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Clay Arango

Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies, Central Washington University in Ellensburg United States

Raised in a military family, Clay Arango has called many places home including Kentucky, Pennsylvania, New York, Kansas, Nebraska, Germany, and California. He moved to Ellensburg while in high school and quickly fell in love with the mountains and streams of the central Cascades. His love of this region led him on an academic journey to become a stream ecologist, whereupon he immediately moved back to Ellensburg to work at Central Washington University. Today, Clay is a biology and environmental studies professor who studies how forest insects affect stream ecosystems.

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A House is Made of Brick and Stone...

BY CLAY ARANGO
@ VOL 10 ON AUG 25, 2017

An old saying on a family trivet gives Clay Arango a framework to explore the idea of home using his personal experiences as a military brat and his professional experiences as an environmental scientist and educator.  
 
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PAST VOL 10

Ellensburg @ Gallery One Visual Arts Center
Aug 25, 2017