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Stories from the FieldNews

BLM photo: Trinidad School teacher Stephanie Strasser reads to her third graders during an outing on public lands.

BLM-California: 'Hands on Land' Benefiting Teacher and Her Pupils

FRI, AUGUST 22, 2014, 09:59 AM EST

A primary school teacher on California’s spectacular North Coast has been inspired by the beauty of the public lands to develop a "place-based" curriculum to expose her pupils to the wonders of the great outdoors. Read More ( >

The 2014 salt marsh interns, Christine Burns and Megan Kelsall, at an invasive pepperweed workshop.

USFWS: 'What the Heck is a Salt Marsh Intern?'

FRI, AUGUST 22, 2014, 09:42 AM EST

That's what Christine Burns' younger sister wanted to know when she learned Christine was headed Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge in Maine for the summer. Here, Christine explains and tells us that it got her committed to coastal ecology. Read More ( >

NPS photo of sign: 30th anniversary of Illinois and Michigan NHA

NPS: Illinois and Michigan Canal National Heritage Corridor Turns 30 Years Old

FRI, AUGUST 22, 2014, 09:35 AM EST

Thirty years ago, community and National Park Service leaders conceived the National Heritage Area designation while looking for a new approach to conserve and develop the historic Illinois and Michigan Canal. This launched a national movement. Read More ( >

Landsat image: Great Salt Lakes

USGS Science Feature - Landsat and Water: Using Space to Advance Resource Solutions

FRI, AUGUST 22, 2014, 09:16 AM EST

A recent White House-led assessment found that Landsat is among the nation’s most critical Earth observing systems, second only to GPS and weather. A new USGS study provides examples of why Landsat is so valuable. Read More ( >

Logo for WaterSmart

Six Organizations to Establish or Expand Watershed Activities Using Key Funding Assistance from Reclamation

FRI, AUGUST 22, 2014, 08:54 AM EST

Bureau of Reclamation Acting Commissioner Lowell Pimley announced that $496,337 in WaterSMART Cooperative Watershed Management Program funding will be made available for six groups to establish or expand a watershed group. Read More ( >