David Buckley Borden MLA ’11 is a 2016/2017 Charles Bullard Fellow in Forest Research at the Harvard Forest where he explores the question, “How can art and design foster cultural cohesion around environmental issues and help inform ecology-minded decision making?” Over the course of the year, Borden is creating a variety of art and design driven science-communication projects with ongoing research initiatives and contributing to the Harvard community through applied creativity, workshops, talks, and exhibitions at the Harvard Forest and beyond. Borden’s Fellowship program employs a model of stewardship that merges aesthetics, environmental awareness, and communication media. Learn more about his work as a Charles Bullard Fellow here.
Borden and his work at the Harvard Forest are featured in a recent Harvard Gazette article, “Creative path through Harvard Forest: Bullard Fellow brings passion for conservation to his work.”
Photo by Rose Lincoln/Harvard Staff Photographer, courtesy of the Harvard Gazette.