Several Field Naturalists, Ecological Planners, and alumni write blogs that you may also enjoy:
The “Slow Water” Movement, by Charlie Hohn (Field Naturalist, AA-’10), http://slowwatermovement.blogspot.com
The Slow Water Movement blog is essentially about how water moves – from trickles to floods, in natural areas, agricultural areas, and cities. There is a movement to appreciate urban nature, but little has yet been said about appreciating water moving through landscapes influenced by humans. Rather than looking at runoff as garbage, or an obligation and burden, I like to look at it as an opportunity. There are many things people can do to manage, use, and enjoy the runoff around their homes and workplaces. The blog also addresses larger-scale issues such as flooding, as well as fun ways to appreciate runoff and urban nature using demonstration, art, and technology.
Deshler Photography, by Jim Deshler and Danielle Owczarski (Field Naturalist, AB-’12), http://deshlerphotography.blogspot.com
Jim and Danielle invite you to explore the natural history and culture of VT and beyond through the photographic lens and the written word. Their interests are eclectic covering mountain sports, local festive events, still life, and nature exploration. There is never a dull moment for the curious mind, when your unable, let them do the exploring for you.
Renewing the Commons, by Connor Stedman (Ecological Planning, AC-’13), http://renewingthecommons.wordpress.com/
Reflections on tending the wild and the commons across North America.
Posts from Ecological Planning students can be found on the blog of the International Environmental Diplomacy and Security weblog: http://ieds.newsvine.com/