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Photo District News covers Conservation Journal Exhibit

http://potd.pdnonline.com/2014/01/25481

“Conservation Journal: Photographs by Jason Houston” is currently on view at Fovea Exhibitions in Beacon, New York, through April 6, 2014. “‘Conservation Journal’ explores the complex dynamics at the intersections of nature and culture,” Fovea said in a statement. “Understanding where people live can help inform how we approach environmental conservation work around the world.” Houston, based in Colorado, is a fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to create educational and informative content to help protect the environment.

 

“Conservation Journal: Photographs by Jason Houston” is currently on view at Fovea Exhibitions in Beacon, New York, through April 6, 2014. “‘Conservation Journal’ explores the complex dynamics at the intersections of nature and culture,” Fovea said in a statement. “Understanding where people live can help inform how we approach environmental conservation work around the world.” Houston, based in Colorado, is a fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to create educational and informative content to help protect the environment.

- See more at: http://potd.pdnonline.com/2014/01/25481#sthash.pNfwQuIp.dpuf

“Conservation Journal: Photographs by Jason Houston” is currently on view at Fovea Exhibitions in Beacon, New York, through April 6, 2014. “‘Conservation Journal’ explores the complex dynamics at the intersections of nature and culture,” Fovea said in a statement. “Understanding where people live can help inform how we approach environmental conservation work around the world.” Houston, based in Colorado, is a fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to create educational and informative content to help protect the environment.

- See more at: http://potd.pdnonline.com/2014/01/25481#sthash.pNfwQuIp.dpuf

“Conservation Journal: Photographs by Jason Houston” is currently on view at Fovea Exhibitions in Beacon, New York, through April 6, 2014. “‘Conservation Journal’ explores the complex dynamics at the intersections of nature and culture,” Fovea said in a statement. “Understanding where people live can help inform how we approach environmental conservation work around the world.” Houston, based in Colorado, is a fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to create educational and informative content to help protect the environment.

- See more at: http://potd.pdnonline.com/2014/01/25481#sthash.pNfwQuIp.dpuf

“Conservation Journal: Photographs by Jason Houston” is currently on view at Fovea Exhibitions in Beacon, New York, through April 6, 2014. “‘Conservation Journal’ explores the complex dynamics at the intersections of nature and culture,” Fovea said in a statement. “Understanding where people live can help inform how we approach environmental conservation work around the world.” Houston, based in Colorado, is a fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to create educational and informative content to help protect the environment.

- See more at: http://potd.pdnonline.com/2014/01/25481#sthash.pNfwQuIp.dpuf

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