To manage and develop Hull Springs as a compelling model of conservation and stewardship to educate the students of Longwood University, other institutions, and the greater community about their roles in creating a more sustainable planet.
Hull Springs is a 662-acre property on Virginia’s Northern Neck, bequeathed to Longwood University, as a sanctuary for students and faculty to focus on “agriculture, archeology, forestry and education and for natural resource conservation.” The University’s goal is to develop the property as a model in sustainability.
- Living Shoreline
- Longwood Environmental Observation research results
- Faculty members may be interested in sharing research updates
Sherry Swinson, Director