The College has been recognized as a 2021 Tree Campus by The Arbor Day Foundation for creating practices to ensure proper land use and urban tree management.
Alumni Spotlight: Tantoh Nforba
Tantoh Nforba, a 2011 NWTC graduate with a certificate in organic agriculture and landscape horticulture, has garnered international praise for helping poor communities improve local agriculture and build wells in Africa.
Among his many great accomplishments, Nforba may be the first NWTC graduate whose story has inspired a children's book. The book shares the impact of clean water, the power of community projects, and Tantoh's philosophy: "When you don't have what you want, use what you have."
Read more about this environmental leader.
Learn more about NWTC's programs in agriculture, food and natural resources.
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Over the next two months, students and staff at NWTC can help the College reduce waste and increase recycling through the Campus Race to Zero Waste competition.