University of Minnesota Extension programs in Environmental Science Education focus, in part, on connecting passionate and skillful educators, adult volunteers, and natural resource professionals into rich communities of stewardship and scientific research. Strong ties among these community members are one important way that we build the momentum for individuals to explore, teach about and conserve MN natural resources.
In many ways, however, it is easier than ever to foster a connection with individuals and experts interested in environmental science. In a recent blog post on Environmental Science Masters, author Donald Smith noted 33 environmental scientists worth following on Twitter. These may be an easy and worthwhile start to enriching your connections with networks of stewards.
See the post 33 Environmental Scientists Worth Following on Twitter at http://goo.gl/fg4Oj.