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Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Did Not Contaminate Seafood

A recent study of seafood animals harvested along the Gulf Coast between 2011 and 2013 shows no elevated signs of contamination from the Deepwater Horizon Spill in 2010. 295 more words

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English bluebells. To me the are the English countryside in spring. We are so very fortunate to have a lot of English bluebells at our woods, concentrated in two main areas, but with patches scattered throughout the whole woodland. 177 more words


Climbing and Protecting Ancient American Architecture - Bears Ears Region, UTAH

You may be familiar with these ancient cliff dwelling in southeastern UTAH but you may not be aware that they need our help protecting…

“If you’re a climber, chances are you’ve dreamt of climbing here or, better yet, you actually have. 144 more words


Summer’s here…nearly

After a long, cold winter the conservation team are taking every sunny opportunity to get out and do some of our more pleasant outdoor jobs. For those of you that don’t know Knole well we have a portion of our collection outside exposed to the elements 365 days a year. 279 more words

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This is Iowa Soil and Water Conservation Week

You’ve come a long way, baby!

This week, April 26-May 3, is Soil and Water Conservation Week in Iowa. This marks the anniversary of the 1939 law that established a state agency and organized our 100 Soil and Water Conservation Districts. 96 more words

Cherokee Rose: A Brief History of Conservation in Georgia (Part 1)


Georgia has long been a major player in the eco-tourism market. With over 400 species of bird, over 30 species of frog, and over 50 species of butterfly recorded, it is not hard to see why. 535 more words

My last Taper Week + Conservation Lobby Day

I love spring. Sure, my allergies “reappear” after a winter of hibernation, but it’s worth it. There is nothing like opening my windows to let in some fresh air! 952 more words