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In Episode 10, hosts Sarah Thorne and Jeff King, Deputy Lead of the Engineering With Nature® Program at the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), are talking with Kotchakorn Voraakhom (“Kotch”), an international member of the American Society of Landscape Architects and founder of Bangkok-based landscape architecture company LANDPROCESS, and Derek Hoeferlin, Chair of the Landscape Architecture and Urban Design programs at Washington University in St. Louis.
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The Network for Engineering With Nature® (EWN) invites you to the N-EWN Knowledge Series: A Continuing […]
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The Network for Engineering With Nature has two exciting updates from the […]
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Join us for a N-EWN graduate student’s thesis defense! Rebecca Stanley, MS candidate in […]
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Most people don’t stop to consider the trees that they pass each […]
Whether it’s at the turn of a faucet or a bucket from […]
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Just how big do coastal marshes need to be to do their […]
This week, all the N-EWN partners met in conjunction for the first […]
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Story by Sean Turner Forest and freshwater ecosystems are not just important […]
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Story by Sean Turner Image from Pexels.com Protecting ecosystems or protecting our […]
The proceedings in brief from the Benefits, Applications and Opportunities of Natural […]
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The Network for Engineering With Nature® (EWN) invites you to join us for the N-EWN Knowledge […]
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As students head back to class, Episode 8 of the EWN Podcast […]
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Network for Engineering With Nature partners, The Water Institute of the Gulf, the […]
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Mark your calendars for an upcoming, in-person seminar with USGS scientist Dr. […]
Welcome to the summer feature podcast miniseries—EWN On The Road. As we teased […]
Photos and story by Olivia Allen In a recent feature on the River […]
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We’ve started a fun new tradition! Every Monday, we’ll post a natural […]
Story by Stacia Pelletier | Contact: Matt Bilskie New interdisciplinary pilot program explores funding salt marsh preservation […]
Welcome to Episode 5! Today we’re kicking off the summer season with […]
The 2022 American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall meeting is being held December […]
Welcome to Episode 4! We’re discussing the role of EWN and nature-based […]
Last week, N-EWN was represented by IRIS Director Dr. Brian Bledsoe at […]
In Episode 3, the EWN Practice Leads return to talk about how […]
This month’s natural infrastructure feature is the oyster reef! Oysters are more […]
Welcome to Episode 2 of Season 4! EWN Practice Leads play a […]
The Network for Engineering with Nature (N-EWN) invites you to join us for the N-EWN […]
In a recent feature, the UGA Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant […]
Missed a N-EWN Knowledge Seminar that you were hoping to catch? Now […]
Living shorelines provide an attractive alternative to traditional shoreline armoring, such as […]
Recently, researchers from across the Network for Engineering With Nature met for […]
Dr. J. Marshall Shepherd, Georgia Athletic Association Distinguished Professor, recently won the […]
A tiny, rainbow-finned fish lives in the swiftly flowing waters of Georgia’s […]