Human+Nature Blog

Blogger: Brooke Merrill, one of 23 MSU students in the Demmer Scholar Washington, DC, program, a senior-level class in natural resources policy that meets one night a week and all day Saturday while working full-time as paid interns at federal agencies or non-governmental organizations that focus on natural resources.

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Blogger: Kim Winter, NatureWatch program leader, who's supervising Emily Loubert, one of 23 MSU students in the Demmer Scholar Washington, DC, program, a senior-level class in natural resources policy that meets one night a week and all day Saturday while working full-time as paid interns at federal agencies or non-governmental organizations that focus on natural resources.

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Blogger: Brooke Merrill, one of 23 MSU students in the Demmer Scholar Washington, DC, program,Brooke Merrill w/statue a senior-level class in natural resources policy that meets one night a week and all day Saturday while working full-time as paid interns at federal agencies or non-governmental organizations that focus on natural resources.

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Blogger: Frankie Pappalardo, one of 23 MSU students in the Demmer Scholar Washington, DC, program, a senior-level class in natural resources policy that meets one night a week and all day Saturday while working full-time as paid interns at federal agencies or non-governmental organizations that focus on natural resources.

 

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Blogger (in Spanish): Miriam Toro-Rosarioone of 23 MSU students in the Demmer Scholar Washington, DC, program, a senior-level class in natural resources policy thatmeets one night a week and all day Saturday while working full-time as paid interns at federal agencies or non-governmental organizations that focus on natural resources.

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Blogger: Brooke Merrill, one of 23 MSU students in the Demmer Scholar Washington, DC, program, a senior-level class in natural resources policy that meets one night a week and all day Saturday while working full-time as paid interns at federal agencies or non-governmental organizations that focus on natural resources.

 

 

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Neil Carter is taking his tigers on the road.

Ok, at least the tigers that’ll fit into a thumb-drive, and they’ll probably be room to pack a couple rhinos and elephants as well.

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Sue Nichols and fish

Blogger: Sue Nichols, assistant director..(and see below for Marielle's report)

With the World Fisheries Congress complete the MSU crew has dispersed for their own adventures. Some are off for field work, some will take time to explore Paris and other parts of Europe, a couple are heading up to Iceland, since it seems so close.

Hard to argue with that.

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Blogger: Hanna Kruckman, Master's student

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