I remain a professor at the Bloustein School of Planning and cheap glucophage pills Public Policy, Rutgers University. Every fall my wife Deborah, a geographer at the College of Staten Island/City University of New York, and I teach a course on synthroid for sale land-use planning at the Environmental Studies Program at Princeton University. We were in South Dakota in June filming a forthcoming documentary tentatively titled “Buffalo Commons: Return of the fedex overnight viagra Buffalo.” We continue our Buffalo Commons work on the land-use future of the Great Plains and are expanding our approach to other depopulating places such as the Lower Mississippi Delta; Buffalo, New York; and comparable regions and cities abroad. I was interviewed twice on National Public Radio this summer, and in August a front-page story on our Buffalo Commons work appeared in USA Today.
Member News: Frank Popper
November 2nd, 2007 · No Comments
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