Employees’ garden work highlighted in Journal

Dan Johnson


Bev Nesbit


After seven years of weekends, breaks and vacations spent dedicated to Hortus Medicus, the medical garden at Bethabara Park, Wake Forest employees Dan Johnson and Bev Nesbit are moving on.

Johnson, a senior lecturer in biology, is involved in developing an electronic textbook. Nesbit, a dietitian and researcher, is involved in the Wake Forest Translational Science Center.

“Dan and Bev have done wonders in this garden,” Ellen Kutcher, Bethabara’s director, said.

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