Tag: Food Justice and Resilient Communities (Cert)

Tom Wessels Authors New Book

Tom Wessels’ new book, “Granite, Fire and Fog: The Natural and Cultural History of Acadia,” was released in May 2017. The book offers a natural and a cultural history of Acadia National Park, a popular national park located on Mount Desert Island

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Commencement 2016 | A Life of Service

Student Speaker–Jason Rhoades, PhD, Environmental Studies I am well aware of the passion, the experience, and the expertise found among all of you within this room. It is a humbling honor to have the chance to speak with you today.

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AUNE’s CTEC Awards $3,400 in Grants for Student Projects

The AUNE Center for Tropical Ecology and Conservation (CTEC) in the Department of Environmental Studies has issued grants totaling $3,400 to help support students in their capstone projects. Four students were awarded funds this year, supporting conservation work in the

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Community Resilience Share-Fair on March 25

On March 25, the students of AUNE’s Civic Ecology Practices & Community Resilience  class shared skills that have the potential to enhance personal and communal well-being in the face of climate change, food insecurity, energy descent, and other associated challenges.

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On the Farm | Event Photos and Wrap-Up

Ninety-three community members participated in the On the Farm evening event held at Stonewall Farm on February 18, 2016. Attendees represented an array of organizations and stakeholders in sustainable farming, equity and conservation including farms, health providers, agricultural agencies, academic

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