Environs recently embarked on a unique opportunity to help preserve one of the South's few vestiges pertaining to the Segregation-era. Working in collaboration with The Fairview-E.S. Brown Heritage Corporation and Hall-Smith Office Architecture, our team has joined the campaign to help restore the remaining school building, recreate the landscape and grounds, and to create a "Living Campus," the first of its kind in Northwest Georgia interpreting the life-affirming African-American cultural and educational experiences of the early 1900s.