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A Train Comes to Churchill: Prime Minister <br> Rings in New Beginning

A Train Comes to Churchill: Prime Minister
Rings in New Beginning

Emily Goodheart Kautz November 2, 2018 2

In the winter of 2017, a three-day blizzard blanketed Churchill, a small town that sits on the edge of the Hudson Bay in the remote subarctic. As drifts reached rooftops and encompassed buses, residents

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There is Life in the Ice, and It’s Got a Message about Climate Change

There is Life in the Ice, and It’s Got a Message about Climate Change

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 9, 2018 1

Scientists have long considered polar ice to be an extreme environment; a sterile place within which nothing can survive. But new evidence shows that there are living bacteria in Arctic and Antarctic ice and

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Our New 2019 Catalog: Change for the Better

Our New 2019 Catalog: Change for the Better

Natural Habitat Adventures September 3, 2018 10

“Travel changes you. As you move through this life and this world, you change things slightly, you leave marks behind, however small. And in return, life—and travel—leaves marks on you.” — Anthony Bourdain I’m

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Nat Hab Supports Community Agriculture in Local Food Desert

Nat Hab Supports Community Agriculture in Local Food Desert

Natural Habitat Adventures August 9, 2018 0

Have you ever heard the phrase, “food desert”? Most of us at Natural Habitat Adventures weren’t aware that there was a food desert so close to our Colorado headquarters until our spring volunteer day

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Announcing the Monarch Butterfly Scholarship Grant!

Announcing the Monarch Butterfly Scholarship Grant!

Nick Grossman August 6, 2018 0

Are you involved in environmental education, or do you know someone who is? Natural Habitat Adventures is now accepting applications for its 2019 Monarch Butterfly Scholarship Grant! The grant will award two qualified teachers

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The Surprising, Four Best Things You Can Do to Combat Climate Change

The Surprising, Four Best Things You Can Do to Combat Climate Change

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 1, 2018 0

Perhaps no issue defines our Anthropocene Age more than climate change. The topic has been in news headlines for more than four decades now, ever since U.S. scientist Wallace Broecker put the term global warming into

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