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Restoration Agriculture as Synergy – Ezra Fradkin ’15

Among my peer group it is not unusual to hear gripes. We don’t always see clear pathways to a greener future. Once in a while, amidst this depressive jabber, we…

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Frog Call Surveys: A Recap

Last week, I finished up my frog call surveys. The ending is bittersweet, as now I have more time to focus on other work that needs to be done, but…

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Folk & Fiddle: Cultural Studies of Cape Breton Island

“A violin sings. A fiddle dances,” quips renowned fiddler and composer Kinnon Beaton in response to the common question of what distinguishes a violin from a fiddle, as we sit…

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