Emily Lowery Presents at Student Sustainability Forum

Last week, MLA graduate student Emily Lowery received a second place award at the Student Sustainability Symposium for her poster presentation of Fish, Forests and Futures. The work is "a visual synopsis of the the past, present and potential future of Mfangano, Island, Kenya, the site of my capstone project," said Lowery. "While the project is in constant evolution, my objective is to investigate methods of reforestation that can replenish the forest canopy, provide incentives to curb deforestation while finding alternatives to current agricultural practices in order to assist reforestation." The Students for Design Activism also presented their work with Gordon Parks School, and MLA student Colleen O'Dell presented her capstone project based in Lowertown St. Paul.

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