Across the nation, school bells are ringing in a new year of lessons, labs, lunches, and learning as students of all ages gather together in the more than 129,000 public and private educational institutions serving children in the United States.
Throughout history, terminology for what was viewed as distinct regions of the charted world has adapted to embrace the expanding edges of those explorers' maps and nautical charts.
Currently, about 10% of the United States is being affected by drought. Drought conditions send wildlife in search of food, water, and cover—which means some animals travel farther than usual and into more developed areas.
Planning to hit the sands this summer?
Steer clear of a sheen of green…or blue, or brown, or red! Algal blooms come in many colors and can have serious negative health impacts on humans and animals by contaminating waterways and drinking supplies.
June is National Rivers Month! Need a good reason to celebrate?
This Friday, May 26, has been designated by the American Cancer Society and the National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention as Don’t Fry Day, a time to encourage the public to take part in sun safety awareness.
May is National Bike Month and May 15-19, 2017 is Bike to Work Week.