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Nile Day Action 2018

Today marks exactly a year since I first engaged youths on the importance of protecting the Nile basin. For the success of this, cooperation was identified as a key ingredient in the utilization of Nile waters. 418 more words

Environmental Sustainability

The Coming Global Forest Regrowth

Guest essay by Steve Goreham

Last month, Pope Francis visited Peru and spoke about preserving the biodiversity of the Amazon rain forest. For decades, environmental groups have lamented the shrinking of world forests. 571 more words


What's in the Woods Today? Feb. 21, 2018

Owls and Berries

by Area Forester Lisa Deaton

Last week began with finding an owl pellet in my yard.  Lately I have been hearing the call of… 174 more words


Serengeti National Park!

After a torrential rainstorm the night before, the weather turned beautiful as we entered The Serengeti National Park and were greeted by a Marabou stork. Marabou stork doing a Bernie Sanders imitation.

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Ngorongoro Crater...

The Ngorongoro Crater is the world’s largest caldera, the remnant of a volcano the size of Mount Kilimanjaro. It is 14 miles wide and its rim is some 7500 feet above sea level.

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Forests Not Yet Explored

Thanks to Wonderful You‘s post on Instagram, I heard it was #LoveYourPetDay . So that makes it the perfect opportunity to write about my favourite chocolate beat right? 438 more words


Oregon’s forests unmatched in power to store carbon

Readers not already exhausted by their frustrating daily efforts to separate meaningful information from “fake news” might take a moment to ponder why it is that what might be the best news ever about Oregon’s economy is being kept secret from the 2018 Legislature. 43 more words

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