Monthly Archives: November 2015

Stalking 3: Natural Resource Management in Economically Vulnerable Communities

Changes in natural resource abundance at both the local and global level pose overwhelming challenges for many communities and cultures today. Many of the resources that people rely on to sustain their livelihood are vanishing quickly, due to both human … Continue reading

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Building Ecologically Conscious Economies

Throughout Chesapeake Semester, and during Journey 3 in particular, we have explored the intersection of economy and ecology. At Blue Creek and Maya Mountain Research Farm, we saw and learned about the strikingly different ways that this intersection can take … Continue reading

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