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'Summer of Science' begins June 1
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Charter School's "Grant County Summer of Science" program will begin June 1. This community wide program supports several organizations, schools, libraries and businesses...
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The Green Way: Is the Earth trying to tell us som...
Whittier oil and gas drilling site in the Whittier Hills show a large hole or well cellar with steel rebar sticking up. An orange excavator is parked near the site of the Whittier oil drilling site...
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Go outside and have fun - ROBINSON
Ever wonder how you can improve your life? More and more the solution seems to point to one very easy and obvious solution"¦ get outdoors more. Yes, mother was right. Her answer to every problem was:...
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Mid Hudson Sierra Club presents the Film “Green F...
WHAT: Mid Hudson Sierra Club presents the film “Green Fire” WHEN: May 21, 7 p.m. WHERE: Boughton Place, 150 Kisor Road (off Route 299) in Highland DETAILS: Ardent environmentalists and lovers of...
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East Texas River Bottom Conservationist is 2015 L...
AUSTIN -- A self-proclaimed “East Texas river rat” with Harvard undergraduate and medical degrees whose lifelong love of bottomland hardwood country ignited landscape conservation along the Trinity...
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San Diego Biologists Find New Populations Of Rare...
The Orcutt's Spineflower is not particularly impressive. The wiry plant grows low to the ground in sandy coastal soils. Much of its native habitat was wiped out by coastal development. It was widely...
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Our most memorable excursions often involve glimpses of wild creatures: "It was amazing, we crested the hill and the bear was as startled as we were." Or "The beaver was dragging a giant branch and...
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Kiwanis Club plans foster families picnic
SILVER CITY >> The Kiwanis Club of Silver City will host a BBQ dinner for foster children and their guardians and parents at 5 p.m. on Thursday at Penny Park. The annual BBQ is a tradition with the...
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Preserving nature in the Age of Humans
Can we take responsibility for an increasingly human-driven planet? Photo credit: ‘Witness to sunrise’, Muley Point, Utah, by Mark Klett Is the Earth now spinning through the “Age of Humans?” More...
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Engravings from Thoreau, local students set for b...
The words of everyone from Henry David Thoreau and Woody Creek author Joe Henry to Aspen Elementary students will soon be engraved onto boulders in the John Denver Sanctuary. On Monday, Steve Cronin,...
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The history of national parks: America's best eve...
We didn't come up with the idea, but Australia was quick to pilfer it. And thank God we did. More than mere recreational areas, national parks and protected wilderness are essential to the human...
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