Progressive.org The founder of Earth Day, Wisconsin Senator Gaylord A. Nelson, wrote this scathing essay on the scourge of pollution in 1967. On Earth Day's forty-fifth birthday, his warning that "the bell is tolling for Wisconsin just as for all the nation" is as ...
Janesville Gazette As a result of the avian flu being found in Wisconsin, Canada and the European Union banned imports of poultry from Wisconsin. At about the same time the ban went into place, MacFarlane had 107,000 pheasant eggs at O'Hare International Airport in ... CTV News
ThinkProgress Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's (R) second-in-command made a surprising concession on Friday: states that emphasize green energy have a â€œcompetitive advantageâ€ over states, like Wisconsin, that don't. During an interview with radio host Charlie Sykes, ... Appleton Post Crescent
Roanoke Times (blog) As I mentioned in my article on Saturday, protecting your garden soil fungi and microbes during the months when you are not growing is essential. One of the best ways to do this is by growing a cover crop to provide nutrients for those organisms. There ... Eau Claire Country Today
Science Now Plants are one of the last bulwarks against climate change. They feed on carbon dioxide, growing faster and absorbing more of the greenhouse gas as humans produce it. But a new study finds that limited nutrients may keep plants from growing as fast as ... AccuWeather.com Live Science Huffington Post - -