Is This After Video Really From The Same Property?

Could an environmental wasteland left behind by an abandoned sawmill in Idaho’s Lower Coeur d’Alene Watershed actually be transformed into an oasis for wildlife fleeing nearby deadly landscapes? Could putting a permanent conservation easement on the site and spending more than a decade repairing and restoring the area really renew…

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Climate Change Urgency… For the Last 20 Years

The Nov. 30, 2015 New York Times headline “Citing Urgency, World Leaders Converge on France for Climate Talks” topped an article that said “One of the largest gatherings of world leaders in history began a multinational effort Monday toward forging what many called the planet’s last, best hope to stave…

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Damming the Species to Extinction

Chris Hunter writes this week from Montana of the collapse of the pallid sturgeon and what may be end for the species. With their remaining population estimated at only about 200 fish, a recent push for a $60 million concrete dam project in some of their only remaining habitat along…

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Big Data Tools for the Environment – Experience EcoBlu™ Analyst

The EcoBlu Analyst  is a new tool developed by Trout Headwaters, Inc. that provides project managers, investors, non-profits and government with the power of big data in a secure, low-cost and customizable interface.  First deployed for use by the National Mitigation Banking Association NMBA Mitigation Analyst Announcement, the product easily transforms hundreds of thousands of lines of…

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Working for Environmental Improvement …in Washington, D.C.

The National Mitigation Banking Association (NMBA) held its annual Fly-In March 27- 29 in Washington, D.C.  A record number of representatives from the mitigation banking community met with key regulatory personnel and Congressional Representatives to discuss rules and policies impacting the environment, restoration, and the mitigation banking industry. Trout Headwaters,…

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Elementary School Students Learn Importance of Trees to our Waterways

Yankee Engineer reports that for the past eight years, Gary Pelton, Biologist for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at the Upper Connecticut River Basin Office, has been recruiting elementary schools to help plant trees along the Black River near North Springfield Lake (Perkinsville, Vermont). In May 2010, 265 4th…

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