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From the Ground Up

February 10, 2013
Pilot Bob Keller. J Henry Fair

It’s amazing what you can see with a little perspective, like from 4,500 feet in the air.

That’s the kind of altitude that pilot Bob Keller climbs to on the flights he takes with Open Space Institute staff, both to monitor already-protected lands and to survey new sites for potential conservation projects.

Open Space Institute's From the Ground Up talks about what it's like to fly high above the land to learn about the people who make conservation happen on the ground.

Read the full story here.