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News Releases

Sec. Salazar Visits Shenandoah for Service Project

Reporter: Haley Harrison - Gray Television, Inc. - Copyright © 2002-2009

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SCA Tackles St. John Trails

By Lynda Lohr

Thanks to hard work by a group of eight students from the Virgin Islands and the mainland, V.I. National Park’s Lind Point Trail is getting a face lift through the Student Conservation Association.

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Green Tweets

Twitter has a huge green community. There are green media, green companies, and green charities all active on the microblogging service, as well as a whole bunch of individual environmentalists and green bloggers.

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Summer plans come full circle for student

By Sarah Fisher

Even as classroom doors are locked and hallways swept for the final time this school year, many parents look forward to summer break as an additional opportunity to nudge their children into enrichment classes, summer camps and service projects.

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6 Win 2009 Rachel Carson Awards

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Audubon Announces 2009 Rachel Carson Award Winners

New York, NY, May 5, 2009 - The National Audubon Society will honor six exceptional women with the Rachel Carson Award at its sixth annual Women in Conservation Luncheon at The Plaza in New York City on May 19. 

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The Top-Rated Environmental Charities

Do you have one of those friends who doesn’t donate to charity because he’s so darn sure that the money just goes to waste? “They just spend all the charity money on candy,” says your friend. He may not say that, but I’m sure he says something equally bizarre.

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Silence is Golden

By Lauren Traut

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21 Places to Look for Green Volunteering Opportunities

By Carolyn Mansfield

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A Talk with Smokies Trails Supervisor Tobias Miller

By Danny Bernstein - © 2009 Mountain Xpress

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