Once the weather starts to warm up, frogs and other amphibians will come out and play. Probably the easiest way to identify a frog is through the sounds they make. We put together a list of some species you can find in the US South. So next time you hear a “ribbit” you can tell […]
Over the course of the trip: hustling from meeting to meeting, engaging with officials, delivering our presentation, Communications Director Scot Quaranda and I came to realize an important shift in the way conversation is taking place about the forests we call home. For too many years, the forests of the Southern United States have been sparsely recognized for their incredible contributions to biodiversity, mitigating climate change and improving the health and quality of our communities. Yet, as they begin to take center stage in the global debate over using our forests for fuel, Southern forests have finally begun to get the recognition they deserve.
The unnatural engineered traits of these GE trees would lead to unknown and potentially destructive impacts on soils, fungi, insects, wildlife, songbirds, and public health. Help us say no more to this unacceptable practice.