Brad Baldwin is an ecologist who is better appreciating how food production and diet shape our interactions with the natural worls. As a marine biologist, he fell in love with the lakes and rivers of the North Country. He began studying these freshwaters in 1995, and continues this work with the help of students from SLU. He has studied bog animals, adding to his knowledge of, and decades of working on, the topic of regional lakes and rivers. When possible, he vows to continue doing research on coral reefs, where he first fell in love with field biology and conservation work. Brad has been teaching at SLU since 1995. He has observed, caught, farmed, and eaten many seafood organisms and he plans to farm fish and veggies together over the next several years.
Fall 2018 - Our Carnivorous Ways [F-18-47]
Spring 2017 - Fertilizing the Oceans to Save the Planet [S-17-25]
Fall 2015 - Quaking Bogs: Life at the Extremes [F-15-42]
Fall 2013 - The Health of North Country Lakes [F-13-20]
Fall 2012 - Seafoods: Choosing the Right Ones [F-12-47]