Egg Harbor Township
Environmental Commission
Eagle Academy Projects

 

2004  - The Work Shed

Constructed with the help of Eagle Academy instructors through a work-study program, this building served as the library/museum until destroyed by vandals in March, 2007. It was then deconstructed and repurposed as a work shed.

2006 -  Solar Power Well and Composting Toilet

Constructed with grant money from the Geraldine Dodge Foundation.  This building also required the volunteer engineering of Polistina & Associates and the mentoring and instruction of Aspenberg & Sons Builders, particularly Jack and Glenn Aspenberg who volunteered hours of time to teach the students construction skills.  WorldWater volunteered their time to teach the students installation of the solar panels. The composting toilet from Clivus.

2007 -  Pavilion

Constructed with grant money from Geraldine Dodge Foundation and the volunteer engineering of Polistina & Associates along with the time of Aspenberg Builders.

2008 -  Rebuilding the Work Shed

Reconstructed by the students and teachers of Eagle Academy.

2010 - River Rock Project

 

With a generous donation from the Hurley Family of Egg Harbor Township, the Eagle Academy students were able to beautify the entrance of Arboretum Drive with river rocks and railroad ties.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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