May 22, 2015


The Green Page

Environmental enclave

Scientist's rural property gives her peace and solace

University of Winnipeg aquatic toxicologist and professor of biology Eva Pip is up to her ears in flowering dill plants at her home near Beausejour. The outspoken environmentalist is passionate about nature.

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University of Winnipeg aquatic toxicologist and professor of biology Eva Pip is up to her ears in flowering dill plants at her home near Beausejour. The outspoken environmentalist is passionate about nature. Photo Store

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