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Bard graduate Dalia Najar– BA ’14 (Biology) and MS (Environmental Policy) ’17– made history two years ago as the youngest Executive Manager ever in her company, Farouk Systems, which produces […]

Bard Grad Spearheads $1 Million Donation Supporting Sustainable Development in Palestine

Bard graduate Dalia Najar– BA ’14 (Biology) and MS (Environmental Policy) ’17– made history two years ago as the youngest Executive Manager ever in her company, Farouk Systems, which produces […]

In the South Pacific, it’s no surprise that coconuts are a big deal. Their usage is endless!–from a building material, to a source of healthy fat, to handmade virgin coconut […]

Influential Fijian Women, Coconuts, and Me

In the South Pacific, it’s no surprise that coconuts are a big deal. Their usage is endless!–from a building material, to a source of healthy fat, to handmade virgin coconut […]

I have always been enamored with the way farming unites people with the natural world. So it’s fitting that the internship I got to inform my graduate work at Bard […]

Flowers for insects: fostering synergies between beneficial insects and farms

I have always been enamored with the way farming unites people with the natural world. So it’s fitting that the internship I got to inform my graduate work at Bard […]

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