Recovery: Saving Lake Sturgeon, an Ancient Fish with a Bright Future

Nature Conservancy - Science

Lake sturgeon, our elders by some 150 million years, have a bright future — if Americans ignore voices of the past. In “The Song of Hiawatha” Longfellow celebrated the lake sturgeon, “king of fishes,” and the First Nations for whom it was sacred. Louis River, the largest U.S.

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When life gives you lemons, make fish sticks?

Environmental Economics

What do you do with a bony, ugly, jumpy, fat, fugitive fish that's taken over the Mississippi and Illinois rivers and threatens the ecology of the Great Lakes? The department plans to process tons of the fish and donate it to food banks, including the St. Louis Area Food Bank. "We'll Grind them into fish sticks and feed them to the poor. That's the latest strategy from the Illinois Department of Natural Resources in its tussle with the Asian carp.

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How to Slackline Across the Country

Wend Magazine

Salt Lake City (1910!). Louis. Picked up my bike at my home in St. Louis (passing the City Musem in this image). How to Slackline Across the Country. Step 1. Be a cartoon character. It’s so much easier to set a course and attach cartoon slacklines than real ones.

2011 176

How to Sustain a Sustainability Blog: With Sustainablog

Wend Magazine

That changed when my wife was accepted to get her Masters in drama at Washington University in St. Louis. I’d never lived in St. It was then when I noticed he lived in St. Louis (a transplant as well). I also do twice-a-month posts at St.

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Arrowood Farm Brewery: Bramble Farmhouse on Raspberries

10,000 Birds

3 , collector card from the Bird Cards series (D16), issued by the White Baking Company, St. Louis, Missouri (early 20th century). WELCOME, welcome, little stranger, Fear no harm, and fear no danger; We are glad to see you here, For you sing “Sweet Spring is near.”

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The Little Big Year-week 46: All this fun comes to an end

10,000 Birds

Marty St Louis – Manager at Summer Lake NWR, Summer Lake Oregon. We have arrived at the end of our little adventure, which has come to be known as “The Little Big Year”.

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Well-known stores closing in America

Green (Living) Review

Florida (11): Sears in Crystal River, Deland, Port St. Lucie, Stuart, West Palm Beach; Kmart in Callaway, Fernandina Beach, New Smyrna Beach, Orange City, Pompano Beach and St. Indiana (3): Sears in Anderson; Kmart in Indianapolis and St. Minnesota (4): Kmart in Duluth, New Hope, White Bear Lake and Willmar. Missouri (2): Sears in Lee's Summit and St. Louis. Wisconsin (2): Sears in West Baraboo; Kmart in Rice Lake.

The Hero's Journey in Darwin's Paradox: The Iroquios Locks

The Alien Next Door

Somewhere between Saint-Louis-du-Ha! The Iroquois Locks formed part of an extensive navigation system of dams, powerhouses, locks, channels and dikes that made up the St. Lawrence Seaway, linking the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes. m to the level of Lake St.

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Weekend Reading 9/12/14

Sightline Daily

To wit: In his complaint, the Gulf Restoration Network’s Scott Eustis said that in roughly half of a 5-acre area at the Lake Hermitage, the ground was “coated in dice-sized pieces of coal and petroleum coke, at about 25% of the visible surface.” Seeing that there aren’t any mines or IEDs in Ferguson, that the chances of an ambush are slim to none, and that the terrain is relatively boring, the decision of the St. Kristin My inbox is always too full.

eConference - Planning healthy and child friendly communities

The Green Changemakers

Hilary Nixon, San Jose, CA Greenspace & Health: the Evidence Dee Merriam, Atlanta, GA How Community Organizing, Public Health, Urban Planning, and Public Policy Combine to Reduce Obesity Rates Phil Valko, St. Brennan, St. Louis, MO Urban Landscape Pattern & Childhood Obesity Jun-Hyun Kim, San Luis Obispo, CA 3. Keynote Speakers Activities and Events that Create Child-Friendly Communities Mayor Joseph P. Riley, Jr.,