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Researchers Share the Dirt on Year of Soils

We walk on it, we eat from it, we draw our water through it, and we send our waste into its depths to return clean once more...

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Algonquin to Adirondacks (A2A) Collaborative is Hiring a Trail Coordinator

The Algonquin to Adirondacks (A2A) Collaborative is looking for someone to join their team in Ontario, Canada for the summer to coordinate the A2A Trail project...

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APPLY to be a Cornell Outdoor Education Student Coordinator

Cornell Outdoor Education is looking to hire a Student Coordinator to join us in the office and assist with COE physical education and special programs...

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Land Project to Build on Three Years of Collaboration

Contested Global Landscapes, an Institute for the Social Sciences (ISS) theme project, ends three years of collaborative study...

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Professor Discusses Sustainable Food Production

Cornellians gathered to hear Prof. Stephen Long, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, discuss food security, the use of bioenergy without conflict with agriculture and social barriers to crop yield improvement...

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Summer Job Opening in Ithaca- Urban Forestry Intern

Interested in spending a summer in Ithaca to work with the Department of Public Works to survey trees? If so, this is the job for you!

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Jack Elliott Connects Nature, Classical Art in New Exhibition

Artist Jack Elliott's most recent installation connects nature and human forms, architecture and culture and its sesquicentennial celebration, with classical plaster casts, contemporary sculpture and a 150-year-old tree as centerpieces...

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Course: Permaculture Design Certification HORT 3330 Offered in Fall 2015!

Permaculture is an approach to land use that meets human needs, increases ecosystem health, and addresses local inequalities...

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Cornell Creates Composting Toilet Facility

Cornell Outdoor Education officially dedicated its new composting bathroom facility at the Hoffman Challenge Course Saturday...

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Creating the Urban Eden

In honor of Earth Day and Arbor Day, posters will be displayed on 50 trees on the Ag Quad to describe the ecosystem services those trees provide...