Lisa Mills interviewed for A New Angle podcast on Elephant Friendly Tea
Mills Lab collaborator Lisa Mills was recently interviewed for "A new angle" podcast on her work with Elephant Friendly Tea. In this podcast, Lisa tells us about the little-known effects of conventional tea farming on severely endangered Asian elephants, and she provides a compelling win-win solution. The program she launched - Elephant Friendly Tea - is a fantastic example of the important collaborative, interdisciplinary work happening at the University of Montana. Housed at UM's Broader Impacts Group, the project brings together wildlife biologists, policy makers, economists and business leaders in an attempt to change culture, industry and the trajectory of this magnificent species. To listen to the podcast click here, and to learn more about the project visit www.elephantfriendlytea.com.