I am a second-year Master of Environmental Management candidate at Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment, with a concentration in Coastal Environmental Management. I am interested in community-based conservation and in effectively combining science with creative outreach to engage diverse communities in safeguarding marine species and habitats. I am a natural connector and communicator and as a marine conservationist, my goals are to interpret and explain the science that connects people to their natural environment in order to spark interest in conservation.
Several pounds and hundreds of tortillas later we’re back in North Carolina fondly remembering our trip to Sonora, Mexico. I’ve been contemplating the topic on which I’d like to blog and while those excellent twoContinue reading
We’ve arrived to the land of the real (no high fructose corn syrup) Coca-Cola Classic: Mexico. During our stay in the great state of Sonora, we will be based out of the Prescott College ResearchContinue reading