Water education

Sustainable Missoula: The Sustainability of Watersheds and Our Community

Rattlesnake Creek. (Courtesy photo) As we move into a new year, we reflect on how our water sources can be protected amid foreseeable changes in our climate and increased development in the Missoula Valley. These conditions and circumstances prompt us to explore the question of what does the sustainability of watersheds look like? The Watershed Education Network (WEN) of western …

Read More »

Cities must now collect our food waste. The San Diego area is working hard to comply. – Voice of San Diego

Republic Service employees stand near compost heaps at the new composting facility at the Otay landfill on December 10, 2021. / Photo by Adriana Heldiz A new California law is forcing cities to reduce food waste in landfills. To meet this requirement, cities in San Diego are increasing the costs for residents and businesses to launch a new on-the-fly garbage …

Read More »

Barbara A. Meyer | Obituary

Barbara A. Meyer, 94, from Stoughton, died on Tuesday, December 28, 2021 at the Skaalen Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. She was born on March 20, 1927 in Neenah, Wisconsin, daughter of Lyall Stilp and Marion (VanBuren) Raymond. Barbara graduated from a high school in the Milwaukee area and continued her education by attending UW-Madison, where she began her nursing education …

Read More »

133rd Tournament of Roses Parade Relaunches Beloved Tradition

item A Dream to Achieve float takes part in the 133rd Rose Parade in Pasadena, Calif., Jan. 1, 2022. – The parade features flower floats, marching bands, and equestrian units to celebrate the New Year along the 8.8 mile route along the colorado PASADENA, California – The 133rd Tournament of Roses Parade made a colorful comeback on Colorado Boulevard in …

Read More »

Most Texas schools resume classes next week amid omicron wave

The rapidly spreading omicron variant of the coronavirus has shaken the holiday season for many Texans and forced thousands of flights to be canceled. It has also prompted school districts in the Northeast and Midwest to take measures such as limiting winter sports activities and temporarily returning to distance learning, although this is not the case in Texas. , where …

Read More »

Here’s what’s new at the Pennsylvania Farm Show 2022

After going virtual last year, the Pennsylvania Farm Show returns to Harrisburg for its 106th year amid a wave of the COVID omicron variant. The agriculture ministry urged visitors to stay home if they feel sick, get vaccinated if they haven’t, and wear masks. With 1 million square feet of agricultural education, competition, and celebration, this winter celebration of Pennsylvania …

Read More »

Coastal habitat protection plan outlines dozens of recommended actions

North Carolina environmental officials recently added dozens of new goals and recommendations to the Coastal habitat protection plan. The document was first created in 2005 and has been updated every few years since then. The 2021 amendment to the plan outlines several potential measures to address the many ongoing issues along the coast. “There is growing concern about declining water …

Read More »

Stench of chicken waste increases stench in Alabama community

Janice Williams thought something had died near her Morgan County home due to the smell, but she couldn’t decide what it was. “I thought maybe the dogs killed an armadillo. I searched the yard for an armadillo, but then I found out where the scent was coming from, ”she said. The stench, according to the Decatur Daily, comes from what …

Read More »

Families Find Hope for Their Children’s Well-Being at Tick Tock Early Learning Center – Daily Local

NEW GARDEN – Local heroes walk among us. And the angels of the earth too. Kennett resident Maricela Ayllon is both. In her role as Director of Family Services at the Tick Tock Early Learning Center, Ayllon helps hardworking families who struggle every day in their quest not only to provide for their children, but also to overcome the financial …

Read More »

Inequality of Opportunity: Who Are Left Behind? | Kiribati – Kiribati

1. INTRODUCTION ESCAP’s inequality of opportunity analysis uses two new methodological tools to measure inequalities in the distribution of basic services and to identify those who are furthest behind in the same areas of development. In both methods, population groups are defined by common circumstances over which the individual has little or no direct control. The analysis explores inequalities in …

Read More »