Butterflies, honey bees, lightening bugs and ladybugs are all part of summer. But so are spiders and mosquitoes. Are bugs good? Are they bad? What do we really know about these amazing creatures?
Of the more than 9,000 known PFAS compounds, 600 are currently used in countless products for their stain and water repellant properties, including firefighting foam, cookware, cosmetics, carpet treatments, clothes, and even dental floss. Scientists call PFASs “forever chemicals” because their chemistry keeps them from breaking down under typical environmental conditions.
This is an introductory webinar to provide some background on the Colorado River, and the collection of documents governing management and operations on the River, collectively known as the Law of the River.
In October 2022, ELS is thrilled to welcome section members, panelists and guests back to Yosemite for our iconic Annual Conference. The August Book Club will explore Yosemite National Park’s long and painful history, which cannot be separated from its scenic beauty.