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Cedar Creek artist in residence explores nature with a human touch

LindaButurian1.jpgSenior teaching specialist Linda Buturian, in the Department of Postsecondary Teaching and Learning, is currently an artist in residence at Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve. Her essay, "Secret Knowledge," which is the first of three narratives with images recently published on the Cedar Creek website, captures the essence of Cedar Bog Lake and its relationship to people and the surrounding ecosystem.

Buturian's essay collection, World Gone Beautiful: Life Along the Rum River, was published by Cathedral Hill Press. As a writer and teacher, Buturian develops curriculum and teaches humanities courses for CEHD. To learn more about the interdisciplinary water seminar she designed, and to view her students' digital stories, visit the course website.

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