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Dec 17, 2012


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When I was doing my BA in Environmental Science in the rural West a decade ago, the beginnings of this kind of work was going on. Initially there was a lot of distrust on both sides (out-of-state university professors and ranching dynasties) but with a lot of patience and willingness to really listen to each others concerns a lot of headway was made. It made an impression on me and I learned quite a bit about dealing with polarized groups and controversial topics.

Michael W. Kruse

I'd love to hear more stories from you about this sometime!

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