Excitement Builds as Earth Day 2018 Approaches

Although each day we learn more and more about the carbon footprint we are making, and each day we try to save this planet for the next generation by monitoring and changing our own bad habits, there is still a great deal of work to do. And even though the Earth Day Network spends 365 days a year tackling the problems and making

Montana advocates form new organization for Montanans 55 and older

    Montana advocates form new organization for Montanans 55 and older, plan Tuesday announcement.   [Great Falls, Montana] – Advocates, retired elected leaders and educators will hold a launch event at 11 am on Tuesday, April 10, on the third floor of Paris Gibson Square, Great Falls, Montana to announce the launch of a new organization. Community leaders, retired […]

Propane vs. Gas: The Camper’s Debate

Although they say every “opinion” is worth about two cents nowadays (and if you’re career happens to be in politics it’s worth even less) there are some definite facts that come along with choosing what is easier and better, between propane and gas, to use in the Great Outdoors.

Be a Citizen Scientist

Yes, there are thousands upon thousands of scientists studying and practicing in various fields.

The Environment Engineers

From the title of this article, you may think that this is all about conservation,

A Highly Debated Piece of Technology Serves a Purpose

  A Highly Debated Piece of Technology Serves a Purpose by Amy Lignor   When even saying the word “drone” in 2016, debates spark up immediately as to whether they are safe, they are needed, and what they can even do to save countries and people from war and terrorist attacks. Just this week we […]

How to Have Yourself a Merry “Green” Christmas

How to Have Yourself a Merry “Green” Christmas By Amy Lignor   Yes, the turkey is carved and eaten and those awesome decorations are beginning to crop up around the neighborhood, as well as in your very own living room. This is the time of year where everyone smiles just a bit more, as family […]

Checks & Balances are Necessary for the Healthy Habitat

Checks & Balances are Necessary for the Healthy Habitat ~ Samantha Lewis The one thing that animal rights’ activists, environmental workers, scientists, and even government agencies seem to be able to agree on is that the world is a place of checks and balances. In order for a country to remain level and not slide […]

Bonnie Holmes-Gen: On Pollution and Air Quality in America

Bonnie Holmes-Gen: On Pollution and Air Quality in America Bonnie Holmes-Gen is the Senior Director for Policy and Advocacy at the American Lung Association in California (ALAC). At the ALA, Ms. Holmes-Gen is responsible for advocating the public policy concerns of ALAC before the California Legislature and state agencies such as the California Air Resources […]

Preserving the Reserves

Preserving the Reserves  ~ Amy Lignor When it comes to the outdoor enthusiast, environmentalist, or simply the lover of the Great Outdoors – the natural reserves across the globe are a much-needed part of life as we know it.   Photographing the beauty of nature; riding bikes, running, walking, canoeing – you name it, the […]

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