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“The Lorax”: Prophetic Warning or Poor Forest Management?

“The Lorax”: Prophetic Warning or Poor Forest Management?

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 31, 2018 8

“Way back in the days when the grass was still green and the pond was still wet and the clouds were still clean … .” So starts the tale the “Once-ler” tells in the

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Our Best Public Land Defenders Have Feathers, Fins or Fur

Our Best Public Land Defenders Have Feathers, Fins or Fur

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 10, 2018 0

Saving natural and wild areas from development and for the use of people like you and me is usually thought to be thanks to endeavors such as national park unit designations, wilderness area nominations or

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Help Protect Alaska’s Bears from the Pebble Mine!

Help Protect Alaska’s Bears from the Pebble Mine!

Nick Grossman June 18, 2018 1

It’s exactly the kind of wild natural scenery you envision when you picture “Alaska”—snow-capped peaks towering above a placid creek that gently winds its way through a verdant valley in the remote wilderness of

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Natural Habitat Adventures Earns Climate Champion Award

Natural Habitat Adventures Earns Climate Champion Award

Natural Habitat Adventures May 28, 2018 0

We’re pleased to announce that Natural Habitat Adventures was recently presented with a Climate Champion Award from Hemlock Printing in recognition of our ongoing commitment to reducing greenhouse gases. The printing of our 2018

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Dog “Detectives” Sniff Out Water Pollution

Dog “Detectives” Sniff Out Water Pollution

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 22, 2018 3

For thousands of years, dogs have been our best friends, our sources of comfort and happiness, and even our aids in helping to save threatened species. But now, they’re finding new employment opportunities in

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Could We Have Done More to Help Save the Northern White Rhino?

Could We Have Done More to Help Save the Northern White Rhino?

Ben Bressler March 26, 2018 0

During a recent coffee talk in our Boulder, Colorado office, a new Operations team member asked whether I had any regrets over the 30-plus years since I founded Nat Hab. “Besides wearing socks with

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