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Americans struggle through a day in the recession 2.5.2009 Boston Globe: Connecticut
It's a rainy spring morning and Tamara Ogier plants herself at a table in a Spartan room in the Atlanta federal courthouse, computer and tape recorder at hand, ready to hear another day's stories of financial ruin.
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How "The NAFTA Flu" Exploded 1.5.2009 Truthout - All Articles
Smithfield farms fled US environmental laws to open a gigantic pig farm in Mexico, and all we Got was this lousy swine flu. US and Mexico authorities claim that neither knew about the "swine flu" outbreak until April 24. But after hundreds of residents of a town in Veracruz, Mexico, came down with its symptoms, the story had already hit the Mexican national press by April 5. The daily La Jornada : "Clouds of flies emanate from the rusty lagoons where the Carroll Ranches business tosses the fecal wastes of its pig farms, ...
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Gleaning bears fruit for food banks, poor families 30.4.2009 Boston Globe: Latest
A growing army of needy people and volunteers are descending on farms, fields and backyards across the nation in search of leftover produce that might otherwise go to waste.
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Gleaning bears fruit for food banks, poor families 30.4.2009 Seattle Times: Nation & World
A growing army of needy people and volunteers are descending on farms, fields and backyards across the nation in search of leftover produce that might otherwise go to waste.
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Nourishing leftovers: Gleaning bears fruit for food banks, poor families hurt by recession 30.4.2009 Star Tribune: Nation
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New swine flu infections intensify travel fears 29.4.2009 Boston Globe: Latest
A global hunt for swine flu turned up new infections all around the world on Tuesday, and frightened governments warned people to stay away from Mexico, where up to 159 people have died.
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Raccoons found not guilty of their Nazi association - Feature 28.4.2009 Earth Times
Kassel, Germany - Practically all the half million raccoons which infest the forests and parks of Central Europe are believed to descend from just four animals released in the woods near the German city of Kassel in the Nazi period. Raccoons have nev...
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Balducci’s Makes a Quiet Exit From Manhattan 27.4.2009 NY Times: Most Emailed
Some viewed the closing of the World War II-era gourmet market as tragic, others as a necessary corrective in these newly pared-back times.
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Balducci’s Makes a Quiet Exit From Manhattan 27.4.2009 NY Times: Most Emailed
Some viewed the closing of the World War II-era gourmet market as tragic, others as a necessary corrective in these newly pared-back times.
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Arkansas reclaims its status as the Bear State 25.4.2009 Boston Globe: Latest
The bear cub could be heard but remained unseen among the barren trees and dried leaves blanketing the forest floor.
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Arkansas reclaims its status as the Bear State 25.4.2009 Seattle Times: Nation & World
The bear cub could be heard but remained unseen among the barren trees and dried leaves blanketing the forest floor.
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Doug & Andrea Peacock on Montana's Grizzly Bears, the Late Edward Abbey and the Fight to Save the Wilderness 23.4.2009 Democracy Now!
We speak with environmentalists Doug and Andrea Peacock. Doug Peacock is a longtime naturalist, adventurer and writer. His books include Grizzly Years: In Search of the American Wilderness. He was a close friend of the late writer Edward Abbey. One of Abbey's most famous characters, Hayduke, from his book The Monkey Wrench Gang, was based partly on Doug Peacock. Andrea Peacock is an independent journalist who has covered Montana politics and western environmental news for several years. [includes rush transcript]
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Doug & Andrea Peacock on Montana's Grizzly Bears, the Late Edward Abbey and the Fight to Save the Wilderness 23.4.2009 Democracy Now!
We speak with environmentalists Doug and Andrea Peacock. Doug Peacock is a longtime naturalist, adventurer and writer. His books include Grizzly Years: In Search of the American Wilderness. He was a close friend of the late writer Edward Abbey. One of Abbey's most famous characters, Hayduke, from his book The Monkey Wrench Gang, was based partly on Doug Peacock. Andrea Peacock is an independent journalist who has covered Montana politics and western environmental news for several years. [includes rush transcript]
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Doug & Andrea Peacock on Montana's Grizzly Bears, the Late Edward Abbey and the Fight to Save the Wilderness 23.4.2009 Democracy Now!
We speak with environmentalists Doug and Andrea Peacock. Doug Peacock is a longtime naturalist, adventurer and writer. His books include Grizzly Years: In Search of the American Wilderness. He was a close friend of the late writer Edward Abbey. One of Abbey's most famous characters, Hayduke, from his book The Monkey Wrench Gang, was based partly on Doug Peacock. Andrea Peacock is an independent journalist who has covered Montana politics and western environmental news for several years. [includes rush transcript]
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Tough winter might reduce deer harvest 23.4.2009 Duluth News Tribune
  A moderate to severe winter in Northeastern Minnesota probably will result in more restrictive deer management this fall, said Tom Rusch, Department of Natural Resources area wildlife manager at Tower.   MINNESOTA SURPLUS & OUTFITTERS - Ends May 31, 2009 ...
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Green on campus: An Earth Day cross-Canada survey 23.4.2009 rabble.ca - News for the rest of us
Our student union at Ryerson University made environmental initiatives a top priority this year and, as students, we love that. But we were curious to know what environmental advocacy was taking place on other campuses across Canada. In fall 2008, David Suzuki went across the country visiting different universities telling students why they need to get active for sustainability now. So, we asked the questions: what are student unions doing for major provincial environmental issues, as well as for their campuses? After contacting one college or university from every province and territory, we found that most student unions take on micro-local environmental initiatives rather than provincial ...
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Earth Day and Earth Week events around Colorado 22.4.2009 Denver Post: Local
Earth Day is observed today, April 22, but there are also events planned through the weekend: TODAY "Worldwide Declines and Extinctions of Amphibians," a lecture by intergrative physiology ...
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Fox, not coyote, roved Chatham 21.4.2009 The Daily Record: Local
A wild animal that prompted numerous calls to Chatham police last week was a sick red fox -- not a coyote, as was initially reported.
Making California pistachios safe again 21.4.2009 LA Times: Opinion
A legislator proposes a plan to better protect the crop from pathogens.

In the spring of 2004, five years before pistachios grown in the San Joaquin Valley became tainted with salmonella, health investigators were hunting for the same deadly bacteria in the same stretch of our state -- this time in the almond orchards.

Making California pistachios safe again 21.4.2009 LA Times: Commentary
A legislator proposes a plan to better protect the crop from pathogens.

In the spring of 2004, five years before pistachios grown in the San Joaquin Valley became tainted with salmonella, health investigators were hunting for the same deadly bacteria in the same stretch of our state -- this time in the almond orchards.

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