The PSE seed grant award of $500 has contributed to my costs to attend the Society for Applied Anthropology Meeting in Albuquerque, NM in March of 2014. At this meeting I will present on my work on a collaborative project to build marsh and community resilience on the Deal Island Peninsula of Maryland. My presentation: "Collaborative Learning on the Chesapeake: Rural Maryland Defining Resilience in the Face of Climate Change" will focus on making progress where the parameters and goals of success are unclear. The interaction between scientists, community members, and officials and managers is important for producing goals for mitigation of and adaptation to climate change impacts. This research helps to bridge the gap between society and environment in unique ways.
2/13/2022 11:28:03 pm
Heard of you lately. It's always nice to know and your past. Great blog.
5/26/2022 11:26:10 pm
Thank yyou for sharing
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