6th Version of Tracing Darwin’s Path

picture3For a sixth time, students and faculty from the United States and Latin America have come together around the Tracing Darwin’s Path Field Course, coordinated by the Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program as a joint effort between the University of North Texas and the Universidad de Magallanes. This year, students from Puerto Rico, Texas, Connecticut, Mexico, France, Argentina and Chile shared a 2.5 week experience of “field environmental philosophy” where they got to see first hand how the integration of ethics and ecology can contribute to biocultural conservation.

In addition, a documentary crew from the Chilean National TV was on hand to film the experience of how the Omora Park is implementing research, education and conservation at the ends of the earth. For more information click here: