Biocitizen MA Welcomes Charlie Schine, FEP teacher!

Charlie is a recent graduate from Wesleyan University who is just beginning to get his footing in the big wide world and figure out where he’s going. Although he majored in music, his studies always...
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Lamprey Rescue with Boyd Kynard – this Monday 8-11 am, Montague

Boyd Kynard is the founder of the Living Rivers School, owner of BK Riverfish and our CT river Obi Wan. He invites us to rescue lampreys with him on Monday morning: Hi All, Sorry to...
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Bear Pool Vandalized

  Bear Pool is a place beloved. It is not only beautiful but is also home to a variety of endangered and threatened species. It is owned by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, which is to...
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? Our Place Summerschool COVID-19 Update #2 ?

Dear Biocitizen Community, On behalf of the board and the staff, I hope you, your family and loved ones are safe and healthy and remain so. Your support and your patience has been crucial to...
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Biocitizen welcomes Jes Heil, Maine Sea Kayaking Guide and Teacher!!

Biocitizen is pleased to welcome Jes Heil as our Maine Sea Kayaking Guide and Teacher!! She’ll be co-leading Claws: Casco Bay from Saturday July 11 to Thursday July 16! Biocitizen is privileged to have Jes...
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Job Opening: Living Rivers School Research and Teaching Assistant

Job Announcement: Living Rivers School Research and Teaching Assistant Status: 30+ hours a week, M-F, August 1-22, 2020 Time Frame: Review begins now, position open until filled Biocitizen Inc. is a nonprofit educational institution that...
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Sabrina Moore’s Environmental Philosophy: on co-founding the Living Rivers School

This post is written by Sabrina Moore, who will assist Dr. Boyd Kynard in our innovative Living Rivers School, that lets middle and high school -aged students participate in conservation biology research that, when published...
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Marysia’s NSF International Research Experience for Students -> An Adventure in Cape Horn

This post is written by Marysia Borucinska-Begg, an amazing addition to our Field Environmental Philosophy teaching staff, who brings with her a background that includes being a recipient of a prestigious National Science Foundation fellowship....
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WOW > Phoebe Gelbard! Off to Cape Horn with International Research Experiences for Students!

Biocitizen began in the forests of Cape Horn, when Kurt Heidinger, Francisca Massardo and Ricardo Rozzi developed Tracing Darwin’s Path, an interdisciplinary learning-adventure that immerses students in the biocultural history of that sublime portion of...
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Biocitizen welcomes Mason Lollis-Taylor, Assistant Teacher!!

Biocitizen is so pleased to welcome Mason Lollis-Taylor as an Assistant Teacher in the Our Place Summer School! (More:  Living Rivers School) Mason trained with us last year, and has learned so much about teaching...
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Biocitizen Book: Tracing Darwin’s Path in Cape Horn

Kurt here—once upon a time (1998) I was invited by Ricardo Rozzi and Francisca Massardo to visit Navarino Island, where they were conducting conservation biology research. I am not a scientist, so while they were...
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Biocitizen celebrates Phoebe Gelbard, Our Place Summer School Ass’t Director!!

Phoebe Gelbard has been building our school of Field Environmental Philosophy since 2015, when she was a junior at Northampton High School. Biocitizen is grateful for her service to the hundreds of students she’s taught....
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