Interview with ecologist Dr Joanna Nelson about her climate-action work at the land-sea edge, Indigenous land trust collaborations, and her conservation efforts

Dr. Joanna Nelson (Photographer: Cindi Stephan of Two Irises photography)
Busy in fieldwork: Nelson on a prescribed burn (Photographer: Sarinah Simons)
Fieldwork (Photographer: Sarinah Simons)

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