Thursday evening at the Sustainability Expo at the State College Municipal Building, Penn State students showed off the projects they’ve been working on in the community to help the future of our environment.
Claire Talley is an Education and Public Policy student at Penn State.
She and other students got real work experience thanks to a local program.
“We recommended an energy dashboard that would be linked to the rooftop solar panels that could track energy usage and energy consumption in the school and we recommended a wetland garden habitat,” Claire Talley, Penn State Student, said. “It would double as the storm water cistern overflow.”