October, 2022

2022 Delaware River Watershed Fellows kayaking in the Delaware River Watershed

A Cool Summer Job in Conservation

Air Dunkley began rowing competitively in 7th grade. His 6’7” frame carried him to success through high school and into college, but as much as he gave the sport, the … Read more

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In Unforgettable Bits and Pieces: How Three National Parks Stole My Heart

This summer took me to three of the nation’s natural treasures: Great Smoky Mountains, Grand Teton, and Isle Royale National Parks. Three completely different parts of the country, and each … Read more

sage storm

Leading by Example Through Indigenous Cultures, Values, and Belief Systems

Celebrated on the second Monday in October, Indigenous Peoples’ Day is an important shift away from the painful reminder of the colonial oppression and violence by European colonizers and a … Read more

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Collaborative Partners Support Climate-Resilient Communities in South Carolina

When communities are faced with a climate disaster, what happens next? Local leadership in rural South Carolina has shown that economic and environmental resilience strategies in the face of climate … Read more

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Five Clear Signs Momentum Is Growing for Snake River Salmon

A breakthrough is near. We are closer than we’ve ever been to resolving the decades-long conflict between dams and salmon in the Pacific Northwest. Now it’s up to all of … Read more

Sackett property

The Saga Continues: The Sacketts, the Lawsuit, and the Clean Water Act

In 2004 an Idaho couple, Chantell and Mike Sackett, purchased a plot of land, hoping to develop it for personal use. Instead of conducting comprehensive environmental and land use history … Read more

Clean Water Under Threat at Supreme Court

On October 3, 2022, the Supreme Court will hear a case that could remove longstanding protections for roughly half the nation’s streams and wetlands. Sackett v. EPA — an already … Read more

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