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Greater focus on soil health needed to feed a hungry planet By Lawrence Mbae. More attention to the health and management of the planet's soils will be needed to meet the challenge of
Buried beneath the world's oceans and the Arctic permafrost lies a global energy source that many think might dwarf today's fracking revolution: huge reservoirs of natural gas trapped in ice crystals. For the past 40 years, U.S. presidents have
Late last week, all 19 House lawmakers who opposed SB1, the marriage equality bill, received lumps of coal in the mail from an anonymous sender, Hawaii News Now reports , along with a note: "You left a piece of your heart at the State Building when
The Ku Klux Klan burned a cross in my yard in October of 1965, said Eugene Marsh in reference to his first year of high school in the rural textile community of Lancaster, S.C. I was the first-ever African-American student entering an all-white high
Near on a big lake you can to rest, swim,and thirst to fight. Many people's say,that bog s water is poison, and very harmful for health, no, your opinion is a mistake, this water a most clean in our nature, these water do not mud by other
The swamps help clean rivers, store water and protect nature. advertisement Alarm has been raised over massive destruction of wetlands in Kirinyaga County. All swamps, which act as water reservoirs for rivers and are a vital habitat for medicinal
Coach Marty Paxton and his Hickory Ridge football team had a season they will never forget last year. After winning a school-record 11 games including a perfect 7-0 record in South Piedmont 3A Conference play Paxton says it's time for the Ragin'
Why scientists are scared of the link between bigger wildfires and rapid thawing of northern permafrost...To step into the US Army Corp of Engineers' Permafrost Tunnel Research Facility in Fox, Alaskajust north of Fairbanksis to step back in time.
The walk is expected to take about two hours; the rain date is next Sunday.
A local farmer panel including Joe Kriegel of Grinnell, Gordon Wassenaar of Prairie City and Jim Petersen of Knoxville will address their experiences with the use of cover crops, followed by a question and answer session. A light supper will be