While you could spend hours exploring all of the nooks and crannies of my site, you can get an idea of my work and how I am doing it here.
At the end of each link, you can see what is special about the post in colored italics
This site has a few main menus:
Check out the courses that I have completed at Lewis & Clark. Right now, I only have Environmental Theory. You can see a course overview and the posts that I made throughout the semester. Here are a few good ones:
Douglas County Antics Praxis project research, understanding the controversy behind Hinkle Creek, and a field trip to Douglas County check out a MapPress Map
Felling Forests & Fishy Fact-Finding My praxis project on the Hinkle Creek Paired Watershed Study in Douglas County, Oregon see my praxis poster
Here I am compiling all of my thesis work, a more on-going project. You can find my thesis outline, concept map, and general musings. Here are some fun posts:
Thesis Outline An outline of what my final thesis will look like. This is VERY subject to change read a preliminary thesis outline
The Situation Trying to put my work in a more global context here are some Zotpress references
Organized Chaos Visualizing my thesis with a concept map find a concept map here
This menu links to research and projects that I have completed at my time at Lewis & Clark. Here are some of my favorites:
Salmon-Safe Certification on Lewis & Clark Campus (Spring 2014) Work with Tom Krome, Justin Ketzler and Ethan Goldblat on an initiative to get Lewis & Clark campus Salmon-Safe certified look at Situating the Global Environment
Peri-Urban Development in the Ezulwini Valley (Spring 2013) A collaborative project with Erin Scheibe and Robin Zeller before our study abroad trip to Swaziland check out the Digital Field Scholarship site
You can also see all of the posters that I have made during my time at school.
Take a look at the poster gallery see an image gallery