
- Campus composting facility and recycling project.