Back Campus Survey

Washington and Lee’ s ‘back campus’ includes the valley that Woods Creek has cut through the grounds and the multipurpose trail that runs along the creek.  It also includes the nearly 50 acres of forested land in the northwest corner of the University’s property.  There is a  Campus Garden, a cross country/walking /biking trail, a frisbee golf course, ruins from Liberty Hall Academy – one of W&L’s predecessor institutions, a stretch of the Maury River, lots of wildflowers and varied forest types in this area 

The W&L University Sustainability Committee and the Student Environmental Action League are interested in promoting the use and enjoyment of these areas.  A survey is being  use to find out what users (and non users) know (or don’t know) about these valuable campus resources, how they may be best utilized for education and recreation and particularly what signs they think are needed in these areas.

The  short (five minute) survey may be taken by W&L faculty, students and staff on line at but anyone in the community who uses these areas is also encouraged to contact  James Dick, Lorie Holter, Tal Jacobs or Chris Wise with ideas for these areas and/or to express willingness to assist with this project.

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