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2014/11/24 21:41
2014/11/24 21:41
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While much of America waits to see how well Toledo fares against future algae threats, many of the nation’s lawyers, politicians, and lobbyists are haggling over a highly controversial wetlands rule...
2014/11/24 21:41
2014/11/24 21:41
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2014/11/22 02:18
2014/11/22 02:18
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Hunters and anglers measure success in a variety of ways. Sometimes it's the catch, sometimes simply the experience. In western Colorado this week, success was measured by compromise. "The Roan, with...
2014/11/21 22:00
2014/11/21 22:00
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Terry Brockbank at his home on Midway Road. Terry Brockbank left the United Kingdom for the United States in 1968. Forty-six years later, when he says the word, “theater,” as he often does, his...
2014/11/21 16:14
2014/11/21 16:14
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The advice isn’t so much for your health as it is for smaller critters and your landscape. The report from the National Wildlife Federation says, “the leaf layer is its own mini ecosystem. The "What...
2014/11/21 15:48
2014/11/21 15:48
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The advice isn’t so much for your health as it is for smaller critters and your landscape. The report from the National Wildlife Federation says, “the leaf layer is its own mini ecosystem. The "What...
2014/11/21 03:43
2014/11/21 03:43
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This time of year people around the Heartland are likely carrying away tarps full of leaves, however, some experts are urging people to leave the leaves where they fall. The National Wildlife...
2014/11/21 01:54
2014/11/21 01:54
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SEATTLE, Wash. (KING)-- Here's an excuse to use the next time someone asks you to rake the leaves: Science. The National Wildlife Federation is encouraging people to leave the leaves. On its...
2014/11/20 20:16
2014/11/20 20:16
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... Your honey-do list just got one item shorter, and you can tell your spouse he or she can't argue it—because scientists say so. Washington state's KING picks up some fresh advice offered by the...
2014/11/18 19:03
2014/11/18 19:03
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STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- A Staten Island science teacher will be honored this evening for her years of volunteer work in preserving an East Shore natural park. Patricia Lockhart, a teacher at PS 57 in...
2014/11/18 16:06
2014/11/18 16:06
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Even if Mary Landrieu is able to win passage of her Senate bill tonight to approve the Keystone XL oil pipeline, analysts said it may not be enough to affect the outcome of her re-election...
2014/11/16 03:07
2014/11/16 03:07
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Pennsylvania sportsmen urge protection of wetlands Pennsylvania’s hunters and anglers want the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to take action to better protect America’s streams and...
2014/11/13 05:44
2014/11/13 05:44
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By Barbara Coulter The drought has been a source of news headlines, but no one is covering the devastation of our wildlife. Francis Mangels, retired (35 years) USDA wildlife biologist and scientist,...
2014/11/12 20:14
2014/11/12 20:14
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MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. - Conservation and tribal groups filed a lawsuit today against the U.S. State Department’s secretive approval of a plan to allow Canadian oil giant Enbridge to nearly double the...
2014/11/12 19:20
2014/11/12 19:20
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DENVER — Fish and Wildlife Service officials announced Wednesday the granting of endangered-species protection to the Gunnison sage grouse, a move that could chill oil and gas drilling and other...
2014/11/10 00:50
2014/11/10 00:50
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Southern forests are drawing uncounted millions of dollars in foreign spending to help utilities overseas meet carbon-emission rules that this country is still debating as tools to limit climate...
2014/11/07 22:57
2014/11/07 22:57
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The average number of severe weather events that occur in a year is proven to be affected by climate change. Climate change has become a controversial and political issue in the United States and...
2014/11/07 21:51
2014/11/07 21:51
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Thousands of city dwellers and suburbanites in South Florida are having a wild time. In fact, they'recertifiable. And they're proud of it. What could be cooler, they say, than having your backyard...
2014/11/06 00:08
2014/11/06 00:08
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Ask a vegetarian why he or she doesn't eat meat and you'll get a variety of answers: Beef is bad for your health. Cattle are a major contributor to global warming. It's wrong to kill animals. Beef...
2014/11/02 13:11
2014/11/02 13:11
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Heidi Grix to president, Children's Leukemia Foundation of Michigan, Troy, from executive director, Arbor Hospice Foundation, Ann Arbor. Shivangee Pandya to director of services for Lawyers for the...
2014/10/30 14:27
2014/10/30 14:27
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David Mizejewski of the National Wildlife Federation has good news—a zombie apocalypse is next to impossible. According to his article "Zombies vs. animals? The living dead wouldn't stand a chance,"...
2014/11/24 21:41
2014/11/24 21:41
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