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Charcoal Drawing/Landscape

The only copy I saved was from my Instagram. I usually do a charcoal drawing at night. landscape or figure drawing, just to relax. This way I don’t feel the pressure of painting for others.

The Huron River

This summertime photograph was taken roughly 5 miles west of Ann Arbor, Michigan, and features a bend in the Huron River. If you’re interesting in displaying scenery of nature on the walls of your home or at the office, then stop by… 16 more words

Photography

Sector V Cityscape

Cityscape of Sector V, Salt Lake City overlooking the Wetlands.  CC soumyadipto

Cityscapes

Wetland banks make good business sense, sometimes -- Opinion

There are pluses and minuses to wetland mitigation banks. Taking farmland out of production to create wetlands makes no sense unless it is chronically flooded and cannot be economically used for agriculture. 71 more words

Opinion

Oysters for Coastal Restoration

More than a seafood delicacy, oysters are an incredible natural resource. They are extremely helpful to our environment by filtering water, providing habitat, and controlling erosion. 229 more words

News

A "Shell" of a Good Time in the Field

Today, we are hearing from Alyssa Martinez, the summer outreach intern at the New York Field Office. Alyssa is a Doris Duke Conservation Scholar through North Carolina State University where she is studying zoology. 725 more words

Blog Entries

Invasion confirmed. Water lettuce and water hyacinth overwintering in Pennsylvania.

Last September, two invasive aquatic plants, water lettuce (Pistia stratiotes) and water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes), were discovered in the Lehigh Canal in Bethlehem PA.   274 more words

Nature