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Restoring life at North Creek Forest

Forest restoration team

For the past year, five University of Washington students have teamed together to bring a slice of forest back to life as part of a capstone project. The students — three from UW Bothell and two from Seattle — helped transform a half-acre of North Creek Forest from a neglected eyesore to a haven teeming with life.

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What it means to be green

The University of Washington Bothell turns Earth Day into a week-long celebration. In coordination with Cascadia College, students, faculty, staff and local businesses will come together through a variety of activities and events to learn what it means to be green.

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Acknowledging eco grief and climate anxiety

Jennifer Atkinson's Environmental Grief & Climate Anxiety seminar at the University of Washington Bothell provides tools and resources students need to grapple with “some really devastating material."

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The wild side of a community partnership

Friends of North Creek Forest is now temporarily based in Husky Hall. This enables joint programming with the organization and direct access for students in community-based learning and research projects. The partnership also helps improve the environment and preserve a piece of the wild inside the city of Bothell.

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Out of Africa: UW Bothell prof authors 'Selling the Serengeti'

In his new book, “Selling the Serengeti,” University of Washington Bothell Associate Professor Benjamin Gardner studies the influence of safari tourism – ecotourism or big-game hunting -- on land rights, market forces and the Maasai culture in Tanzania.

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