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January 8, 2019
Craig Ruberti brings the insights of both an environmental engineer, and of a parent of students, to the Biocitizen board of directors. Having walked with us twice above tree line in the Presidential Range, he’s a core Claws member. Always alert to the needs of our wandering alpinists, always ready to assist in making good things happen, a...
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Walking and reading the land in Sub-Antarctic Chile is at once familiar and completely new for me. Growing up on the western slope of the Rocky Mountains I have walked above tree line, backpacked in relatively untouched places, and learned to read the rocks and rivers to find my way home. I am at home...
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Walking and reading the land in Sub-Antarctic Chile is at once familiar and completely new for me. Growing up on the western slope of the Rocky Mountains I have walked above tree line, backpacked in relatively untouched places, and learned to read the rocks and rivers to find my way home. I am at home...
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