Nature Up North Moves to Drupal 8

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people walking across a field in autumn

From Nature Up North's Family Weekend Hike to Lampson Falls (Clare, NY).

October 17, 2018

The LIT Digital Scholarship Group (DSG) has partnered with Nature Up North to move their web platform from Drupal 7 to Drupal 8. Moemedi Wazza Rakhudu '19 joined the team in support of the project and built a prototype for the citizen science project Monitor My Maple.

In addition, members of the DSG have been working on a set of new features to help support Nature Up North's vision to, "use technology to encourage and enhance outdoor experiential learning. In a world increasingly dominated by technology and defined by a growing sense of apathy toward the natural world, Nature Up North seeks to build an environmental community in northern New York using the technological tools with which people are most familiar. "

About Nature Up North

Nature Up North is a community-based organization based at St. Lawrence University whose mission is to foster a deeper sense of appreciation for, and connection to, the North Country environment and in doing so to create a bioregionally literate community that is committed to protecting the wild things and wild places that define this place we call home. details...

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October 17, 2018

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