Restoregon Exhibit now at the Museum of Natural and Cultural History
Haven’t had a chance to check out the ENVS Program’s ELP photography exhibit? The images are now on display at the UO Museum of Natural and Cultural History. Led by ELP Co-Director, Peg Boulay, the project aimed to tackle the complex relationships between humans and nature as seen through restoration projects. In Boulay’s words, “with the ‘Restoregon’ project, we shifted our lenses to the questions of how and why people restore nature, how nature restores people and how to restore a deep connection between people and planet.”
See the full writeup at AROUNDtheO.