Articles by Amanda Dedicatoria





Sea Grant and CIS jumpstart GROW Project

UOG’s Sea Grant program and the Center for Island Sustainability (CIS) are collaborating on a project that could potentially improve the health of Guam’s ecosystems. The Guam Restoration of Watersheds (GROW) Project, aims to develop…



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The challenges in curbing illegal dumping

Illegal dumping has gained traction as a problem plaguing the island. The inappropriate disposal of waste products advertises no benefits other than temporary convenience. Over the years, villages such as Yigo and Dededo have witnessed…



Triton farm promotes natural farming

Established a decade ago, the UOG Triton Farm serves as an integrated farm model that encourages agricultural research and the use of sustainable farming methods.   The farm not only grows crops, but raises animals…


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Tight on cash? Check out scholarships!

For many students, paying for school can be an unpleasant experience. Bank accounts containing money earned from months of work are bled dry, shoulders bump against other shoulders in the financial aid office while everyone…


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