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Featured Friday with Evan Plumridge

Hi everyone! Welcome back to my blog for Featured Friday! Today I am featuring one of my friends Evan. Evan is also an Environmental Systems Engineering major! 1,167 more words


Monarch Eggs Have Arrived!

Monarch eggs arrived last week! A six gallon fish tank with a screen lid is an enormous habitat for the speck sized ovo from Rose… 274 more words

It is hard to believe how many years ago that I was in Belize. What a life changing and wonderful experience. I was able to go to the Cockscomb Basin  Wildlife Preserve and to the coral reefs to help with research for Marshall University in the summer of 2009. 239 more words


Helical Piles Services and Solutions

Helical Piles Services and Solutions – Client kept confidential

by Stacey Maisch, April 2017

CLIENT offers residential and commercial services using helical piles to stabilize earth for foundation repairs, oil tank removal, new construction and other structural support applications. 1,450 more words

Home Improvement

Butterflies, Bees and More

My grandmother said she WAS a butterfly.  She wrote, spoke and thought in metaphor.

Butterflies could use our help.  Numerous factors are affecting populations of butterflies and bees.   245 more words

About Turn: Canada and Climate Change Policy (Talk)

Hear about the history of Canada’s efforts to address this crucial global problem of climate change and explore the challenges ahead. Canada is struggling to balance an economy highly dependent on natural resources with the increasingly urgent need to take action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

World Politics

Climate change causing birds to migrate early

Jake Slobe  January 11, 2017

Migrating birds are responding to the effects of climate change by arriving at their breeding grounds earlier as global temperatures rise, a new study has found. 262 more words