Environmental Science student Candice Magbag blogs about conservation


In her junior year at UW Bothell, Environmental Science major Candice Magbag took a Community Based Learning and Research (CBLR) course on restoration ecology. CBLR courses combine academic research with community partnerships, giving students real-world experience and an analytical toolkit to process that experience. In her course, Candice partnered with Forterra, Washington state’s largest land conservation, stewardship and community building organization. Recently Forterra published a guest blog post by Candice, in which she reflects on her experiences. Read "A Conservation Conversation: What does conservation through time look like?" and check out the video there, in which Candice gives the history of Forterra.