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Tag Archives: joint ventures
Re-imaging the meaning of national defense
Writing for Resilience, Rob Brooks re-imagines a national defense grounded in Wendell Berry’s observation that “Earth is what we all have in common.” “We need to pay as much attention to conserving and restoring the connectivity of the natural infrastructure … Continue reading
Posted in academics, editorial, environment, history, life, skepticism and science, weather, wildlife, wind power Tagged #Army Corps of Engineers, #CASSE, #Coast Guard, #disaster response, #DoD, #FEMA, #flyways, #National Guard, #natural infrastructure, #steady state economy, climate change, conservation, environment, joint ventures, nature, resilience, science, sea level rise Leave a comment
Playa Post Vol. 13, #3 – Congratulations on a national award!
Congratulations to the Playa Lakes and Rainwater Basin joint ventures, recently recognized for their conservation collaborations with the 2015 Wings Across the Americas Award. For these and other uplifting stories, check out the latest Playa Post, the newsletter of the … Continue reading
Posted in life Tagged ABC, American Bird Conservancy, conservation, joint ventures, landscape, NABCI, ornithology, Partners in Flight, PIF, Playa Lakes Joint Venture, Playa Post, wildlife Leave a comment
Trading mine tailings for chestnuts? Yes please!
“Approximately 1,000 acres of reclaimed mine lands will also be restored using American Chestnut plantings.” This just made my top 10 sentences of all time. For context, check out the latest from Steve Holmer and the American Bird Conservancy: New … Continue reading