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Peter Schlecht Bio
12017-03-10T15:58:23-08:00Peter Schlecht2441719102f09752aa985bfb9207852aab49f5f7153468plain2017-03-30T13:41:25-07:00Peter Schlecht2441719102f09752aa985bfb9207852aab49f5f7I am an undergraduate at Hamline University studying environmental studies with a concentration in digital media arts. I was raised mostly in Northfield, MN where I spent a lot of time around agriculture and was involved in community sustainability projects. I am interested mostly in alternative agriculture technologies, specifically those that create a looped system that minimizes inputs and waste (hydroponics, aeroponics, etc...). I am also interested in art that itself creates a looped system and can help inspire others to notice how much they can reuse in their own lives (for a "potent" example, see Brad Troemel's "Self-Cleaning Urinal and Water Fountain"). In my spare time I enjoy listening to and playing music with friends, hardcore relaxation, eating well, and producing poetry and comedy.