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Natural Resources Camp Connects Youth to the Environment for 53rd Year
Posted: Monday, May 16 2011
Written by Bill Loftus KETCHUM, Idaho – Young people ages 12 to 14 who want to learn about the environment first hand at the Idaho Natural Resources Camp this summer need to act fast to make the May 21 early registration deadline and save some money. So far 30 campers have registered, about half of the normal turnout. "We usually get a lot of applications just before the early registration deadli...
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University of Idaho Geologists Take Preventative Measures Before Potential Earthquake
Posted: Monday, July 11 2011
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho – Grand Teton National Park is a spectacular site along the Wyoming-Idaho border. The park brings in nearly 4 million visitors a year and creates a scenic background for those who live there. While the beauty is stunning, it’s tempered by the potential of danger from beneath the ground. The majestic mountain range sits on an active fault line that could one day lead to a sever...
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U-Idaho Ecologists Offer Plans on Preserving Nation’s Biodiversity
Posted: Wednesday, January 23 2013
By Jill Maxwell The protected areas network within the continental United States is often viewed as one of the country’s best tools for securing vegetation communities and the species they support into the future. Yet, the current network of protected U.S. lands does not fully capture the entire range of the country’s vegetation communities or ecological systems. The failure to ade...
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