A study by Ina Vandebroek and 2014 Fellow Logan Sander was recently featured in a National Geographic story by Kelsey Nowakowski.
After visiting 21 farms in 4 cities over 30 days, I had an exhausting and exhilarating trip to Cuba.
I spent this summer in Oaxaca, Mexico establishing a field site for my dissertation research on the ecology and management of oak in montane mixed pine-oak forest.
Now more than ever, cities play a key role in addressing climate impacts. This is certainly the case in in Indonesia, where central government reforms since the fall of the...
I firmly believe that our landscapes can be managed sustainably: that we can produce nutritious healthy food free of poisonous chemicals while conserving our precious water...
I came back to Oaxaca to look more closely into answering the questions that emerged when I lived here in 2014 around land use, conservation, and self-determination.
I decided to go back home to Ghana to do my summer research where I investigated women’s practices of handling post-harvest peanuts to minimize aflatoxin contamination.