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So Much Salt

The first snowfall of the season is on its way tomorrow, and I’m already seeing the mountains of salt in parking lots and by the sides of roads. 495 more words


Cleaner Air: How Agriculture Machinery is Cleaner Than Ever Before

Since the beginning of human sustainability, agriculture has been using machinery of all different types from hand tools to the modern machinery we have today. But over the last 100 years, agriculture equipment has gotten bigger, more powerful, and requires more fuel for farmers to be efficient in everyday life. 561 more words


Introducing Our Alumni Ambassador Program: An Exciting New Chapter for the MCC!

The Maine Conservation Corps has been a stepping stone to many fascinating careers, and our Alumni work in just about any field one could imagine, conservation related and otherwise. 818 more words

Why scientists are teaming up with tribal elders to conserve species

It was a common sight near 60-year-old Nanjan Ginbantan’s village, Anaikatty, which borders the Mudumalai Tiger Reserve near Masinagudi in Tamil Nadu. “Forty years ago, there were at least 500 to 1,000 vultures here. 154 more words


Lao, la lontra di Scalea

Si chiama Lao, la lontra eurasiatica di tre mesi stata trovata mentre vagava in un area urbana lungo il fiume Lao a Scalea (Calabria).

Passata dalle mani esperte dello staff del CRAS di Policoro, ora si trova a Caramanico. 56 more words


Bertie Journal: Barnacles

February 23, 2018

The swell rocks us all night long, and although BERTIE is comfortable and solid, the motion is just a little bit too strong to allow for a good night’s sleep. 1,814 more words

National Geographic: Symphony for Our World 2019

National Geographic and Jason Michael Paul Entertainment, Inc., today announced an all-new tour for National Geographic: Symphony for Our World, which will visit more than 20 U.S. 533 more words