The tiny forest that saved the wilderness
2013 Fellow Lily Lewis has helped uncover an exceptional array of little plants and lichens in a remote part of South America.
Maximizing Impact in California Water Justice
Fellows Carolina Balazs and Mike Antos leveraged a Switzer Network Innovation Grant to help disadvantaged communities gain better access to clean water.
Switzer Fellow Thought Leadership
Leadership Lessons from Environmental Education
2000 Fellow Jen-Osha Buysse and her team launched the Mountain Stewardship and Outdoor Leadership School in Morgantown, West Virginia, last year.
Marine ecosystems can take thousands, rather than hundreds, of years to recover from climate-related upheavals. 2013 Fellow Sarah Moffitt examined fossilized fauna on the seafloor to chart the changes. "There’s not a recovery we have to look forward to in my lifetime or my grandchildren's lifetime. It’s a gritty reality we need to face as scientists and people who care about the natural world and who make decisions about the natural world," she says.
Our networking call series is intended to provide an open forum for Fellows to connect with each other on topics that directly inform your work.