Most current stories about changing seasonal patterns have to do with the effects of climate change. But not this one.
We’d like to announce an extension for our three summer blogging contests sponsored by the Woods Institute for the Environment . Submissions will be accepted until Sunday, September 30th and by entering you’ll get a chance to win $100.
So, you’ve still got plenty of time to write and submit. We have three categories (click to learn more) which taken together cover quite a lot of territory:
Please consider reflecting on your summer experiences, whether they involved lazing at the beach, conducting research, catching up on reading, or some combination. Put pen to paper or fingers to keyboard. We look forward to reading about your summer!
We’ve already had some great entries, which we encourage you to read and vote for your favorites.
- From Yellowstone Falls to Stanford: Nature is Closer Than You’d Think by Alex Martinez
- Bloomington Community Orchard by Mark Feldman
- Thermodynamics is So Hot Right Now by Ben Kallman
- Remember in Order to Reverse: A Look at Environmental Generational Amnesia by Emma Sagan
- My First Summer in the Sierra (Camp) by Seth Judson
Research Making a Difference
- The Business of Sustainability by Brandon Ly
- Designing a Lifestyle by Brandon Ly
- The Dirt on Hand Hygiene Research Projects in Africa by Helena Scutt
- Investigating Attitudes toward Nature by Caroline Hodge
Thanks for writing and reading.