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The Congressional Review Act & Its Current Impact on Our Environment

  • Stream

February 22nd, 2017|Tags: , , |0 Comments

The Congressional Review Act (CRA) has been in the news lately as Congress is turning back rulings made in the last six months of the Obama Administration. Learn what is the CRA is, how is it impacting our environment and what we can do to stop it.Read More

5 Wildlife Love Stories

February 14th, 2017|Tags: |0 Comments

As it turns out, humans aren’t the only ones who go out of their way for love. From grooming each other to decorating their homes, animals have unique ways of expressing affection. Read about these species and their interesting relationships! Read More

Replanting Giants on Mount Adams

Mount Adams looms over the White Salmon Wild and Scenic River, where its alpine forest feeds the headwaters of the cold, swift current. Find out how American Forests has partnered to replant the areas damaged by wildfire.Read More

Between a Wall and Endangerment: The Ecological Effects of a U.S.-Mexico Border Wall

  • Ocelot

January 31st, 2017|Tags: , |0 Comments

The current subject of much heated debate, a U.S.-Mexico border wall will affect more than just frequently discussed topics, like human rights, border security and immigration; it will have an immense impact on wildlife habitat in the region, including for the endangered ocelot of the Lower Rio Grande Valley, where American Forests has been working for years to restore its habitat.Read More

Nuclear Nature: A Look at Wildlife in Chernobyl

  • Chernobyl. Credit: Timm Seuss via Flick

January 24th, 2017|Tags: |0 Comments

It has been 30 years since the disastrous explosion in Chernobyl. Read how the disaster, and resulting radiation, has impact surrounding forests and wildlife, both in the shorter term and in anticipation of the longer term.Read More
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