Daily Archives: July 6, 2012

Whose Trail is it? Making Way for Bikes in National Parks

There has been a longstanding debate about bicycles in national parks. Should they or shouldn’t they be allowed? And if so, where? And where are they not appropriate? Cyclists, particularly mountain bikers, have been pushing for greater access in recent … Continue reading

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River Restoration: Steelhead spawning in the Elwha

If you’ve ever wondered what is possible once a dam is removed, consider the case of the Elwha Dam, one of two dams being removed in the Elwha River Valley in Washington. This monster steelhead is a wild fish that … Continue reading

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Originally posted on All Things Great Lakes:
Lake Erie and the Ohio residents and businesses who rely on the lake will catch a huge break this summer. After a record setting toxic algae bloom in 2011, scientists are predicting moderate…

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