A University of Missouri Raptor Rehabilitation Project volunteer shows a live red-tailed hawk named Emma to children during Fort Leonard Wood's Earth Day at Nutter Field House April 26. Volunteers discussed other birds of prey, their behavior and their significance to the environment. 18 booths from various organizations around Missouri assisted Fort Leonard Wood in celebrating Earth Day. More … [Read more...] about Installation celebrates Earth Day
Free event at Nutter Field House features hands-on activities, displays, more What are the best ways to ensure clean air, fresh water, healthy forests and diverse wildlife? The answers to these and many other questions about the natural world and humanity’s place in it will be on display April 26, when Fort Leonard Wood holds its 2019 Earth Day event from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Nutter Field … [Read more...] about FLW celebrates Earth Day April 26
Photos and interviews by Sam Campbell “We keep our house at about 65 (degrees) in the winter, and in the summer we keep it at about 72 (degrees). We (keep) all the lights off, and all the doors are closed to the rooms we (aren’t using).” “I built (my home) with two-by-six construction, so I could have added insulation. From there, I installed heat pumps, which make use of heat transfer, … [Read more...] about Viewpoint: How do you conserve energy at home?