• W.K. Kellogg Endowed Chair in Sustainable Environmental and Food Systems
  • Director of Sustainability Studies Program 
  • Professor Emeritus of Biology at the University of New Mexico
  • Specializes in landscape ecology, fractal geometry and scaling in complex systems
  • Recognized by The International Association for Landscape Ecology for the best paper published in the field in 1992 and again in 2006 as Distinguished Landscape Ecologist 
  • Founded the Sustainability Studies Program at The University of New Mexico since 2007
  • Milne and his students have contributed to writing campus Policy 2100 Sustainability, the Campus Carbon-neutral Plan
  • With faculty from four colleges Dr. Milne leads a USDA-sponsored “Collaborative for Foodshed Development” to support Hispanic and other minority students seeking professional careers in sustainable environmental and food systems.

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