Rich Niesenbaum is a professor of Biology  and holds the Scheller Endowed Chair at Muhlenberg College where he directs an interdisciplinary program in Sustainability Studies and the RJ Fellows Honors Program.  At this site you can learn more about Rich.  You can access online resources for his book Sustainable Solutions: Problem Solving for Current and Future Generations, and ideas and issues related to campus sustainability & activism. You can also learn more about his work in Las Juntas de Abangares in Costa Rica, and explore the Halfway House Experimental Farm/Homestead in Owego, NY.

You can contact Rich by clicking >here<

You can view his Twitter Feed @SusSolutions here as well.







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