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U.S. House Passes Historic Public Lands Bill Aiming To Protect Nearly 3 Million Acres

The U.S. House of Representatives has passed a historic public lands preservation bill that pledges to protect about 3 million acres of federal land...
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Endangered California Condors Will Call the Pacific Northwest Their Home Once Again

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Park Service, and the Yurok Tribe have worked together to reintroduce California condors to Yurok ancestral territory...
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3D Printing Technology From Hong Kong Rescues Coral Reef

The Chinese Agriculture, Fisheries, and Conservation Department has invested in a project that involves 3D printing terracotta tiles to speed up the recovery process...
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Government Reveals Plan to Release More Endangered Red Wolves

Government wildlife officials released another pair of seriously endangered red wolves into the North Carolina wilderness, with an aim to establish a robust population...
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37 of the Most Inspirational Earth Day Quotes to Share With Your Loved Ones

Celebrate the 51st anniversary of Earth Day with 37 of the best inspirational quotes from Shakespeare, Gandhi, Edison, Thoreau, and others.
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Bald Eagle Populations Are Climbing In Lower 48 States

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service was happy to announce that bald eagles that once faced extinction have flourished in recent years.
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Land Is Worth More When Nature Takes Its Course, Study Says

Conserving or restoring natural sites such as woodlands or wetlands is more valuable than using the same sites for farming or timber, reveals a...
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Russian Ballerina Fights for the Environment the Way She Knows How

A Russian ballerina has taken her talent to protest industrial construction plans at a lake with a vulnerable ecosystem.
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TikTok Star Promotes Ethical and Sustainable Foraging Through Social Media

Alexis Nikole Nelson is keeping her 600,000 followers engaged with raps about ethically foraging for ramps, tips on telling Queen Anne’s lace from her...
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Philly Dims Lights To Make It Safer for Birds at Night

The lights of Philadelphia might not shine as bright in the weeks ahead, as a coalition tries to prevent millions of migrating birds that...
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