Sterling Alumni take their educations far and wide and we are immensely proud of the work they do as environmental stewards and citizens of the world. Michael Seamans ’02 recently returned from Sierra Leone where he experienced the Ebola epidemic first hand. We found his photography published on Bangor Daily News along with a really interesting interview. We suggest you give it a read.
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The Ecology Essentials for Everyone course is essential for anyone looking to understand how the world really works – with or without us humans. You'll develop a strong understanding of ecological principles, scientific thinking, and how to live more lightly on the Earth. Register today!...
These days, it seems that everyone has a better, purportedly more sustainable way to farm: organic agriculture, carbon-farming, regenerative agriculture, climate-smart agriculture, permaculture, and sustainable intensification. As alternatives to synthetic and extractive forms of industrial agriculture abound, it can be tough to tell which have...
The present climate and ecological emergencies are a global problem that requires immediate action. We must work together to find solutions that will help to mitigate these crises. Enroll into Climate + Change self-paced and online. Starting at $49! https://hubs.la/Q01yhLCC0
Ivy Manner's Senior Year Research Project was entitled 'Ecological Building & Design' where she designed and built an outhouse from scratch, including felling, extraction, sawing, and building.