Alanna Matteson ’15
For the last 40 years, Haverford community gardener, Timothy Jennings, has been hauling water from home. Last week, he was the first to try out the new water hydrant located in the center of the community gardens. Needless to say, he was delighted. Funding for the waterline was supported by the Greening Haverford Fund. The Committee for Environmental Responsibility receives money from the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship each year to support environmental projects on campus. Thanks to this generous contribution, the community gardeners who once worried about carrying enough water to keep their plants alive, now have enough water to see their gardens flourish.”Students returning in the fall will be similarly well positioned to ensure that their community garden plot remains a beautiful and productive space.