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At Humboldt, you'll explore new ideas while learning more about yourself. Your professors will know you by name, and your education will go beyond the classroom with original research and real-world projects. You'll be part of a campus known for its longstanding commitment to social and environmental responsibility. And when you graduate, you'll have more than just a degree – you'll have the skills to go far in life and make your community better.

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The SAFE symposium also included a workshop on Mobile Renewable Backup Generation—a transportable generator that stores energy generated by solar panels—and tours of the Blue Lake Rancheria’s two microgrids.

Symposium Highlights Clean Air, Energy, and Fire in Rural and Tribal Communities

via Humboldt NOW

While Californians face increased fire risk, air pollution, and aging energy infrastructure, Tribal and rural communities remain especially vulnerable. The SAFE project—Smoke, Air, Fire, Energy—is a collaboration between Tribes and Schatz Energy Research Center to develop solutions to these challenges.

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