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Botany

Botany

Throughout the course of the fall 2017 semester as a class, we have collected numerous wildflowers native of the northeastern states for our herbariums. In addition to this, we started individual gardens in early November. After weeks of caring and nurturing each of our gardens, we were presented with the opportunity to take our plants home or leave them in our campus greenhouse. I have personally decided to leave my plants in the campus greenhouse as I will be around…

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The First Step is Admitting We Have a Problem

The First Step is Admitting We Have a Problem

Water is an item which we, as humans, need in order to sustain our lives. That statement is something you learn in your very early years of life due to its high impact on you as a person. In order to function on a daily basis, you need water. Now that we have established your necessity for this item, we can establish its importance in other ways. Water, I’m sure you know, makes up 75 percent of earth’s surface ….

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What Can You Do?

What Can You Do?

Water: A required Resource As discussed in problem identification, water is a resource that keeps us alive. Without adequate access to a clean and sufficient water source, humans will not survive. In addition diving outside the realm of human-based needs, many species and organisms need an unpolluted water source. Areas all over the world such as Argentina, Ohio, Bangladesh, Philippines, Italy, Indonesia, Brazil, China, and India are places with the worst river pollution in the world . Pollution is much…

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Organization in the Spotlight

Organization in the Spotlight

  In previous posts, there has been an emphasis on the issues surrounding our world’s water crisis. A common discussion point of those posts is the accessibility to the many water sources inhabiting earth. With an ever-increasing population, the earth has attempted to sustain this growing population with a constant desire and need for water. This becomes difficult when larger countries are carelessly depleting and taking advantage of their easier access to water. When the word ‘water’ is continuously presented…

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