Antioch University New England’s MERE Project Makes the News

The Keene Sentinel story linked below covers the unique collaboration between Keene High students and Antioch University New England’s MERE (Monadnock Ecological Research and Education) project.

The story describes how local high school and AUNE graduate students are studying crevice plant communities and their extreme habitat on Mount Monadnock.

Read the Sentinel article here.

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