Roslynn Brain, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor, Sustainable Communities Extension Specialist in the Department of Environment and Society, College of Natural Resources at Utah State University. She uses conservation theory, communication techniques, and social marketing tools to foster environmental behaviors. Roslynn developed and launched Extension Sustainability, a set of tools and information for the general public to engage in sustainable behaviors. She also teaches an undergraduate course entitled Communicating Sustainability, coordinates a statewide program to connect farmers with restaurants called Utah Farm-Chef-Fork, facilitates and teaches permaculture workshops for adults, and she designed and co-teaches sustainability camps for kids in Utah.

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Cache Valley has an air pollution problem. Nestled in the northernmost extension of the Wasatch Mountain range, the beautiful 50-mile agricultural valley of approximately 125,000 residents straddles the Utah-Idaho border, and is home to Utah State University (USU) in Logan. Flanked by the Bear River Mountains to the east and the majestic …

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