Eco Scoopers Aids the Dog Poop Problem

March 31, 2011 by  
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Photo holisticmonkey via flickr. Who knew that poop scooping was big business?

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Proposed Arkansas Coal-Fired Utility Plant Expansion Opposed By Hunters

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Contemplating what happens when the duck blind stays empty. Image credit: All images this post are by J.Laumer. As it has become fashionable among young people to criticize hunting – while all of us who care about the environment, hunters included, are under attack by well-funded radicals – I thought this would be a good time to remind TH readers that from Teddy Roosevelt to the present it’s been hunters who stood up first on behalf of conservation: leading to our National Parks and wildlife refuge system, for example..

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On The Way To The (Possibly) Great South Pacific Garbage Patch

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The boat skipper, Clive, showing us the route the boat is making. All photos: Paula Alvarado After a pause to get used to life on board a boat , TreeHugger Paula is back with details of the departure of the latest 5 Gyres trip. With the Valdivia forest surrounding us and a bright sky above us, we finally set sail joining the 5 Gyres project in the last of a series of expeditions to explore plastic pollution in the ocean…

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