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Dr. Ingham is a soil biology researcher and founder of Soil Foodweb, Inc., which works with soil-testing laboratories to assess soil biology. She is known as a leader in soil microbiology and research of the soil food web, and she is an author of the USDA's "Soil Biology Primer." In 2011, Ingham was named The Rodale Institute's chief scientist.


Reed is the founder of Sustainable Harvest International, a nonprofit organization that works with rural communities in Central America to implement sustainable farming practices. She won the National Peace Corps Association's Shriver Award for Distinguished Humanitarian Service in 2012.

How to Find Environmental Studies Books

In the Library of Congress classification system used by the Whitworth Library, Environmental Studies books in both the main collection and reference (non-circulating) collection are shelved under call numbers beginning with these letters:

Environmental Sciences

To search for both print books and e-books owned by the library, use the Library Catalog tab above.  E-books can also be found via the Electronic Books tab above.

A Thousand Words

Bitterroot Valley MT Wildfire August 6th, 2000 (Photography John McColgan, U.S. Bureau of Land Management)

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