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Seed Saving in the Great Lakes

The earth’s environment is constantly changing. Extreme weather patterns, over-exploited ecosystems, lost habitats, and human carelessness constantly threaten the stability of plant biodiversity. As data becomes more widely available to understand and address global climate issues, many innovators are focusing on conservation and sustainability practices. Conservation techniques, like the creation of seed banks and exchange [...]

Can Robots Save Our Planet? Yes, and Here’s How.

Once the stuff of science fiction, robots are helping humans do nearly everything better and faster. Since the Industrial Revolution, automation has reshaped the manufacturing industry in places all over the world, doing repetitive jobs that free up humans for more creative endeavors. Factories are investing in automated technology. The use of drones has reshaped [...]

Hunting with Titan

My favorite time of year, without a doubt, is bird season in Upper Michigan. Though I enjoy many different outdoor activities, such as walking, kayaking and camping, nothing beats an afternoon in the field alongside my pointing dog, Titan. Altogether fun and incredibly rewarding, bird hunting with my dog is more than a mere pastime [...]

2017-06-19T15:24:39+00:00May 15th, 2017|Blog, Conservation, David Kinnear|0 Comments