• “In order to be stewards of the land, we need to understand our historical and current relationships to the natural world and each other. Sterling College courses and our community provide us with opportunities to explore these relationships, uncover the complexities of our natural world and society, and discuss the many environmental issues that we face today.”

    Farley Brown

    Farley Brown '85

    Faculty in Ecology

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Emma Goes to New England Food Summit

The 5th Annual New England Food Summit, held at Simmons College in Boston, kicked off yesterday.  As I make my way from my summer job as a Watersheds and Ecology…

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Gravity & Gravidity

So here’s a fun fact—I don’t understand reproductive people. With the majority of the adult population either actively reproducing or having a history of reproduction, this poses a bit of…

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Touring with the Bike Barons

A brief history of the Bike Barons In the early days of the College’s history as a Work College Erik Hansen, Sterling’s first Dean of Work, came up with the…

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