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How Our Network of Roadways Has Altered the Natural World

Less than one percent of the US is covered in pavement. Although it may feel... (more)

Emily Baron Cadloff
September 15, 2023
Swift Intervention By Western States Is Keeping a Devastating Beetle at Bay

With copper-colored wings and an emerald head, the Japanese beetle is pretty, but devastating. Not... (more)

Lena Beck
August 10, 2023
Kill Pen Scammers are Preying on Horse Lovers

Crystal Kraft first saw Nacho, a sturdy golden chestnut Halfinger with a flaxen mane, on... (more)

Sara Ventiera
July 17, 2023
Over Half of Bat Species Are At Severe Risk

When the North American Bat Conservation Alliance (NABCA) released its first ever State of Bats... (more)

Emily Baron Cadloff
July 5, 2023
Supreme Court’s Ruling on Humane Treatment of Pigs Could Catalyze a Wave...

Should California be able to require higher welfare standards for farm animals raised in other... (more)

David Favre, The Conversation
May 16, 2023
First Vaccine for Honey Bees Approved by USDA

The US Department of Agriculture has given conditional approval to a vaccine for honey bees,... (more)

Emily Baron Cadloff
January 10, 2023
Alaskan Salmon Face a Stream of New Mines

This article was originally published on Undark. Read the original article. Wild Alaskan salmon are... (more)

Becki Robins
November 26, 2022
Are Invasive Species Always Bad?

Researchers at Brown University want to emphasize the positive impacts of some non-native species.

Shea Swenson
October 15, 2022
Cattle Ranchers On High Alert After Longhorned Tick Found in Missouri

Warming temperatures are creating perfect conditions for the disease-causing pest to spread.

Shea Swenson
October 7, 2022
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