Monthly Archives: July 2011

Bennington’s Agricultural Past, Present, and…?

A lot of students at Bennington are interested in agriculture, and the various ways that agriculture connects to other systems within our society. In the last few years, this has been in evidence in the proliferation of courses addressing food and … Continue reading

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Long-lost Species Found!

The internet was abuzz this week with news of the rediscovery of the Bornean Rainbow Toad (pictured right) in Indonesia. Before it was found recently by a Conservation International field team as part of their “Search for the Lost Frogs” … Continue reading

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For anyone that knows me, you are probably aware of my skeptical outlook toward many technological advances (blogging activities aside!). Personally, I am still angry at Twitter for co-opting one of my favorite words and making it near impossible to … Continue reading

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Buy it where you burn it…

Certain insects have been in my mind lately. Over the long July 4th weekend, I visited friends in Albany, NY and then in Burlington, VT.  As I traveled, I saw lots of billboards that were part of an ad campaign against … Continue reading

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