Issue Date: 2013-09

Environews: September 2013

Hero beavers released in Uinta mountains; Stewart denies air pollution science; Sen. Lee attacks bicycle funds; Anti tar sands activists at work; Roads in the

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Action Camp!

As a longtime activist I did not expect to be blown away by the Canyon Country Action Camp held for a week in July at

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Let Them Eat Carp

Before the well-known and respected Wasatch Community Gardens, which offers opportunities for people to learn about urban agriculture, there was Wasatch Fish and Gardens. For

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Bokashi Composting

About five years ago I read about bokashi on the internet and started using the bokashi composting method to improve the soil in my vegetable

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Homestep

Going to work to make money, driving to the grocery store and dealing with a terrible vibe and assault on the senses to buy a

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The Tick Factor

Ticks are like little vampires. Teeny, tiny, little vampires, with a creepy-cool spidey sense that tells them when a host is approaching. Like their spider

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Chakra Series: Chakra Six

Through the fifth chakra we experienced the vibrations of sound. Through the sixth, carried on the vibrations of light, we can transcend physical limitation and

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