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Click by scroll, gonna make this garden grow

Click by scroll, gonna make this garden grow

Organic gardener and blogger Frank Meuschke cultivates crops online.

The sun has officially crossed the celestial equator, spring is here, and some of us are getting green thumbs. Even for New Yorkers living within the limits of 600 square feet, it’s possible to do a bit of gardening. More…

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On the ground: Hogs on the Buffalo National River

On the ground: Hogs on the Buffalo National River

The first National River faces the threat of pollution from a large pig farm

On the ground: Alaska’s national parks lead the way in planning for climate change

On the ground: Alaska’s national parks lead the way in planning for climate change

The National Park Service knows climate change is coming early and will hit hard in the 49th state – so is taking steps to prepare

On the ground: New challenges for the River Thames

On the ground: New challenges for the River Thames

Will a warming climate and rising sea levels make the riverbanks too unsafe to live?

What does a hibernating brain look like?

What does a hibernating brain look like?

Brian Barnes has studied questions like this for decades in Alaska — and he’s getting warmer

Protecting marine life and human culture

Protecting marine life and human culture

A marine conservationist joins forces with fishermen to save fish habitats

The crocodile time traveler

The crocodile time traveler

Evon Hekkala wrestles crocodiles, one gene at a time

When going green means aiming for the skies

When going green means aiming for the skies

How new innovations in green architecture are helping reduce pollution