Peter Forbes, Co-founder of the Center for Whole Communities, Speaks at AUNE June 23

Peter Forbes, co-founder of the Center for Whole Communities and an internationally recognized place-based and collaborative conservationist, spoke at AUNE on Saturday, June 23. His talk was hosted by the Department of Environmental Studies.

Forbes is a farmer, conservationist, artist, public speaker and facilitator who co-founded the Center for Whole Communities in Fayston, Vermont, after eighteen years leading conservation projects for the Trust for Public Land.

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