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Welcome from SESCO and Indianapolis, Indiana


Sky Farm in Eskenazi hospital, Indianapolis, Indiana

Chuck and I got very warmly welcome from SESCO which is a well-known environment consultation group in Indianapolis, Indiana State. Darren Reese, CEO and Brenda Adams- Turk, Business Operation Manager organized ice-breaking and welcome meeting with all the team members of SESCO.

We met with Jim Poyser who is Executive Director of Earth Charter Indiana took us to the Eskenazi Hospital by biking. He introduced Jessica, Director of Sustainability Department from Indiana University. We had a great discussion and talked more about sustainable farming system. We also visited to Sky Farm from Eskenazi Hospital which is unique place in the Indiana State.

We spent about 2 and half days in the SESCO office and discussed with Chief Operation Officer and Project Manager about current running project, community solution for soil remediation, database system for soil and water quality and different topics related to SESCO and Indiana State regarding the policy, rules and regulation for environmental sustainability.

Jim sent to us to the community sector called Wilderness Academy which is a very interesting school. They are giving knowledge and training for environment awareness and life skill training to the nearby community especially children and teenagers. After that we joined the birthday party of Dr. Carol who is environmental activist in Indianapolis and we met many experts and leaders for the moving forward of environment sustainability.

Jim also invited us to join the Friday Group Cycling with his friends and social gathering event. We got a lot of knowledge, information and funs from Jim and his friends during that time it was a wonderful experience ever in my life.

Starting journey is full of interesting and exciting things. 

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Luke Owsley

Sounds like you're off to a great start in Indianapolis!

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