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FOX 4 Kansas City
Endangered Missouri falcons hatch in two KC area nests, public can watch them grow onlineKANSAS CITY, Mo. — Two nests of newly hatched Peregrine falcons are online for
Endangered Missouri falcons hatch in two KC area nests, public can watch them grow online
FOX 4 Kansas City / Posted 20 hours ago
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Two nests of newly hatched Peregrine falcons are online for the public to watch. The Missouri Department of Conservation says that four baby falcons hatched in each nest on Thursday; one at at the American Century Investments... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
ANN LOVEJOY | When the woodpecker just won’t quitindicate an insect infestation. If so, borate rods (sold as Impel) can be inser
ANN LOVEJOY | When the woodpecker just won’t quit
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 2 days ago
indicate an insect infestation. If so, borate rods (sold as Impel) can be inserted into infested wood, spreading a natural pesticide in damp weather. Once the pests are gone, seal any holes with caulk or epoxy to make them less attractive to other... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
ANN LOVEJOY | Five myths of sustainabilityYears ago, I met an ardent pair of landscapers with a big dream. Sickened by es
ANN LOVEJOY | Five myths of sustainability
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 2 days ago
Years ago, I met an ardent pair of landscapers with a big dream. Sickened by escalating pesticide use, Ladd Smith and Mark Gile wanted to change the landscaping ethos. They dreamed of creating a harmonious, earth-friendly program that would result in... Read more
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The St. Augustine Record
Smooth Sailin': A snake in the grass not always a bad thingI awoke early this morning to see a snake in the grass. I sipped my coffee and
Smooth Sailin': A snake in the grass not always a bad thing
The St. Augustine Record / Posted 5 days ago
I awoke early this morning to see a snake in the grass. I sipped my coffee and watched him from the safety of my porch. He slithered up onto a wooden walkway in my backyard and began to bask in the early morning sunlight. It didn’t take long for the... Read more
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asianage
Big economic data to move marketMNCs who are leading players in their respective industries. The company also p
Big economic data to move market
asianage / Posted 5 days ago
MNCs who are leading players in their respective industries. The company also produces a broad spectrum of commonly used pesticides for crop and non crop applications. Its subsidiary Megh-mani Finechem has commenced commercial production of... Read more
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NBC News
Monarch Butterflies Face 'Quasi-Extinction' — But Hope Is on the Wingprospect of increasing," Dr. Orley "Chip" Taylor, a co-author of the study and
Monarch Butterflies Face 'Quasi-Extinction' — But Hope Is on the Wing
NBC News / Posted 9 days ago
prospect of increasing," Dr. Orley "Chip" Taylor, a co-author of the study and director of the nonprofit group Monarch Watch, told NBC News. The study looked at variations in monarch populations, starting in 1993, and analyzed what the chances... Read more
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The Star
Pollution from catfish farm almost causes water crisis in MalaccaMalacca drought of 1991,” he said. The latest pollution was the se­cond case i
Pollution from catfish farm almost causes water crisis in Malacca
The Star / Posted 9 days ago
Malacca drought of 1991,” he said. The latest pollution was the se­cond case in the state in months. In August, a spate of pesticide spills resulting from uncontrolled agricultural activities around the Durian Tunggal Dam was blamed for... Read more
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Slate
Hillary's Win in New York, The Obstacles to Organic Weed, and the Tubman $20to the production of “clean weed,” writes Rachel E. Gross. “Even as states try
Hillary's Win in New York, The Obstacles to Organic Weed, and the Tubman $20
Slate / Posted 9 days ago
to the production of “clean weed,” writes Rachel E. Gross. “Even as states try to gather data and establish safe levels [of pesticide use],” Gross finds, “they’re being thwarted by the fact that the federal government has to keep pretending that the... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Author's Page for Mark Crispin Millerfood producers, and a drastic blow against small farms.Sunday, March 28, 2010(2
Author's Page for Mark Crispin Miller
Op-Ed News / Posted 11 days ago
food producers, and a drastic blow against small farms.Sunday, March 28, 2010(2 comments) Whoopee! President appoints a pesticide lobbyist! If that's the move Obama makes when he "end-runs GOP obstruction,"what's to cheer about (unless, as in... Read more
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The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register
The Eagle Has Landed at Bethesda Reserviorlast week. Samantha Burkhead is excited about seeing an eagle, especially in B
The Eagle Has Landed at Bethesda Reservior
The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register / Posted 12 days ago
last week. Samantha Burkhead is excited about seeing an eagle, especially in Bethesda, but she said the best part was watching her 5-year-old daughter, particularly after a standoff between the eagle and some crows. "She was just thrilled,"... Read more
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The Times Leader
The Bald Eagle has landed in Bethesdafiscal officer. Samantha Burkhead is excited about seeing an eagle, especially
The Bald Eagle has landed in Bethesda
The Times Leader / Posted 12 days ago
fiscal officer. Samantha Burkhead is excited about seeing an eagle, especially in Bethesda, but she said the best part was watching her 5-year-old daughter, particularly after a standoff between the eagle and some crows. "She was just thrilled,"... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sai
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?
Brisbane Times / Posted 22 days ago
for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sailed by, and they're dying under our watch and they're not coming back in anyone's lifetime." Bleaching does not necessarily lead to death. If water temperatures... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sai
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 22 days ago
for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sailed by, and they're dying under our watch and they're not coming back in anyone's lifetime." Bleaching does not necessarily lead to death. If water temperatures... Read more
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The Courier
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sai
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?
The Courier / Posted 22 days ago
for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sailed by, and they're dying under our watch and they're not coming back in anyone's lifetime." Bleaching does not necessarily lead to death. If water temperatures... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sai
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 22 days ago
for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sailed by, and they're dying under our watch and they're not coming back in anyone's lifetime." Bleaching does not necessarily lead to death. If water temperatures... Read more
30 related stories
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The Young Witness
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sai
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?
The Young Witness / Posted 22 days ago
for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sailed by, and they're dying under our watch and they're not coming back in anyone's lifetime." Bleaching does not necessarily lead to death. If water temperatures... Read more
30 related stories
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Western Advocate
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sai
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?
Western Advocate / Posted 22 days ago
for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sailed by, and they're dying under our watch and they're not coming back in anyone's lifetime." Bleaching does not necessarily lead to death. If water temperatures... Read more
30 related stories
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Kiama Independent
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sai
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?
Kiama Independent / Posted 22 days ago
for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sailed by, and they're dying under our watch and they're not coming back in anyone's lifetime." Bleaching does not necessarily lead to death. If water temperatures... Read more
30 related stories
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Manning River Times
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sai
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?
Manning River Times / Posted 22 days ago
for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sailed by, and they're dying under our watch and they're not coming back in anyone's lifetime." Bleaching does not necessarily lead to death. If water temperatures... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sai
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 22 days ago
for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sailed by, and they're dying under our watch and they're not coming back in anyone's lifetime." Bleaching does not necessarily lead to death. If water temperatures... Read more
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The North West Star
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sai
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?
The North West Star / Posted 22 days ago
for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sailed by, and they're dying under our watch and they're not coming back in anyone's lifetime." Bleaching does not necessarily lead to death. If water temperatures... Read more
30 related stories
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Daily Liberal
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sai
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?
Daily Liberal / Posted 22 days ago
for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sailed by, and they're dying under our watch and they're not coming back in anyone's lifetime." Bleaching does not necessarily lead to death. If water temperatures... Read more
30 related stories
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The Age
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sai
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?
The Age / Posted 22 days ago
for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sailed by, and they're dying under our watch and they're not coming back in anyone's lifetime." Bleaching does not necessarily lead to death. If water temperatures... Read more
30 related stories
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The Border Mail
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sai
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?
The Border Mail / Posted 22 days ago
for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sailed by, and they're dying under our watch and they're not coming back in anyone's lifetime." Bleaching does not necessarily lead to death. If water temperatures... Read more
30 related stories
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Sydney Morning Herald
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sai
Is this the end of the Great Barrier Reef?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 22 days ago
for me," Marshall says. "There are corals that were here when Captain Cook sailed by, and they're dying under our watch and they're not coming back in anyone's lifetime." Bleaching does not necessarily lead to death. If water temperatures... Read more
30 related stories
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The Berkeley Daily Planet
Obama Apologizes to Argentina: Now It's Time to Apologize to Cuba. Categoryby your own people—that can be divisive and frustrating, but it is essential to
Obama Apologizes to Argentina: Now It's Time to Apologize to Cuba. Category
The Berkeley Daily Planet / Posted 27 days ago
by your own people—that can be divisive and frustrating, but it is essential to moving forward." [Note:You can read and watch of video of the complete speech at the end of this article.] Obama concluded his remarks by pledging to take action.... Read more
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The Star
Wet weather, dry tapsthe bauxite pollution issue in Kuantan, analysing the water there for heavy met
Wet weather, dry taps
The Star / Posted 27 days ago
the bauxite pollution issue in Kuantan, analysing the water there for heavy metals. She also investigated the occurrence of pesticide residues in Cameron Highlands in 2014. We must ensure that our rivers are clean and pristine from one end right... Read more
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Tucson Weekly
The Reason for Flowers, Jan. 8 Memorial Efforts and the Supercolliderand Channel 58 on DirecTV, Dish and broadcast. You can also hear it at 5 p.m. S
The Reason for Flowers, Jan. 8 Memorial Efforts and the Supercollider
Tucson Weekly / Posted 28 days ago
and Channel 58 on DirecTV, Dish and broadcast. You can also hear it at 5 p.m. Sunday on community radio KXCI, 91.3 FM. Or watch it online above. Here's a rush transcript of the show: (Nintzel) Hello, everyone. I'm Tucson Weekly's senior writer... Read more

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