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Summer job!

As the semester is coming to an end and we all head back home for the summer, a few of us got some great news. We have the opportunity to continue working on Crop Stop 2 in Greenville! 134 more words

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"It's not good-bye, it's see you soon"

Our last day at the shop consisted of cleaning up the shop inside and out.  There has been plenty a day when we had decided not to clean up the shop, especially in the late nights that we accumulated in the last couple of weeks.   121 more words

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Crop Stop in the News!

There couldn’t have been better timing. Right as the semester is winding down and finals are taking place, we are reminded of all of our hard work over this semester, and it couldn’t have happened on a more perfect day. 192 more words

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Our weekend at Clemson

After a six hour ride we finally made it to Clemson! Friday morning we woke got started early and finished the day strong. We managed to unload the kitchen in Greenville at Mill Village Farms, make it back to Clemson to deconstruct the utility shed, and even deliver the majority of pieces of the utility shed to Greenville. 150 more words

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Setting Records

Studio V had a very successful weekend in Greenville and Clemson, and got a lot of work accomplished. Friday morning we unloaded the half of the crop stop that we have had in Charleston in Greenville in a total of 45 minutes! 238 more words

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Packed and Ready to go!

After the past few months of working on Crop Stop 2, mocking up, drawing construction documents, and designing the exterior, we are finally ready to pack up and move up to Greenville for the actual build. 128 more words

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Getting ready for a trip to Greenville - CS2 setup.

     Today we were taking apart the Crop Stop 2 structure, the existing structure built a few weeks ago with collaboration of the solar decathlon team. In order to transport this kitchen to its actual site in Greenville, we had to carefully dissemble the parts. 237 more words

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