Cows, Colleges, and Conservation: How Carleton and St. Olaf Colleges managed erosion and promoted biodiversity on their rented agricultural lands
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Political Science (POSC)
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Distinction on comps, Honors Papers: Two part COMPS, paper and podcast
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Rented agricultural land, podcast, sustainable agriculture, st. olaf, arboretum, mike peterson, erosion, biodiversity, conservation, no-til, heavy tillage, soil health, ostrom, SES framework, oral history
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