Twenty years ago, Gettysburg was so overgrown, visitors literally had to trudge through forests to experience legendary spots on the battlefield. So the National Park Service decided to do something (epic) about it.
Author Dianne Glave talks about how black Americans can reclaim their environmental heritage.
New limits on phosophorus runoff could help reduce toxic algae blooms in Lake Erie.
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