Ripon College personnel featured in South Woods documentary
A new documentary celebrating the community of Ripon’s South Woods Park, features several Ripon College personnel. “Woodland of Wonder, Wisconsin’s First Preserve: The Story of South Woods Park Association, Ripon” is featured on the South Woods Park Association’s website.
Among the quoted individuals in the documentary are Ric Damm, director of creative and social media; Ben Grady, assistant professor of biology; George “Skip” Wittler, professor emeritus of biology; and student Lily Lustig ’23 of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
A feature about the documentary was published in the Ripon Commonwealth newspaper April 17, 2023.
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