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RSS Westhampton, MA

  • Biocitizen MA Welcomes Charlie Schine, FEP teacher! December 31, 2020
    Charlie is a recent graduate from Wesleyan University who is just beginning to get his footing in the big wide world and figure out where he’s going. Although he majored in music, his studies always seemed to circle around environmentalism and the more-than-human world, a cross pollination which began the summer after his freshman year […]
  • Lamprey Rescue with Boyd Kynard – this Monday 8-11 am, Montague September 12, 2020
    Boyd Kynard is the founder of the Living Rivers School, owner of BK Riverfish and our CT river Obi Wan. He invites us to rescue lampreys with him on Monday morning: Hi All, Sorry to be late recruiting volunteers to rescue larvae and metamorphosing sea lamprey during the Drawdown of the Cabot Station canal at […]

RSS Los Angeles, CA

  • Adia’s Perspective 2019 – What it means to be a Biocitizen in LA July 22, 2019
    Day 1 – CITs in MA vs LA This is the first summer of Biocitizen LA’s CIT program and I am so excited to have the opportunity to take the […] The post Adia’s Perspective 2019 – What it means to be a Biocitizen in LA appeared first on Biocitizen Inc., Los Angeles, CA.
  • Assistant Director Michael Galano walks the Presidential Range with CLAWS MA July 12, 2019
    Assistant Director Michael Galano walks the Presidential Range with CLAWs Los Angeles/Massachusetts Exchange Program Senior Lead Teacher and Assistant Director, Michael Galano, recently returned from an intense week of training and […] The post Assistant Director Michael Galano walks the Presidential Range with CLAWS MA appeared first on Biocitizen Inc., Los Angeles, CA.

RSS New York, NY

  • Job Opening:  Our Place Summer School Director, New York City December 18, 2019
    Job Opening:  Our Place Summer School Director, New York City Status:  40 (full-time) hours a week (June 29-July 3, July 6-10, July 13-17, July 20-24, July 27-31, August 24-28, 2020); training begins January 2020 Time Frame:  Review begins now, position open until filled.  Biocitizen Inc. is a nonprofit educational institution that specializes in Field Environmental […]
  • Why Ryan Rosencrans traveled from Ohio to Biocitizen NY August 11, 2019
    Bio Over the past few weeks, Ryan has joined the Biocitizen NY team as a volunteer for the Our Place Summerschool. He is currently entering his senior year of high school at the University School in Cleveland, Ohio and, this summer, he took it upon himself to travel across the country, rent an apartment, and […]

RSS Concon, Chile

  • Ciudadanos bióticos, coronavirus, Gaia March 30, 2020
    En la sabiduría antigua, tanto en sociedades orientales, occidentales e indígenas, existe como concepción compartida la importancia del vivir el día a día, y de como esta práctica da forma a la percepción del mundo y de nuestra propia realidad finita como seres vivos y conscientes. Las sociedades, como fenómeno inherentemente humano, se construyen asimismo […]