Steve and Lanna have a lively discussion about his work as a conservation biologist, Tolkein, and kids these days. Ever wondered what a landscape biologist does? Find out what makes the drums speak as Steve spins a story of ecology and explains how his students show engagement in the natural world through storytelling. And he answers 10 questions.
I speak for those who cannot speak for themselves. Steve Trombulak
Steve Trombulak holds the Professorship of Environmental and Biosphere Studies at Middlebury College in Vermont, where he has been on the faculty since 1985. His teaching and research interests are in the fields of natural history and conservation biology, particularly in the Northern Appalachian Mountains. He is the author or editor of several articles and books, including The Story of Vermont: a natural and cultural history and, most recently, Landscape-scale Conservation Planning. He is a founding member on the board of the Natural History Network and is the editor of the Journal of Natural History Education and Experience. He’s also a founding director of the Ghana Antelope Project and is on the staff of SpiritFire Festival.
The 411: Steve Trombulak
- Stephen C. Trombulak at Middlebury College
- Natural History Network
- Spiritfire Festival
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