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Environmental Lessons Abound at Historic House Museum

House museums sometimes get a bad rap for preserving the past without providing relevant content or connections for current visitors, but the stately Hermitage Museum and Gardens in Norfolk, Virginia, has some surprises in store.

 In the early decades of the 20th century, William and Florence Sloane were civic leaders in the Chesapeake Bay area. His business was textile factories, and he became a leader as well in the...


Doing good for marine wildlife leads to doing good for everyone

One year ago on Earth Day, Seal Life Response + Rehab + Research (SR3) first opened its doors after years of planning and fundraising and advocacy. 

 

Will Thomas – Auburn, New Hampshire

Aiming to reclaim the coal-fired plant in Bow, New Hampshire


Florida Climate Change and its impact on families living in Poverty

The devastating impacts of climate change are already visible across the landscape of the United States, and our most vulnerable communities, including individuals and families living in poverty and experiencing homelessness, are being unfairly impacted and hurt the most.


San Francisco - The Disappearing Fog

What I hear from people who grew up in San Francisco is that the famous San Francisco fog has gradually disappeared.