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(The Missourian) SCHS Student Wins State Science Award
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St. Clair High School student, Hannah Krouper, who is involved with the Tech Trunk program at the Danforth Center, captured top honors late last month at the Missouri Department of Conservation Discovery Nature School State Science Fair, and also has earned a trip to the Genius Olympiad in New York state.
and manage the forest, fish and wildlife resources of the state and to facilitate and provide, , and wildlife resources throughout the state; manage lands held in public trust and associated infrastructure to ensure continued benefit to citizens and to forest, fish, and wildlife resources; ensure
St. Louis Conservation Thought Leaders Featured at Summer Conversations Program
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Join us at the Danforth Center on Thursday, June 11, 2015!
Roeslein, CEO of Roeslein Associates Rudi is an advocate for prairie and wildlife restoration, he, provide countless benefits to people, nature and wildlife if restored to native grasslands. Follow
St. Louis Conservation Thought Leaders Featured at Summer Conversations Program
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Let’s Talk About… Prairies, Conservation and Energy
accomplishment. Rudi Roeslein, CEO of Roeslein Associates Rudi is an advocate for prairie and wildlife, land that could provide countless benefits to people, nature and wildlife if restored to native
Preserving Natural Resources for Future Generations
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“We share a mutual responsibility as stewards of this Earth,” stated Nathaniel. “Stewardship of mother Earth is part of our collective and individual duty. We are all in this together.”

Preserving Natural Resources for Future Generations, At the first program of the 2015 Conversations Series Nathaniel Reed, a founding member and vice chairman of the Everglades Foundation shared colorful stories about his efforts to advance protection of the environment that began in the 1960s, including his service as assistant secretary of the U.S. Department of the Interior for Fish, Wildlife, wildlife as well as plant diversity. Reed was joined on stage by panelists Eric Eikenberg, CEO
2015 Conversation Series Opens with Discussion About Conservation
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The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center's Conversation Series will kickoff the 2015 series on Thursday, April 16, 2015. 
Governors as Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Department of the Interior for Fish, Wildlife and Parks, to restore natural ecosystems, protect wildlife and curb air and water pollution. In 2008 he, and recent news. Source: National Wildlife Federation , (Collection), (Collection)
The Future of Food in a Wealthier, Warmer World
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Join us March 8 for Conversations #ConvoSTL
, Senior Vice President, Markets & Food for the World Wildlife Fund, and Allison Miller Ph.D.
Water Sustainability for Global Agriculture
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A day for water and water for sustainable development 

Water Sustainability for Global Agriculture, Issue 1 By the year 2050, agriculture will need to produce 50% more food globally, and 100% more in developing countries to feed a population predicted to reach nine billion. Globally, agriculture currently uses nearly 70% of the world’s fresh water, primarily for irrigation. Inefficient use of water for crop production depletes aquifers, reduces river flows, degrades wildlife habitats, and has caused salinization of 20% of the global irrigated
Influential Environmental Advocates Open 2015 Conversations Series
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Let's Talk About... From the Clean Water Act to Everglades Restoration: 40 Years of Conservation
for Fish, Wildlife and Parks in the Nixon and Ford administrations. Nathaniel has worked with numerous not-for-profit organizations to restore natural ecosystems, protect wildlife and curb air and water
The Plant Pulse February 25, 2011
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The Plant Pulse is a new feature of the Danforth Center Roots and Shoots Blog that will include a sampling of interesting stories about world hunger and malnutrition, food security, climate change, biofuels, agriculture, the environment, conferences ...
," said Jason Clay of the World Wildlife Fund at the annual meeting of the American Association
The Plant Pulse April 20, 2012
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Robots in need of names The St. Louis Beacon The Danforth Center is spotlighting the arrival of these robots because they represent what Mockler calls “enabling technology.” The human genome project is a result of such enabling technology. Scie ...
wildlife and humans alike — but their wood is rot-resistant and fast-growing, Powell said, which