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Meet the NatureNet Fellows: Daniel Karp

Meet NatureNet Fellow Daniel Karp and learn about his plan for decision support tools that will help farmers evaluate the benefit of preserving natural habitat.

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Meet the NatureNet Fellows: Stephanie Wear

Marine scientist Stephanie Wear is on a conservation mission: to save coral reefs and, at the same time, improve the lives of the people living in coastal areas.

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Meet the NatureNet Fellows: Rob McDonald

Conservationists have typically viewed cities as the enemy of the environment — to embrace urban growth is akin to heresy. But that viewpoint is changing by necessity.

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Meet the NatureNet Fellows: Anne Trainor

Meet Anne Trainor, a NatureNet fellow researching how conservationists can keep ecosystems intact in the face of expanding energy development and infrastructure. The first in our series profiling the Conservancy’s nine NatureNet Fellows.

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