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LISTEN: Community, justice, and legacy along the Patuxent River

"The way to connect to these rivers is through the communities that are connected to these rivers."

Let’s lend our ears to Fred Tutman, the Patuxent Riverkeeper in Upper Marlboro, Maryland.

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LISTEN: Protecting Hawaii’s marine ecosystem

Let's lend ourselves to Jennifer Vander Veur, a marine biologist and conservationist working to protect Hawaii's coral reef and coastal ecosystems.

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LISTEN: A sanctuary for herbal healing

Let's lend our senses to the bird song of Sacred Roots Herbal Sanctuary in West Virginia.
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LISTEN: Simple experiences in the Everglades

Let's lend our senses to Denise Diaz, Park Ranger at Everglades National Park in Southwest Florida.
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LISTEN: Respecting Earth and Indigeneity in the Grand Canyon

Let's lend our ears to Daniel Pawlak, the Cultural Demonstrator Program Manager at Grand Canyon National Park.
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LISTEN: Alaskan quietude

Let's lend our ears to Davyd Betchkal, a soundscape specialist located just outside of Denali National Park in Alaska.

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LISTEN: A trip down the crooked river

Let's listen into the babbling sounds of the Cuyahoga River with Jane Goodman.

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LISTEN: The yoga of beekeeping

The yoga of beekeeping

Let's take a moment and lend our senses to Brian Peterson-Roest as he spotlights the world of beekeeping in the big city.

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Testing finds concerning chemicals in everything from sports bras to ketchup, including in brands labeled PFAS-free.

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Car tire chemicals are killing salmon and steelhead

The chemical 6PPD, added to tires to prevent degradation, is causing a “complete breakdown of the blood brain barrier” in fish, a new study found.