Early on in my effort to understand and evaluate alternative veterinary therapies, I had the naïve notion that learning about their mechanisms of action and the research evidence behind them would enable me to tell which were safe and effective … Continue reading →
Buffalo Hunt on the Southwest Prairie1946John Mix Stanley Visiting the Smithsonian American Art Museum I noted this painting by John Mix Stanley. George Catlin is the much better known painter of Indians in the 19th Century, but Catlin never traveled to what is now Washington State. Stanley did travel to the Oregon County as it was then known and may have equaled Catlin except for some very bad luck.Like Catlin Stanley wanted to capture what he viewed as fast
Finley managers say growing herd is hard on neighboring farms, but wildlife lovers object Garry Rogers: Wildlife “lovers” must speak up. The Elk cannot. See on www.gazettetimes.comFiled under: Nature Conservation
The construction of wetlands has an important role to play in strategies to offset the loss of natural wetlands and treat wastewater. Typically, the effectiveness of constructed wetlands is … See on freshwaterresearch.wordpress.comFiled under: Nature Conservation
“Core on Deck!” What a beautiful sound to hear on the ship’s intercom this morning. We have been waiting two weeks for those magic words that tell us about we are back in business. It was a wonderful sight to see the new core being carried onto the catwalk and sliced up in the time-honored fashion before being brought inside for the techs and scientists to work on.