(American Phytopathological Society) Healthy soil leads to productive and sustainable agriculture. Farmers who work with, not against, the soil can improve the resiliency of their land. Because of this, practices such as no-till and cover crops and topics such as regenerative agriculture and soil biology have become increasingly important in the agricultural conversation.
Almost every morning that it isn’t a blizzard, I try and get out and run for at least half an hour, longer on weekends. I’ve often joked that I’m trying to outrun old age. It turns out that it’s not…
Shadow climate change minister Mark Butler issued a plea last night to set aside public debates about climate change while communities were fighting for their lives and homes in the face of unprecedented bushfires. Speaking at the beginning of ABC…
Scientists Develop Sensor to Save Kids and Pets Left in VehiclesâAnd It’s So Cheap, It Could Be in Cars by 2020
The inexpensive radar system developed by the Waterloo researchers uses AI to detect children and pets in cars with 100% accuracy.
Red meat recommendations and meat from plants: Chan School Nutrition Department head Frank Hu talks about recent developments in diet.
Watch for them in the east before sunup on the mornings November 8, 9 and 10, 2019. Cool color contrast, and, yay … Mars is back!
Architect Appalled by ‘Horrible’ Homes Planned for Village Buys Land Herself to Design Attractive Eco-Houses
Rather than let developers build two ugly, expensive, inefficient houses, Fran Bradshaw, a determined architect bought the land to build eco-homes.