NR 2 - Nature and Culture

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Dissertation Defense Seminar: "Towards Balanced Development: From the Washington Consensus to an Ecological Economic Model," Brendan Fisher.  3:00 pm, Tuesday, May 3 in Room 105 Aiken Center

The Greening of Aiken Student Symposium.  Students of NR 285A "Ecological Design Studio," NR 285C "Modeling a Green Aiken" and other student groups will be presenting their respective projects.  2:30 - 5:00, Wednesday, May 4 in 104 Aiken Center.  Information, zadams@uvm.edu.

The Rubenstein School Community Celebration at the ECHO Center on the waterfront.  Tickets are required and are on sale on the first floor of the Aiken Center ($17.00).  Your ticket includes the RSENR festivities, as well as admission to the ECHO center and a catered dinner! 5:30 - 9:30, Wednesday, May 4.

Vermont Green Up Day! Deb Perry is creating a team of students, faculty, staff to clean up the area around the UVM campus.  Gloves, trash bags, etc. will be provided.  Sign up to spend a fun day outside making our community cleaner and greener!  Saturday, May 7 all day.  Contact Deb at dperry@uvm.edu to join the team!

The Dartmouth George Link Jr. Environmental Awareness Lecture presents - William Cronon - "Storytelling and the making of an American landscape", Thursday, May 5, 7:30pm at Filene Auditorium, Moore Hall, Dartmouth College.




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Coyote Hunt Article
Article about home in Jericho
Eminent Domain Article