NSA project growing on staff and students
Alex Perry, The Suffolk News-Herald
A Suffolk entrepreneur recently provided a tool for conservation lessons at Nansemond-Suffolk Academy. NSA students are learning more about conservation with a hydroponic garden at their main campus on Pruden Boulevard. The garden was donated by Thomas Vandiver, the president of Neighborhood Harvest in Suffolk. It represents the culmination of conservation studies for NSA fifth graders. To continue reading the article in The Suffolk News-Herald, please click here.