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Decon Recon

20. June 2009

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Decon Recon

Deconstruction of buildings and recycling the materials has long been looked on as a costly, albeit more environmentally sound, option for developers and landowners. But the National Center for Craftsmanship, based in Fort Collins, may have figured out how to make deconstruct a win-win financial and environmental decision.

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The Road Less Traveled

17. June 2009

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The Road Less Traveled

I have a short news piece in the Summer 2009 issue of Forest Magazine, looking at what national forest users think of the Forest Service's travel management plans, and how agency officials are trying to please recreational visitors and protect the land.

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Two Birds in the Bush

13. June 2009

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Two Birds in the Bush

The discovery of a new species of flycatcher in Bolivia came about through research on the wintering habits of other migratory birds, including the threatened cerulean warbler. I wrote a short piece on the birds for the summer 2009 issue of Nature Conservancy Magazine, but unfortunately didn't get to go to the Yungas to check out the wildlife in person.

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