Stephen Polk, MA. Stephen has been active politically, socially, and ecologically for the last two decades. Based in the Denver Metro area, he received his MA from the University of Colorado Denver in Political Science. His Master’s thesis analyzed the political and practical dimensions of permaculture within Denver’s cooperative housing community, the community in which he has called home since 2004. Stephen has worked primarily on a community level addressing issues ranging from anti-oppression and truly affordable housing, to the construction of regenerative systems in communal settings. Stephen is an Assistant Professor in the BA Environmental Studies Program.
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