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  • NEWS
    Enriching the Earth: Abe Noe-Hays ’00 and his Rich Earth Institute
    “How long would it take my family of four to save enough urine to fertilize our hayfield?” I ask fellow alumnus Abe Noe-Hays ’00. He raises his eyebrows. “It’s five acres, you said? You’re going to need some friends.”
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    Remembered Earth
    Fire in the field and the birth of fire. Dry rivers and thirsty soil. The strong wind, steady as a blast furnace, and windmills drawing deep. This is the remembered earth that is lodged within her. This is what clogs her ears and crowds her vision: and it is greater than the thunder of fifty million buffalo. This is the known world, these plains. She’s touched them with her hands through every season, and she asks of them: Are these dry hills I see around me also inside?
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    Conscience, Culture, and Conflict in the Foothills of the Himalayas
    Ursa Beckford ’17 reflects on his fall term residency in Mussoorie, India—”Queen of the Hills”—a north Indian hill station in Uttarakhand, northwest of Nepal and southwest of Tibet, at College of the Atlantic’s Human Ecology Forum.

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