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2013-05-23 16:22:00

City leaders and community partners revitalize Cincinnati's blighted river corridor CINCINNATI, May 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Mayor Mark Mallory will dedicate the Mill Creek Edible Forest Garden in Cincinnati along the Mill Creek River. The revitalization project is part of The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company and The U.S. Conference of Mayors nationwide GRO1000 garden and green spaces program. Once declared "the most endangered urban river in North America," the Mill Creek will be...

2010-03-24 15:10:00

Birds uniquely adapted to cool, dry summers IQALUIT -- Warmer, wetter weather in the Canadian Arctic could create problems for nesting seabirds, say a team of Canadian scientists who, between them, have spent over 7,000 days observing birds in the North. Arctic birds are uniquely adapted to survive in the cold, dry summers that mark the high Arctic. However, warmer temperatures are bringing more storm events, including incidents of heavy fog, rain, freezing rain, wet snow and stronger winds....