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  • Volcom presents 6th annual Summer Daze Beach Clean-Up
    Volcom and Keepers of the Coast present 6th annual Summer Daze Beach Clean-Up
    Surf, skate and snowboard apparel and gear company Volcom has teamed up with Keepers of the Coast to present the 6th annual Summer Daze Beach Clean-Up in the Florida beach communities of Jacksonville and St. Augustine.The first event of 2015 was...
  • Conserving tigers in the wild might mean redefining them
    Saving wild tigers may require redefining tiger subspecies
    Tigers, and other big cats, are disappearing from the planet at an alarming rate. So are other species. It's so bad, in fact, that scientists at Stanford have warned that we've entered another mass extinction event, with species...
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    New study confirms that humans have started the Sixth Mass Extinction
    The Sixth Extinction may sound like a cool name for a band, or maybe a zombie flick, but the truth is even scarier: It’s the sixth major die out of species on the planet since life began, and a study released this weekend has confirmed it....
  • Susq River
    PFBC launches “S.O.S. – Save Our Susquehanna”
    Today the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) announced that it has launched an “S.O.S. - Save Our Susquehanna!” campaign to fund water and soil conservation projects along the Susquehanna River, whose young smallmouth bass...
  • New So Delicious Cashew Milk
    Choose So Delicious for quality, dairy free products
    Conservation has been a topic in recent years that has blossomed into activism in areas which were previously undiscussed. Leading a sustainable lifestyle is something that everyone can do with minimal effort, to the degree that fits their...
  • Bartholomew's Cobble Sheffield MA
    Bartholomew's Cobble in Sheffield MA a Scenic Site for Hiking
    Bartholomew's Cobble in Sheffield MA is a scenic hiking trail and nature center located in the Berkshires. It was formed when the Taconic and Bershire mountain ranges were formed. It has over five miles of moderate hiking trails for adults and...
  • Partula snail on scale
    Detroit Zoo ships snails to Tahiti to repopulate endangered species
    In a statement released Tuesday, May 26, the Detroit Zoo announced that it had sent one-hundred land snails to Tahiti to repopulate their native habitat. The snails belong to a species, Partula nodosa, that had been extinct in the wild for more...
  • An endangered black rhino
    Endangered black rhino killed by hunter who paid $350,000 for permit
    There are fewer than 5,000 black rhinos left in the world -- thanks primarily to poaching -- and one more fell to a hunter’s bullet on May 19. This kill, however, was completely legal and sanctioned by several international groups and...
  • Susq. River
    Rare cancer found in a Susquehanna River smallmouth bass
    The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) has announced that two independent laboratory tests have confirmed a malignant, or cancerous, tumor on a single smallmouth bass caught in the middle Susquehanna River near Duncannon, Dauphin County,...
  • United for Wildlife Founders William and Catherine welcome a newborn Princess
    United for Wildlife Founders William and Catherine welcome a newborn Princess
    Saturday morning's highly anticipated arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's first daughter, Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana could not have come at a more excellent time for the two conservationists. As...
  • Black bear in Jersey
    NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife offers tips to reduce encounters with bears
    With black bears having emerged from winter dens in New Jersey, they are entering a very active period of the year in search of food, increasing the possibility of encounters with people, especially those living in “bear country’&rsquo...
  • Weed and grass killers
    Earth Day memo: Pesticide and herbicide use causing an environmental nightmare
    Millions of Americans are to blame for the serious problems that are occurring due to our obsessions with nicely manicured lawns and well-maintained golf courses. The use of chemicals on our lawns is leading to illnesses, diseases and the death of...
  • Student Conservation Association
    Cleaning up Fort Totten Park
    More than 300 volunteers are expected to clean up Fort Totten Park Saturday, as part of an Earth Day project sponsored by the Student Conservation Assocation (SCA) and the National Park Service (NPS). Lori Roberston, Events Manager at SCA, says...
  • Maryland Science Center: Spring Clean and Green Workshops
    Maryland Science Center: Spring Clean and Green Workshops
    After record snowfall and too many snow days to count, Spring is finally here. Soon enough the leaves will start turning green, Flowers will appear. And we will forget all about winter!The Maryland Science Center is open March 30, 2015, to June 21...
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    Another Earth Day
    April 22nd is the 45th anniversary of the first official Earth Day. Began in 1970 by U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin, the day was initiated as a national “teach-in” about environmental issues. Nelson’s environmental...
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