The Richard Alsina Fulton Center for Sustainable LivingPosted on
Endowed by Susan Fulton in 1999, the Center is part of the Wilson College campus and the home for hands-on environmental education. The 50-acre farmstead includes a 7-acre organic vegetable farm, passive-solar greenhouse and gardens, both solar and wind-generated electricity, and a biodiesel processor. The property is the home of the historic Owens Barn and Took e Farmhouse, both Civil War era buildings. The Center houses the “Consumers Supporting Agriculture” website where consumers nation wide go to find organic farms in their neighborhood.