On Friday, February 20, at 10:00 a.m., Warner University will host the Groundbreaking Ceremony for the new Agriculture Complex. The Warner community will be joined by Florida Commissioner of Agriculture, Adam Putnam.
The Warner University Agriculture Complex, upon completion, will become the first LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Silver Certified building in Lake Wales, FL. LEED certification recognizes projects or building utilizing environmentally friendly building practices during construction or remodeling. In addition to sustainable green building practices, the Warner University Agriculture Complex will use wind turbines and solar panels to be as energy self-sufficient as possible. A rainwater collection tank will provide water for irrigation and feeding purposes. This 38,000 sq.ft., over two-million-dollar complex was designed to enhance hands-on learning in order to graduate students skilled and ready to enter the agricultural workforce. Your donation of one million dollars will establish a Legacy Namesake for the Agricultural Studies program.To view our Naming Opportunities, click here. Items listed in black are still available to adopt.