The Morning Interview

Thorndike: “Trying with all our heart” for ecosocial preservation


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Camila Thorndike is a Sitka Fellow hoping to accelerate “the global movement for culturally attuned conservation.” She is a 2010 graduate of Whitman College with a degree in Environmental Humanities. Thorndike discussed her plans to work on sustainability in Chiloe, Patagonia with KCAW’s Robert Woolsey.

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