Stories:

  • NEWS
    Regrowing Tropical Forests Recover Fast in Tree Species Richness, but Slow in Species Composition
    A team of ecologists from Latin America, the United States, and Europe, including College of the Atlantic botany professor Susan Letcher, publish a study in Science Advances showing that natural forest regeneration may be the ideal way to bring nearly one billion acres of tropical forest into restoration by 2030, as set under the Bonn Challenge.
  • NEWS
    New Scholarship Serves Student Conservationists
    College of the Atlantic President Darron Collins ’92 looks back on a life-changing summer with the Student Conservation Association as COA announces a $10,000 annual scholarship to eligible SCA alumni.
  • NEWS
    Saving Sea Turtles in the Ogasawara Islands
    A passion for marine biology leads College of the Atlantic student Grace Caltabiano ’19 on two internships to Japan’s “Galápagos of The East,” where she joins efforts to protect endangered green sea turtles.