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  • From the Boathouse: Raise a toast to tap water

    Ahoy! Did you know that May 4-10 is Drinking Water Week? Well, now you know. The American Water Works Assn. and its members want to inform everyone about your drinking water and the water infrastructure. The AWWA has been celebrating this week for the...
  • Kern County farmers question just how 'clean' new coal plant would be

    Kern County farmers question just how 'clean' new coal plant would be
    Plans to build a $4-billion experimental "clean coal plant" in the San Joaquin Valley have touched off fears here that as it generates cleaner electricity, it would foul groundwater and air in a region where airborne pollutants are among the nation's...
  • Urban farmers urge city to update compost law

    Urban farmers urge city to update compost law
    Once a week, Alex Poltorak roams the alleyways of Chicago's Andersonville neighborhood hunting for white buckets stashed here and there crammed with banana peels, avocado shells, bits of onions and other colorful vegetable scraps from his customers'...
  • Anderson's Home & Garden celebrates "Veggie-Palooza"

    Anderson's Home & Garden celebrates "Veggie-Palooza"
    Anderson's Home & Garden Showplace in Newport News is celebrating vegetables this weekend with a special sale.  Here are the details:  - 10-inch Boston Ferns $12.99, reg. $19.99 - 1 gallon herbs $4.99, reg. $9.99 - Bumper Crop 1-cubic-foot, two...
  • Plant of the month: Reed-stemmed epidendrum

    Plant of the month: Reed-stemmed epidendrum
    Orchid lovers will appreciate the easy-to-grow Epidendrum radicans, also known as reed-stem epidendrum or fire-star orchid. Long-lasting clusters of tiny red-orange-and-yellow flowers on the ends of slender 2-foot stems put on a fiery show that lasts...
  • West, Texas, to mark anniversary of deadly fertilizer plant blast

    A year after a massive explosion and fire at a fertilizer plant in West, Texas, killed 15, including 12 volunteer firefighters, the city is still trying to come to grips with the disaster that has left a deep imprint on the rural town. “I miss...
  • Deadly Texas fertilizer explosion was preventable, authorities say

    Deadly Texas fertilizer explosion was preventable, authorities say
    The deaths of 15 people, including 12 volunteer firefighters, in an explosion at a Texas fertilizer plant a year ago were preventable, federal investigators said Tuesday. Preliminary findings from the U.S. Chemical Safety Board on the chemical...
  • Nutrient pollution threatens national park ecosystems, study says

    Nutrient pollution threatens national park ecosystems, study says
    National parks from the Sierra Nevada to the Great Smoky Mountains are increasingly being fertilized by unwanted nutrients drifting through the air from agricultural operations, putting some of the country’s most treasured natural landscapes at risk...
  • Letters: Zimmerman, water quality, and government

    Help Zimmerman cope The continuing news about George Zimmerman and his run-ins with the law give me pause. When a person is charged with a crime and found not guilty — but remains a target of attention — steps should be taken to help that...
  • Scott seeks $55 millon boost for Florida springs

    Scott seeks $55 millon boost for Florida springs
    TALLAHASSEE -- Gov. Rick Scott said Tuesday he plans to push lawmakers to budget $55 million for restoration of the Sunshine State's pollution-choked natural springs. The announcement comes as lawmakers gear up to battle over potentially massive springs...
  • Weatherford: No big water policy this year

    Weatherford: No big water policy this year
     TALLAHASSEE -- House Speaker Will Weatherford said Thursday there won't be any big water policies adopted this year, punting the potentially tough political confrontation with polluters until two Central Florida lawmakers are running the Legislature next...
  • Risk of Pa.'s ammonia storage sites on par with falling balloonists

    Risk of Pa.'s ammonia storage sites on par with falling balloonists
    Too much of anything, including water, can be a killer. Hold that thought as we consider this week's scary headline from the PublicSource online news organization, which said, "1.5 million Pennsylvanians live close to large amounts of hazardous ammonia....