It's the middle of winter in Minnesota and with fewer opportunities to be outside for woodpecker viewing, what better activity than to read a recently published article about art and science at Cedar Creek? Writer Kristi Quillen gives us a wonderful glimpse into Cedar Creek's Artist in Residence program, particularly how participating artists are using art to make important connections with researchers and members of the broader community—both to humanize science and make it more tangible in our daily lives. Click on the image below to read Kristi's article, which was published by Terrain.org, an independent, online journal. We hope you enjoy it!
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