Just miles from Wallace, Idaho lies a trail with huge historical significance. The name “Edward Pulaski” may not be known by many, but he is certainly well-known and celebrated within the forestry and environmental community.Continue reading
So classes are over, Master’s Projects are turned in, exams are finished – now what are you going to do? Go to Disneyworld? No way! You’re headed out to the Pacific Northwest. Western Field TripContinue reading
It is amazing what 20 people can accomplish in only 3 hours! This past Saturday, the Nicholas School Naturalists, Nicholas School Student Council, and amazing alums carried out a clean-up at Jordan Lake as aContinue reading
Water colors and oil paintings highlighting Midway’s resources and some of its conservation challenges
The story of waves, albatross, and a fulfilling 12 hours on the ocean. Each year, the Nicholas School Naturalists (a student club) and Jeff Pippen (club faculty adviser) embark on a journey to Cape HatterasContinue reading
Join me on a two-day tour of the Albemarle-Pamlico estuary, from Cedar Island to Ocracoke, Nags Head and Wanchese. Two ferry rides and two fish houses later, I’m still thinking about fish.
Photos from BOLD’s (Building Outdoor Leaders and Doers) winter break trek in Mexico. Niki West, MEM ’12, shares photos from her recent excursion in Mexico with Duke University’s BOLD. During winter break Niki, and otherContinue reading
MEMs Rebecca Fisher and Madeleine Foote attend the National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE). MEMs Rebecca Fisher and Madeleine Foote attend the National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE) held its 12thContinue reading
Some photos of our second full day on Midway. On our second day on Midway we toured more of the history, as well as restoring some of the land. For more on the history andContinue reading
Amazing day of snorkeling at Reef Hotel – A site that is located at the northern tip of the Midway Atoll, on the lagoon side of the fringing reef.