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Conservation

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Top Conservation Articles

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  • Pines eaglets take to the air

    Pines eaglets take to the air
    A pair of successful student pilots sat in a massive nest in a tall tree near Pines Boulevard, one of them tearing at some food with its beak. The eaglets, which hatched in January in western Pembroke Pines, have begun to fly. In the past two weeks,...
  • Palm Beach County approves climate change plan

    Palm Beach County approves climate change plan
    The threat of rising seas flooding neighborhoods and fouling drinking water persuaded Palm Beach County commissioners Tuesday to commit to a regional effort to combat climate change. The new climate change efforts could eventually mean rising costs...
  • Bethlehem Councilwoman Karen Dolan steps down from Illick's Mill

    Karen Dolan, a former teacher who founded the nonprofit that undertook the $1.2 million restoration of Bethlehem's Illick's Mill, announced Tuesday that she is stepping down as chief executive. In a written statement, Dolan gave no reason for her...
  • Glastonbury Audubon To Hold Annual Earth Day Celebration

    Glastonbury Audubon To Hold Annual Earth Day Celebration
    GLASTONBURY — The Connecticut Audubon Society Center at Glastonbury will celebrate its 25 anniversary of its Earth Fair on April 26. The theme will be "In Celebration of Trees." Exhibits will focus on various local trees and why they are important...
  • Newport's hot commodity: sand

    Newport's hot commodity: sand
    While some Newport Beach residents eagerly await the opening of Marina Park in two years, others already have cause for celebration. They've been promised some of the location's sand. To make way for the 23-slip marina planned for the new Balboa...
  • 'It's a precious open space'

    'It's a precious open space'
    The three nonprofit groups that oversee the Bolsa Chica wetlands and mesa recently banded together to educate the public about the area's natural resources. Amigos de Bolsa Chica, the Bolsa Chica Conservancy and the Bolsa Chica Land Trust hosted their...
  • Pitzer College selling fossil fuel stocks in environmental move

    Pitzer College selling fossil fuel stocks in environmental move
    Pitzer College, a liberal arts school in Claremont, has joined the vanguard of U.S. campuses deciding to sell off its investments in fossil fuel companies as a statement of concern about global warming. Pitzer’s board of trustees recently voted to...
  • Broward Green Issue events

    Saturdays from 8:30 to 11:59 a.m. Community Garden Farmers Market City of Dania Beach Go green and purchase organic and locally sourced produce. Free. Dania Beach Community Garden, 1201 NW 1 Street. http://www.ci.dania-beach.fl.us. April 19 from 8 a....
  • Local green trailblazers

    Society Scene asked local trailblazers to share an important topic in the green movement and how they're addressing it in the community. Rebecca Bradley and Gage Couch, co-founders of Cadence, landscape architecture and urban design (www. cadence-living....
  • Segarra Mum On Plan To Close Budget Gap

     Segarra Mum On Plan To Close Budget Gap
    City administrators are grappling with how to offset an estimated $44 million deficit as Mayor Pedro Segarra prepares to unveil his 2014-15 spending plan Monday. Early projections showed Hartford's expenditures for the upcoming fiscal year totaling...
  • RCC partners with VIMS for coastal ecology course

    RCC partners with VIMS for coastal ecology course
    A coastal ecology course will be held over the summer in a partnership between Rappahannock Community College and the Virginia Institute of Marine Science. The course includes three weeks of online academic work and two weeks of field work at VIMS,...