AUNE Alumna Works for Sustainability on Martha’s Vineyard

Antioch University New England (AUNE) figures prominently in an interview with alumna Kaila Binney, MEd ’12, in the September-October issue of Martha’s Vineyard Magazine. Binney, who works at Chilmark’s Allen Farm on the island and is involved with Island Grown Schools and Edgartown’s FARM Institute, received a Martha’s Vineyard Vision Fellowship, which helps residents implement sustainability practices on the island.

In the article, Kaila talks about her experience at AUNE as an Educating for Sustainability student and says “the way that these two programs Antioch and the Vision Fellowship have worked together has been the most amazing thing that’s ever happened to me.”

You can read the entire interview with Kaila.

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