Scientist S. Perl Egendorf aims to bring STEM skills and soil expertise to urban communities that need it the most.
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These soil scientists aim to improve the health of one of the most overlooked resources on Earth – and we’re awarding $5,000 grants to support them.
Claudia Christine Avila brings her Mexican-American roots to her research – and believes cultural appreciation for land makes a difference.
In North Carolina, Julia Janson is researching the impact of rising sea levels on soil and helping multigenerational farming families adjust to changing times.
In Kansas, Elizabeth Koziol has turned a fondness for fungus into a thriving business, MycoBloom.
Scientist Lydia Jennings is leading an effort to improve Native lands traversed by gas pipelines and scarred by mining.
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Dr. Mary Claire Haver has used social media to educate women about hormonal transitions. Now, she’s launching ThePauseLife.com.
A new study from nonprofit She Should Run suggests that unpaid labor and elevated stress levels have rendered women too exhausted to take on political campaigns.
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A round-up of noteworthy wins from around the nation, from abortion protections to significant “firsts.”
The threat of school shootings has been a part of their lives since childhood. Today, they’re taking a stance.