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Now Voyager Four Corners Sun.-Sun. March 11-18 and Sun.-Sun. March 18-25   Expeditions to Utah’s Grand Staircase and Bears Ears National Monuments Explore a wilderness that might vanish— More information.  
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1) The problem: what invasives are, botanically and culturally Weeds are plants that grow where we don’t want them to, and invasives are weeds we spread without control, altering ecosystems to such an extent that, sometimes, native species are crowded out and go extinct. Invasives are expressions of our colonial culture; we bring them—and cats,...
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We have room for 14 people. Reserve your spot! Join Biocitizen the day after Thanksgiving from 11 am to 4 pm for an exploration of the exposed granite ridges of the Tekoa Mountain Wildlife Management Area in Russell and Montgomery. We’ll pick up at Northampton High School at 11am, arrive at Tekoa around 11:30, walk until...
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Background: Despite significant efforts to reverse historical trends, the survival of several Connecticut River species of migratory fish is imperiled. As a Leopoldian school of environmental philosophy, it is Biocitizen’s mission to educate the public about this problem, and also about the solution to it: “Promote improved flow and fish passage to ensure clean, free-flowing,...
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Emilio Garcia DLH Sutil is a world class surf instructor who operates SuperFun and directs Biocitizen School in Chile. While his students never get near waves this big, Emilio lives to ride them. He will be teaching Now Voyager in January 2018.
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Field: This word comes from ecology, and the term “field study.” It is based on the distinction between research done indoors, in the lab, and research done outdoors, in the field. Environmental: “environment” means that which encloses. Philosophy: means love (philo) of wisdom (sophy). Field Environmental Philosophy (FEP) is a pedagogy that takes students outdoors...
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Now Voyager is the most amazing Field Environmental Philosophy study-abroad program in the world— This year we’ll be in the field for 3 weeks from January 2 to 21st—starting in Valpariaso, a gritty Pacific coast city known for its graffiti, poetry and food, then we’ll head south to surf paradise Pichilemu, and from there head...
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Biocitizen is so pleased to welcome Benn Johnson, PhD candidate and Teaching Fellow at the University of North Texas, to our teaching staff this summer! He will be working with Rika, who you met yesterday, to teach field environmental philosophy—while also bringing his academic research interests and skills to the task, helping us to enhance our...
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Rika Tsuji is a Japanese Fulbright-sponsored doctorate student in philosophy at University of North Texas who interned with us last summer. As the Daily Hampshire Gazette reported: **This summer Biocitizen hosted 25 year-old Rika Tsuji of Japan, Fulbright Scholar and doctoral candidate in the department of environmental philosophy at the University of North Texas. For one week,...
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On December 29 and 30th Now Voyagers will team with the Fundacion Punta de Lobos and the Municipalidid Pichilemu for a day of public field environmental philosophy education and fundraising—out on the Punta! Punta de Lobos means “Sea Lion Point,” and it’s really beautiful. Click on the pic for more images— Punta de Lobos is also one of...
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