Twenty-four kids and a handful of parents stand on a rocky island on the ambling Yuba River. One of the adults reaches into the chilly water and pulls out a very large, very dead fish. He holds it up with both hands. Eyes widen. Noses wrinkle.
- National Association of Science Writers (NASW)
- Northern California Science Writers Association
- As Offshore Wind Ramps Up, Scientists Flag Potential ImpactsOffshore wind farms can create their own local […]
- Gentle Robots Made From Brown Seaweed to Explore Fragile Marine EnvironmentsBiodegradable soft robots made from brown seaweed and […]
- Can We Desalinate Water without All the Mess?A new generation of small, modular, mobile, […]
- Farming to Save WaterWater experts seek new ways to capture groundwater. […]
- Saving the RainFlooding our fields helps store water in belowground […]
I'll notify you when I publish new blog posts.