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Byker, Carmen

Assistant Professor
Health and Human Development
Montana State University - Bozeman

Carmen Byker's research, education, and outreach focuses on understanding the public health impacts of sustainable food systems.

Moore, David L.

Professor
English/Assoc. for the Study of Literature & the Environment; Studies in American Indian Literatures; Native & Indigenous Studies Assoc.
The University of Montana - Missoula

David L. Moore is Professor of English at the University of Montana. His fields of research and teaching at graduate and undergraduate levels include cross-cultural American Studies, Native American literatures, Western American literatures, Peace Studies, Baha’i Studies, literature and the environment, and ecocritical and dialogical critical theory. He has taught previously at the University of South Dakota, Salish Kootenai College, University of Washington, and Cornell University.

VanWieren, Rebekah

Assistant Professor of Landscape Design
College of Agriculture, Plant Sciences & Plant Pathology
Montana State University

The primary focus of my research is on ecological landscape design in the context of community planning and site design. I am particularly interested in ecological design strategies for brownfield redevelopment and post-industrial landscapes, green infrastructure performance and services at community and regional scales, and landscape perception.

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