Conservation & Tracking
Meghan has been formally involved in ecology, conservation and environmental public outreach since her studies at UC Santa Cruz in 1993, but her passion for the land and its natural history began long before that.
“When growing up my childhood gang took trails that wandered over fences, along tree branches, and through vacant lots. We rarely used roads or sidewalks, preferring the secretive places in between. Now as I dedicate my work to wildlife corridors and wilderness linkages, I see that these interstitial spaces- these kid spaces between human structures- connected the wild places of our neighborhood to the wild things within us.”
To continue reading, click here....
Education and Outreach
The journey of education, knowledge, and wisdom comes to each person as individually as our fingerprints. Numerous avenues of learning are open to each of us.
Unfortunately mainstream education and academia in the United States do not necessarily embrace individual learning styles or intrinsic gifts. Rather education plans like “No Child Left Behind” or “Race to the Top” streamline students, teachers, and professors into rote patterns that leave little room for flexible creative thinking, analysis, process, and practical application.
To continue reading, click here...