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First Exposures students learn ancient tintype photography technique.

First Exposures Students and Mentors Create Tintype Images at Pop-Up Workshop in San Francisco

San Francisco photographers Kari Orvik and Dave Elfving created a pop-up tintype studio sponsored by The Baum Foundation at SF Camerawork on July 9th for students and mentors of First Exposures. The San Francisco based youth mentoring program developed images 

Green Forests Work Announced Over 239,000 Trees Planted in 2016 Across Appalachia

Green Forests Work Announced Over 239,000 Trees Planted in 2016 Across Appalachia

Green Forests Works (GFW) announced an impressive 42 reforestation projects from their 2015 efforts that included; 239,720 trees planted, over 386 acres, 210 partners, and 2,140 volunteers. The 2016 planting season recently concluded in late May with significant strides in 

Dr. David Guggenheim of Ocean Doctor will join National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration representatives to discuss marine conversation

Cuba and USA Share Innovative Initiative on Marine Conservation in Havana on July 6th

In a formal statement from the US State Department, Cuba and the United States plan to hold their first meeting after the 2015 signing of a memorandum of understanding for the conservation of marine protected areas. In this meeting, experts 

Suné Woods, 2016 Baum Award Winner For An Emerging American Photographer, Featured in San Francisco Arts Quarterly

Suné Woods’ Featured in San Francisco Arts Quarterly About Her Solo Show at SF Camerawork

On June 27, 2016 Suné Woods was featured in the San Francisco Arts Quarterly, A Felling Like Chaos: in a review, by Lani Asher.  “Using photo collage and a multi-channel video installation—flexible mediums that respond to and traverse the boundaries 

Dr. Phanor H Montoya-Maya discusses the effectiveness of a large-scale coral restoration project in the Seychelles

A 2016 Reef Resilience Webinar; Reef Rescuers – Coral Gardening – Marine Protected Area Management Tool is Now Available

A Baum Foundation supported project developed by The Nature Conservancy has released its Reef Resilience webinar on Reef Rescuers – Coral Gardening as an MPA Management Tool for viewing on YouTube. In the webinar, Dr. Phanor H. Montoya-Maya discusses the 

The 5 Gyres Institute announces plans for 17th research expedition in 2016

5 Gyres Institute Announced Plans for its 17th Research Expedition 2016

The 5 Gyres Institute will embark on its 17th research expedition in August 2016 to a remote region of Artic waters along the Northwest Passage to conduct research and engage more community leaders globally about plastic marine pollution.  The 5 

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Baum Supported Channel Islands Workshop

On April 26th and 27th, The Baum Foundation supported Marine Applied Research and Exploration (MARE) to host a workshop about Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) that convened scientists, ocean managers, and other experts involved in underwater research in the Channel Islands. 

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Storytellers Lecture Series with Baum Award Winner Suné Woods

2016 Baum Award recipient Suné Woods will be a featured panelist at SF Camerawork on Tuesday, May 24, 2016. The Storytellers Lecture Series is the second in a series of lectures curated by Pulitzer Prize winning photographer and editorial director for ViewFind Judy Walgren, 

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Suné Woods, 2016 Baum Award Winner’s Exhibition Opens May 5th at SF Camerawork

The Baum Foundation along with SF Camerawork was pleased to announce in March 2016 that Suné Woods is the recipient of the 2016 Baum Award for an Emerging American Photographer. The award, which was a project established out of the 

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