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For decades, New Yorkers have separated their glass, metal, paper and plastics apart from the rest of their trash. Recycling became the norm, but over the last few years, the […]

The Core of the Big Apple: Making the Most of NYC’s Organics Program

For decades, New Yorkers have separated their glass, metal, paper and plastics apart from the rest of their trash. Recycling became the norm, but over the last few years, the […]

  My internship with New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) at the Hudson River National Estuarine Research Reserve (the Reserve, or HRNERR), partnered with Americorps and the Student […]

Howdy, Partner: Celebrating the Human Connection of Conservation

  My internship with New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) at the Hudson River National Estuarine Research Reserve (the Reserve, or HRNERR), partnered with Americorps and the Student […]

As a Westerner, when I ask myself what marginalized remote indigenous communities can do when facing severe water shortages and little in the way of modern technological resources, I am […]

Lessons on Sustainability from Indigenous Communities–by Jake Duncan

As a Westerner, when I ask myself what marginalized remote indigenous communities can do when facing severe water shortages and little in the way of modern technological resources, I am […]

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