River-Recovered Heart Cypress Feature Walls and Reading Nooks Tell a Story of Sustainably at One Florida School

River-Recovered Heart Cypress Feature Walls and Reading Nooks Tell a Story of Sustainably at One Florida School

The Babcock Neighborhood School (BNS) in Punta Gorda, Florida is located in the country’s first solar-powered town.  The school focuses on “greenSTEAM” – and education initiative that teaches science, technology, engineering, arts and math in a holistic learning environment.  The program concentrates on local history culture and landscape, encouraging students to interact and explore the world and area around them.

Sustainability is essential at BNS, which is why Goodwin’s River-Recovered Heart Cypress was the perfect material to craft the school’s reading nooks and wood feature walls. Goodwin was proud to provide 1290sf of 3-1/4″ River-Recovered heart cypress tongue and groove for the project which is beautiful and has an educational story to tell.  Take a look and please pardon the dust as the project is still under construction: