Session 1F

Consumption, Community, and Sustainable Practices: Learning from Local Cases

1:00 PM to 2:30 PM | Moderated by Christopher Campbell
Add to my favorites Applying Current Knowledge to Change Consumption Behavior
Presenters
  • Marie Curatolo, Senior, Environmental Studies
  • Taylor Sproed, Senior, Environmental Studies
  • William Joseph Sharick, Senior, Environmental Studies
Mentors
  • Kristiina Vogt,
  • P. Sean McDonald,

Add to my favorites Gardeners’ Perceived Benefits of Community Gardens in Seattle
Presenter
  • Tucker Furniss, Senior, Environmental Science & Resource Management, Interdisciplinary Visual Arts
Mentor
  • Stanley Asah,

Add to my favorites The Fruit of the Farms in the Soils of Value: Equity Appraisals of Community-Supported Agriculture
Presenter
  • Sylvia Gozdek, Senior, Anthropology, International Studies
Mentor
  • Devon Pena,

Add to my favorites A Legacy of Sand Point: The Meaning of the Mud Lake Wetlands
Presenter
  • Nicholas (Nick) Iverson, Senior, Community, Environment, & Planning
Mentors
  • Michael Lewis,
  • Cynthia Updegrave,

Add to my favorites Public Perceptions of Smoke and Fire: Central Washington Fire Managers’ Current Communication, Outreach, and Insight of Public Opinion
Presenter
  • Michelle King, Senior, Environmental Science & Resource Management
Mentor
  • Stanley Asah,

Add to my favorites The Ecology of Violence: Indirect Effects of the Euro-American Invasion on the Structure and Composition of Ecosystems in the Pacific Northwest
Presenter
  • Dylan Mendenhall, Senior, Environmental Science & Resource Management (Restoration Ecology & Environmental Horticulture)
Mentor
  • Kern Ewing,