Articles by Lacey K Goldberg

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“Bad Water Rising”: Species in Pennsylvania affected by climate change. Artist and researcher: Lacey Goldberg

“Bad Water Rising” is a hydrophobic medium art installation in downtown State College that focuses on local Pennsylvania species that are likely to be affected by climate change and water quality concerns. The art is invisible until it is revealed by the rain, which symbolizes this change. This work is a collaboration between the Hamer […]

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Pipeline Restoration Day: Considerations for Effective Site Restoration

Tuesday, May 16, 2017; Tioga County Visitors Bureau, Wellsboro PA This program is geared for agency, industry, environmental consultants, organizational & hunting club managers who oversee midstream land restoration projects. Ph. D. candidate Lacey Goldberg will present design recommendations for shale gas and pipeline development and aspects of her research in scenic conservation, and also discuss […]

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Community Perceptions of Local Foods Monograph

The Community Perceptions of Local Foods Monograph is now in print and available to view. Monograph PDF Abstract: Local food has become a common and loaded term in public discourse. To use the term local food effectively, researchers must better understand the public’s understanding and conceptualization of it. This study sought to better understand the […]

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