New Playground Opens in Bedford-Stuyvesant, NYC
September 14, 2004 08:14 PM - Trust for Public Land

Today representatives from the nonprofit Trust for Public Land (TPL) were joined by students at P.S/I.S. 25 in Bedford-Stuyvesant at a dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony officially opening the school's new playground.

Important Mangrove Action Project Fundraising News Items
September 14, 2004 08:11 PM - Mangrove Action Project

You can help MAP match a $5,000 grant from two long time supporters. If you donate now to MAP the value of your contribution will be matched till we reach our goal of $10,000!

IFAW aids Florida hurricane animal victims
September 14, 2004 08:01 PM - IFAW

IFAW's Emergency Relief team has rushed to aid animals displaced or orphaned by hurricanes Charley, Frances and Ivan.

Could Beer Coasters Really Help Save the Great Lakes?
September 14, 2004 07:20 PM - Biodiversity Project

The Great Lakes coastline is famous for its rocky beaches, sandy dunes, recreation, and, if one Wisconsin conservation group gets its way, its educational beer coasters.

More Dams Spell Further Decline of Asia's Longest River
September 14, 2004 07:16 PM - World Resources Institute

The Yangtze River basin in China is home to about 322 species of fish and 169 species of amphibians, creating a series of diverse ecosystems that rely primarily on the flow of Asia's longest river.

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