Tag Archives: wetland species

Biodiversity under the bridge: Wetland conservation in suburbia

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.   ~Margaret Mead I’ve been working at Watsonville High School twice a week for the last two years … Continue reading

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Connecting the dots

Habitats change over time: flowers bloom, turn to fruit, and then die; leaves go from green to brown; bare patches of ground made by gophers get covered in grasses; pools once teeming with plants dry up; wildfires periodically turn lush … Continue reading

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Into the ditch, dear friends!

I receive this awesome publication called Conservation Magazine. Basically, they take all the best and more interesting conservation research articles and summarize them with nice editorials and gorgeous graphics. A lot of the articles they discuss relate to biodiversity surviving … Continue reading

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