By Phil KloerThe petite Key deer depends on fresh water in a place where fresh water can sometimes be scarce - the Florida Keys, the only place where the Key deer lives.
This Earth Day project was the ﬁrst of many coastal prairie ecosystem restoration projects in the Houston area. The project is in join collaboration with many partners, including the Coastal Prairie Partnership, Texas Master Naturalists and the Hermann Park Conservancy....Read more
By Gerry RisingI suspect that this is going to be a tough time for school and college students seeking summer employment. With formal records indicating one out of ten adults out of work and the real situation even worse, competition for the declining number of jobs available will certainly be ﬁerce.Here is an alternative.
Posted March 28th, 2010 by Kurt Repanshek on National Parks TravelerIt’s a tiny plant, one with a beautiful purple ﬂower, and it just might be one that can be brought back from the brink of extinction.Earlier this month botanists at Grand Canyon National Park were beaming when one of their sentry milk-vetch (Astragalus cremnophylax var. cremnophylax) began to bloom.
“One way to use the web for an internship search is to hone in on the most targeted Web sites for the ﬁeld you hope to pursue. Alexander Altvater, a Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management major who graduated last year from Clemson University, logged onto the Student Conservation Association site to apply for his summer internship at Congaree National Park in South Carolina.