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Woman Pulls Hilarious Plant-Watering Prank On Husband Years After Her Death
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Melania Trump Orders Large Portion Of Historic White House Tree Removed Due To Decay
The first lady made the call after learning that the Jackson Magnolia, planted in 1835, was a safety hazard.
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As Climate Change Threatens Food Supplies, Seed Saving Is An Ancient Act Of Resilience
Sarah van Gelder
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Botanists Say There's No Such Thing As Vegetables, And We're Shook
Julie R. Thomson
Then what have we been eating all this time?
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Arctic Doomsday Seed Vault Gets Doused By Climate Change
The entrance of the "last-chance" food source was flooded recently.
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Scientists Say Plants Use Sound To Find Water And Ultimately Survive
"We found that roots were able to locate a water source by sensing the vibrations generated by water moving inside pipes."
GP-Write And The Future Of Biology
Future of Life Institute
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"This project not only changes the way the world works, but it changes the way we work in the world."
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Marching For Science And For The Future
MariaElena Zavala, Ph.D.
Professor of Biology
We must not jeopardize the future of our species and the planet by short-sighted, politically expedient acts.
Fridge-Sized Device That Grows Pot May Be Greatest Appliance Since The Microwave
Ain't science green, er, grand?
Iowa City's Sustainability Showcase: Gaia's Peace Garden Blooms As Model Urban Oasis
Tucked away at the end of a residential cul-de-sac in Iowa City, just south of Interstate 80 and growing suburbs, the daffodils
At Least 15 Percent Of The World’s Tree Species Are Under Threat Of Extinction
More than 60,000 species are currently living. Many of them are in trouble, according to the world's first global trees database.
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California's Super Bloom Trampled By Hordes Of Overeager Visitors
Prime lake trail was shut as environmentalists assessed damage, added staff to protect wildflowers.
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