Shelton: strategic alliances key to ensuring Guam's sustainable future


By: Isaiah Aguon

On Wednesday’s G3 Steering Committee meeting, director for the University of Guam’s Center for Island Sustainability Dr. Austin Shelton, shared updates on the Guam Green Growth’s projects to make the island more sustainable.

“One thing that we are currently working on is a continued partnership with our friends over at the Serve Guam Commission. We are working with the next AmeriCorps group, VetCorps, over in Talofofo and it is our goal to open another G3 community garden in time for Martin Luther King day which is a big day of service in AmeriCorps community and so we hope to have that go on, I believe, January 17,” he shared.
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