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#GatorSeflie

The first rule of Shark Valley is don’t take selfies with the alligators. This may seem like obvious to most […]

West Lake Park and Mangrove Mania

If you build it, will they come? This is a question that restoration ecologists struggle with on every project. Will […]

From DEL-MEM student to tour guide extraordinaire…

January 3rd, 2015 Have you ever traveled to an old familiar place and realized it wasn’t as familiar as you […]

The Swamp, The Sun and The Start of an Everglades Adventure

The humid heat hit my skin as I stepped into the noisy night at the Fort Lauderdale airport.  I wondered […]

DEL-MEM Rookery Bay Restoration Day

Twelve DEL-MEM souls boarded the mullet boat at Rookery Bay, armed with machetes, herbicide, and lots of water.  Keewaydin Island […]

“PBS” – Even Better Than Downton Abbey

“PBS” – Even Better Than Downton Abbey

The best part of wrapping up the my first semester was the chance to reconnect with all my DEL-MEM colleagues at the December Place-Based Session, also known as “PBS.” I’ve been looking forward to this PBS even more than the Downton Abbey premier and embraced the challenge to identify solutions to the the global problems each of us will work to address.

The degree is just the beginning

The degree is just the beginning

Message from successful DEL-MEM grads? The degree isn’t the end; it’s just the beginning.

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