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On Earth Day, ground was broken on a new project that will reconnect two wildlife habitats in California. The Wallis Anneberg Wildlife Crossing will be the largest in the world. And once it's complete, it will provide essential access for mountain lions, deer, and many other species to breed and hunt between two mountain ranges that the freeway runs between.
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The Amazon rainforest has long been known for its exotic species and immense biodiversity. But there are some places that even the boldest scientists can't get to. At least not on their own. In The Last Tepui, a world-renown scientist teams up with a fearless rock climber to explore a new habitat hidden in the sky.
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Did you know that traditional, perfectly manicured lawns are often harmful to wildlife? Because well-maintained grass is often treated with pesticides and lacks a diversity of plant life, lawns are hard places for bees to thrive. By participating in No Mow May, you can give pollinators a leg up during one of their most important seasons!
What We're Doing This Month...
Celebrating the return of summer
From The Blog...
Eco-Friendly Spring Cleaning: Do's And Don'ts
Approach your yearly reset consciously with tips that will help you refresh without feeding the landfill in the process.
Care Guide: How To Use + Care For Our Cleaning Tools
These aren't like your typical cleaning tools– and for good reason. This is everything you need to know to keep your plastic-free sponges, brushes, and dishcloths looking great.
One Last Bit Of Good News...