Guest blog by Farrah Fatemi, OEC Volunteer
I spent the past decade hopping around the Eastern United States and Canada. During that time, I immersed myself in the study of natural ecosystems as a graduate student, and later as a professor. But after struggling to feel at home in New England, I decided change was in order. Drawn to the beautifully diverse landscape and cultural ethos of the Pacific Northwest, I packed up and headed West this past summer.
I then connected with Oregon Environmental Council (OEC), about a volunteer research project.
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