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Replacing grass with even a few plants native to your region can save insects and the ecosystems that depend on them.
To get a big-picture perspective on the plastics that plague beaches, scientists team up with volunteers along the California Coast.
The city exhibits all of the problems the framework is meant to heal.
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An Indigenous-led organization in New Mexico is using fungus in an attempt to remove chemicals from soil.
Oil spills don’t stand a chance against the cleansing power of mycelium.