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EVENTS

BECOME A CITIZEN ACTIVIST - Nov. 8th, 3-4:30PM, LNCO Room 2110.  Join us to learn how to become an active citizen in your community. Lean how to lobby, write an op-ed with a presentation by Tim Fitzpatrick from the Salt Lake Tribune, and connect with local and state non-profits to see how you can make an impact.

LUNCH WITH LEADERS - Nov. 13, 11:45-1:15.  Zach Frankel from Utah Rivers Council.  If you would like to attend email Jenn Watt. (first 7 will have their lunch paid for by the ENVST program)

The Edible Campus Gardens are always seeking more volunteers! Sign up for the U Campus Tilth, a Weekly memo that includes volunteer times.  

Volunteer Opportunity - Trail & Improvement work - Salt Lake Climbers Alliance

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NEWS

Dr. Watt awarded REDD Center Research Grant

Dr. Jennifer Watt was awarded the John Topham and Susan Redd Butler Off-Campus Faculty Research Award, through the REDD Center, to continue her research studying mountain pine beetle outbreaks in the Northern Rocky Mountains.

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What Global Climate Change May Mean for Leaf Litter in Streams and Rivers

A new study led by University of Utah researcher Jennifer J. Follstad Shah, in collaboration with a team of 15 scientists in the U.S. and Europe, suggests these decay rates may not increase as much as expected.

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No Soil Required

Imagine a garden in your home that requires no soil. Georgie Corkery, an environmental and sustainability studies and urban ecology major with a minor in design, spent her summer researching this idea, known as hydroponic lighting.

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Listening for Solutions

During the course of two transatlantic trips to India, and a semester of intercultural collaboration, University of Utah students discovered that before you can solve, you have to listen.

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Last Updated: 10/19/17