Saturday, February 27, 2010

Buffalo River in 1987

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Leslie Ann Green shows off a Caddo River smallmouth bass in 1990

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Green family finds Arkansas streams special

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old Arkansas Gazette outdoor page

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Nola Green was an accomplished wildflower writir

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Aubrey's father taught him to love and respect the outdoors

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Old photos highlight Little Missouri River and people who have loved it

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Thursday, February 25, 2010

Democracy Now video below shows hidden cost of hydraulic fracturing in search for fossil fuel

The morning of February 23, 2010, on Democracy Now (every weekday morning 7am CAT Ch. 18) Amy interviewed Josh Fox, the director of the new film, "Gasland."
He traveled about 10 states and discovered widespread pollution of groundwater by hydraulic fracturing. The or a connection to CCTF is the harm caused by the reckless search for additional fossil fuels. There are hidden costs in fracturing; the public needs to know the true costs in this and all energy sources. Also the corruption involved (another cost):

The 2005 Energy Bill exempted the natural-gas industry from the Safe Drinking Water Act especially to give free rein to fracking. Imagine the amount of money spent on campaign contributions and lobbying to produce that special corporate-interest legislature.

Dick Bennett

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Photo montage of World Peace Wetland Prairie a few blocks west of the National Cemetery in Fayetteville, Arkansas

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Montage by Lauren D. Hawkins with photos by Aubrey James Shepherd

Saturday, February 6, 2010

OMNI Center for Peace, Justice and Ecology invites all to open house from 3 to 6 p.m. today

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OMNI Center for Peace Justice and Ecology opens new house to all TODAY!
Office Phone: (479)935-4422
“OMNI Center for Peace, Justice & Ecology
educates and empowers people to actively
build a non-violent, sustainable and just world.”
February 2010
3:00—6:00 PM
3274 N. Lee Ave
You are invited to celebrate the dedication of
OMNI Center’s new building! Enjoy music, re-
freshments, good fellowship, speakers, and
tours! Learn more than 35 ways to be involved
in OMNI. Help build a culture of peace in an
earth restored, that includes everyone.
Will Be
Open House!

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Pair of mallard ducks flying north and west on March 12, 2008, where Hill Place student apartments now stand near intersection of Hill Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard

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