Carleton Students Write Blog Posts while on Round River Conservation Studies Program

31 October 2017

Three Carleton students have written blog posts about their experiences on Round River Conservation Studies fall semester programs. Check out Caroline Foster’s ’19 blog post giving a species account of hornbills in Botswana as well as her account of Botswanan Independence Day. Learn more about recent sphagnum moss surveys in Patagonian Chile from Emma Dempsey ’19, or read about Kait Libbey ’19 and her friends’ experiences clearing pasture, making tortas, and listening to local families’ concerns a local conservation park.

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