This unique opportunity not only reduces your carbon footprint, but also saves biodiversity, fresh water, natural medicines, pollinators, and insures the future spiritual heritage of an African nation. Read more.
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Dr. Lowman’s column Nature’s Secrets can be found in the Sarasota Herald-Tribune and The News & Observer.
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Tree canopy biologist, educator, ecologist, writer, editor, public speaker and currently Chief of Science & Sustainability at California Academy of Sciences.
- "There are 483 ways to be a frog!" Dr Dave Blackburn w/Science Comedian Brian Malow @calacademy -cool frog- tales! http://t.co/5xdoIKb2BB
- Meg Lowman: How to raise a girl scientist http://t.co/M8VGA5gV5T
- My latest column in the Herald-Tribune
"Well behaved women rarely make history."
Laurel Thatcher Ulrich... http://t.co/lmVm5Ufzjr
- Academy goes to new heights! Canopy Biodiversity Fellow Bryson Voirin inspires kids with his climbing demo. http://t.co/6yVZ8bfTp4
- @CoopSciScoop @TimCurran8 @SERS_UNE @BeyondBuggirl amazing! Did my PostDoc at Armidale and raised sheep in nearby Walcha!
- University of Sydney Alumni Profile: Margaret Lowman Read more →
- FREE Lecture at USF on Stool Banking, Poop Transplants, and Human Microbiome Read more →
- Informal science education like museums can teach key concepts and fill gaps in STEM education Read more →
- New Ethopian Church Forest, Wonchet, Conserved Read more →
- Global Canopy Science: Conferences, Publications, and Bottom-Up Action Read more →