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Freeing Pet Catfish Can Devastate Ecosystems

Popular aquarium catfish wreak havoc in aquatic ecosystems worldwide after people set them free...

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Greening Manure Could Yield Fly Larvae Fit for a Meal

Cornell animal scientists, entomologists and a business professor will examine the environmental impact and commercial potential of quickly processing dairy cow manure with fly larvae...

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The Greene World: Book Depicts Field Biology as Art

New book is woven around two central themes: coming to terms with the destruction of habitat and the loss of biodiversity, and the “twists and turns of my personal quest for wildness”...

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Registration Open for Online Permaculture Design Course

September 9 to October 24, 2013 - Department of Horticulture's distance learning program is offering an online course.....

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Undergrads Thrive in Hairston Lab

Paige Kulling ’14 peers into a beaker of algae, food for the Daphnia whose genes she studies in the lab of Nelson Hairston, the Frank H.T. Rhodes Professor of Environmental Science, for her honors thesis...

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Support Organic Ag Education at Dilmun Hill

Join the online fundraiser to improve their outdoor teaching facilities...

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Assailed for Views on Fracking, Rep. Tom Reed Tells Ithacans He Is Fighting for America

Tom Reed was assailed at a town hall meeting for advocating fracking...

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Op Ed: Want to Save the Planet? Save Farms First

Biogas can be produced from an anaerobic process utilizing sewage, manure or the gas from landfills...

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Op Ed: Science, Philosophy Both Matter in Fracking Decision

Cornell trustee and doctoral candidate voices his opinion on fracking...

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Thursday's Deluge Damages Cornell Dam

Thursday evening’s heavy rains demolished a section of the dam between the top of Ithaca Falls and the Stewart Avenue bridge...