The Applied Population Lab provides information solutions through a unique set of skills that unites applied demography, health geography, spatial analysis, information systems, planning, and community development.
Contact Randy Stoecker for more information!
The Soil Health & Agroecological Living Lab (SHALL) is committed to examining social dynamics that contribute to more healthy agroecosystems in Wisconsin and beyond. Our work sits at the intersection of ecological and human well-being. Topics of interest include agroecological systems, social links between human health and agroecological health, the cultivation of environmental knowledge, and perceptions of and connections with the natural environment.
Contact Mike Bell for more information!