Jared Del Rosso is an associate professor in the Department of Sociology and Criminology at the University of Denver. Among many other things, he teaches courses on urban wildlife. He is an avid birder, a volunteer with the High Line Canal Conservancy, and a semi-professional woolgatherer.
The Center's campus is a workspace for Chicago-based staff, a retreat center for the Center's gatherings of thought-leaders, a laboratory in which to practice land-relationship ideas shared by Center contributors, and (one day soon) a welcoming space for periodic public events.
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