Thursday, October 01, 2009

Balancing people and nature

Dr. Michael Roy, a conservation biologist and executive director of CREA (Conservation through Research, Education and Action), will be on campus in November to discuss his work promoting conservation in rural Panama. He runs the Cocobolo Nature Reserve, where two of our students have visited while working on GIS projects.

You are invited to attend Dr. Roy's public lecture -- mark your calendars now!

Environmental Conservation: A Path to Development for Rural Communities in the Developing World
Thursday, November 5th
Jensen Lecture Hall

For more information on CREA and the Cocobolo Nature Reserve in Panama, click here.


At 1:08 PM, Anonymous White Pine Acupuncture said...

I'm glad to see a blog by our wonderful neighbor Warren Wilson - protector of local land and educator of cultural creatives around sustainability issues.


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