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Biocitizen welcomes Vicente Aguirre Diez, Our Place teacher!

Biocitizen welcomes Vicente Aguirre Diez to the Our Place Summerschool teaching staff! A recent graduate of School of Ecotourism at Universidad Andrés Bello in Chile, Vicente is our first protégé to hail from abroad, and he brings his teaching talent, love of nature and Suramericano perspective as gifts to us. When he returns to Chile after…

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FLOOD WALK!

After weeks of freezing, our river ice is melting—and it’s time to witness the tumult and power of FLOOD! 1000’s of tons of car-sized bergs are beginning to dislodge and tumble down watercourses, hitting boulders like bowling pins, slamming into trees, shuddering the earth, and re-arranging entire valleys. Imagine a runaway freight train crashing down…

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Biocitizen is hiring—Our Place Summerschool Teacher

Teacher, Biocitizen School of Field Environmental Philosophy Job Description: Biocitizen will be running Our Place Summerschool from June 18 to August 31, 2018, M-F, 9am-3pm. We are looking for a dynamic and highly capable student/teacher who wants to work with kids and teens out in the field, and who yearns to put the theories they have learned, or…

After the Blizzard ICE WALK

After several weeks of unusually cold weather our biome has become unusually beautiful—especially in the Westfield River watershed. The river has frozen over, allowing us to go places we are normally prevented from going. Our non-hibernating mammal neighbors are crossing rivers and brooks, moreover, giving us a chance to gauge the vitality of the biome,…

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