Phase 2

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Phase 2
Stewardship
Start Date: June 1, 2015 to August 31, 2015
Objective: To engage visitors of art project on the site with Biotopia as an interactive educational tool for increasing stewardship awareness.
Access: Wiki will be available for public viewing and contribution with a special emphasis on site visitors.
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If you have benefited in some way from viewing this wiki, from engaging with any works here or somewhere else in connection to this wiki, or you simply believe in the project's mission please consider supporting Biotopia with a monetary gift so that projects like these can keep being made. Visit Fractured Atlas to make a secure gift by clicking on the Fractured Atlas logo in this section just above. Fractured Atlas is a 501(c)(3) public charity. Contributions for the purposes of Photosynthesister Projects are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
Photosynthesister Projects is the entity of Karla Stingerstein, an artist and adjunct professor living in Philadelphia, PA. Biotope is made possible by Mary Mattingly’s WetLand. To learn more about WetLand please visit www.wet-land.org. Thank you also to Fractured Atlas for fiscal sponsorship and to Top Level Design (operator of Wiki.Wiki) for hosting Biotopia.wiki.