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Precision Ag Tech Helps California Farmers Grow More With Less Water

Will Gerry might look the part of a fourth-generation farmer — dirty denim jeans, shirt sleeves rolled up and a gray beard that wraps from brim to brim on his leather hat. 29 more words


Do You Remember? - A Tuesday List of Ten

Technology moves so fast that things that were commonplace just a short time ago have disappeared from current culture. Or if they have not disappeared completely their popularity and use has either declined or changed dramatically. 905 more words

Tuesday List Of Ten

General practitioners’ knowledge, practices, and obstacles in the diagnosis and management of dementia

Aging & Mental Health: Volume 19, Issue 10, 2015

Objectives: To identify general practitioners’ (GPs) knowledge, practices, and obstacles with regard to the diagnosis and management of dementia.

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Vol.1 No.7 (July 2015)

Paddling in the Minesing Wetlands

The most popular (and easiest) trip is to launch at the Willow Creek Canoe Corral on George Johnston Road and exit at Edenvale Conservation Area (Hwy 26).  354 more words

Minesing Wetlands

Releasing adventure mapping software

At Green Elk, we’re dedicated to finding suitable co-elks for you. A co-elk is somebody you go out to explore and enjoy the great outdoors with. 466 more words


Teens Map Environmental Health of Their Community (Sea Islands, South Carolina)

By Guest Blogger: Derek Toth – Communities in Schools Charleston

The Teen Health Leadership Program (THLP) is in their eight year of existence at St. John’s High School on Johns Island. 496 more words

Data Collection

Multisport GPS watches

After my recent musings on a bike GPS computer, I kept looking around at various options out there, and am now starting to contemplate the question, “Would it be better to have two, dedicated sport, GPS devices, or would a more expensive multisport device be the better choice?” Before I ramble for a bit, the tl;dr is that I don’t have a solid answer yet. 689 more words