Sterling Alumni take their educations far and wide and we are immensely proud of the work they do as environmental stewards and citizens of the world. Michael Seamans ’02 recently returned from Sierra Leone where he experienced the Ebola epidemic first hand. We found his photography published on Bangor Daily News along with a really interesting interview. We suggest you give it a read.
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A tale of ecological and cultural injustice that will make your skin crawl. Please pay attention to the scale of this project.
Plan now for our Natural Cheesemaking course with David Asher of The Black Sheep School of Cheesemaking, focusing on Raw Milk Cheese.
This one-of-a-kind hands-on course will take you on a microbial journey from culture propagation to rennet coagulation and on to...
“Who cooks for you?” 🦉 Ecology student and budding nature photographer, Collin, spent some time in the woods this week and captured this very relatable moment with a local barred owl (Strix varia), tracking his progress through the snow at sunset.
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