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Mysterious Three-Foot Earthworm Up for Protection

7/7/2009 // By Kevin Coyle

The Giant Palouse Earthworm lives in the deep soils of the Palouse region of Idaho and Washington and has been seen only a few times over the course of a century. (Photo University of Idaho and AP archives) The Star […] Read more >

Perspective: Changing Curriculum Connects Faculty with Each Other, Students with Their Environment

10/14/2008 // By NWF

  Sustainability activity is mushrooming on campuses around the nation-except in one vitally important place: college classrooms.  As the recent National Wildlife Federation National Report Card on Sustainability in Higher Education recently revealed, growing numbers of colleges and universities are […] Read more >

Wherever You Live, Changing Climate is Shifting Spring

3/20/2008 // By Miles Grant

The Associated Press has a great roundup the local impacts of a delayed spring thanks to climate change: The capital’s famous cherry trees are primed to burst out in a perfect pink peak about the end of this month. Thirty […] Read more >