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Data-Collection

  When I was training as a restoration ecologist, I collected lots of data. Spending long summer days “in the […]

First Impressions

(Executive Director of the Duke Environmental Leadership Program Deb Gallagher and Rebecca Vidra, along with 3 graduate students, headed to Dallas over the weekend to launch a new partnership with Paul Quinn College, an HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) on the forefront of environmental justice and urban sustainability issues.)

Duke Students Join EDF Climate Corps for an “Experience with Tangible Results”

John Culver and Alice Kodama are two EDF Climate Corps fellows from Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment. This […]

Save the Devils

Save the Devils

Like our namesakes, the Chausseurs Alpins, being a Blue Devil means we fight to the end. Around Duke Campus, Blue […]

Consistency in Change

Consistency in Change

I hadn’t been back for months. Not since that late March night, before the showy blooms of redbuds covered the woods and […]

State of the Louisiana Coast

So today was Day 1 of the State of the Coast conference held by the Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana […]

Planting with Matrix, HESCO and Restore the Earth

My alarm clock began to play whatever song they play for the 5 of us listening at 2:30am.  The day […]

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