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Transforming a Barren Savannah to a Tropical Rainforest: The Remarkable story of Las Graviotas

EARTH DAY SPECIAL — Imagine miles and miles of desolate savannah in South America, without a tree or bird in sight, a veritable no-man's land....
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Sri Lankans Endorse Peace Talks with Insurgents

Sri Lankans overwhelmingly elected local officials from the country's ruling party today signaling a thumbs up to President Mahinda Rajapake for his handling of...

Saving Wildlife Also Helps Reduce Poverty

A World Wildlife Fund report this week says that efforts to save pandas and tigers and gorillas can also reduce poverty and improve the...

A Sure Sign of Spring: Wild Whooping Cranes Return to Wisconsin

Among the signs of springtime these days in central Wisconsin is the arrival of wild whooping cranes on Necedah National Wildlife Refuge and along...

A Better Way to Recycle Plastic

Perhaps we can take a lesson from the innovative entrepreneurs of India when it comes to recycling plastics. "Alka loves plastics for an exciting reason;...

Poor Kids Can Figure Out Computers on Their Own

Children in Remote Villages in India Teaching Themselves to use Computers Instinctively – with No Help from Adults An IT engineer in India was gazing...
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The Legend Of Bagger Vance

An Inspired! Book Review Bagger Vance is a wonderfully inspiring story that uses the quest of mastering ones golf swing as a metaphor for...
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2003 Salmon Run Bountiful at Last

For the first time in 38 years, American Indians on Oregon's Columbia River have harvested a surplus of summer chinook salmon. 120,000 salmon are...
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“Mom (or dad)… I Love You”

Past hurts stay in our minds and hearts. If we are lucky they can be healed while we are still alive. Mom and I fought...
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Whooping It Up! Cranes Return to the East

For the first time in more than a century, whooping cranes will migrate across the skies of eastern North America this fall. It all started...
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Congress Votes Overwhelmingly to Restore Everglades

The House and Senate overwhelmingly approved a $7.8 billion project to restore the Florida Everglades and undo a half-century of human impact. Rep. Clay Shaw,...
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Puerto Rican Parrot Population Expands by 25%

For the first time in history, ten captive-bred endangered Puerto Rican parrots were released yesterday to join the last 40 parrots existing in the...
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A Brain Tumor, the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me

It appeared suddenly. Blackness blotted out my vision. A moment before, I'd focused on the cards that I held. Now I was blind. Then--like...
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The Flying Hospital: Medical Missions of Mercy

"The Flying Hospital", an L-1011 wide body jet transformed into a medical care facility, visited Ecuador on a medical mission of mercy for three...
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Chrysler To Turn Recycled Plastic Into Recyclable Car

Chrysler's quest to manufacture its first recyclable car is nearing completion. Experiments have produced an environmentally friendly machine which is low-cost, lightweight, and durable....