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  • Court Removes Manmade Barriers
    Court Removes Manmade Barriers A legal challenge in Washington state may require spending nearly $2 billion to restore salmon habitat by removing barriers that block fish migration. The Ninth U.S. Circuit Read more
  • Forests Shift West with Climate Change
    Forests Shift West with Climate Change The consequences of climate change are impacting plant species in unanticipated, but logical ways; for instance, conifers and other needle trees are moving northward because Read more
  • Wind Turbines Kill Winged Creatures
    Wind Turbines Kill Winged Creatures Wind turbines make for clean energy, but are dangerous to birds and bats. According to a study in the Wildlife Society Bulletin, approximately 573,000 birds and Read more
  • Columbus Day Renamed to Honor First Peoples
    Columbus Day Renamed to Honor First Peoples Many people feel that Christopher Columbus is partly responsible for the genocide of Native Americans, and bestowing him a day of celebration adds Read more
  • Save on Holiday Plane Tickets
    Save on Holiday Plane Tickets The easiest way to save money on airfare is by being flexible, because flying on certain days at certain times can be more affordable. Shopping among Read more
  • Decaying Autumn Leaves Feed Summer Gardens
    Decaying Autumn Leaves Feed Summer Gardens In many parts of the U.S., autumn brings fallen leaves, and the benefits of composting can be extended via leaf molding. “You get new leaves Read more
  • School Om Work
    School Om Work Kids Calm Themselves with Meditation by April Thompson Schoolchildren are learning the calming effect of tuning into their minds and bodies through a pioneering program in Baltimore, Maryland, that’s replacing Read more
  • Fermented Foods Revival
    Fermented Foods Revival Rediscover Probiotic-Rich Foods by Judith Fertig Colorful jars of fermented Korean kimchee, Indian chutney, German sauerkraut and bottles of kombucha line many grocery store shelves today. We’re in the midst Read more
  • On Moving from Looking to Seeing
    Nature Photographer Robert Llewellyn On Moving from Looking to Seeing by April Thompson For the past 40 years, Robert Llewellyn has photographed thousands of unique beauties—many of them trees, flowers, seeds and other Read more

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