Partnering with business to innovate

Image 1of/2 Caption Close Image 1 of 2 Sonoma State University manages 4,200 acres across three Northern California retreats where students can learn outside the classroom. Sonoma State University manages 4,200 acres across three Northern California retreats where students can learn outside the classroom. Image 2 of 2 Somona State University students work at Fairfield Osborn Preserve at the top of Sonoma Mountain as part of the school’s Center for Environmental Inquiry. The initiative allows students to get real-world experience at the preserves and then partner with companies and agencies to help them solve environmental issues. Somona State University students work at Fairfield Osborn Preserve at the top of Sonoma Mountain as part of the school’s Center for Environmental Inquiry. The initiative allows students to get real-world … more Partnering…


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