Diversity is our Strength — U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Welcome to the most wonderful agency in government. As Deputy Director of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, I witness what a diversified team can accomplish every day. From our successes in the wake of the recent Gulf oil spill to meeting today’s conservation challenges head-on, our strength is in the diversity of our people. […]

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Oil Pipeline Leak Repaired In “Innovative” Way According To Congressman

this we get a hearing a in front of Congress in for the house Natural Resources Subcommittee on fisheries wildlife oceans and insular affairs what are my favorite committees subcommittees know a matt said testified nomads it is the vice president of a group called Defenders of Wildlife and he came onto say that there […]

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What really happens to the plastic you throw away – Emma Bryce

This is the story of three plastic bottles, empty and discarded. Their journeys are about to diverge with outcomes that impact nothing less than the fate of the planet. But they weren’t always this way. To understand where these bottles end up, we must first explore their origins. The heroes of our story were conceived […]

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History 101: The Protestant Reformation | National Geographic

– [Narrator] The Protestant Reformation of the 16th century shook the very foundation of Europe’s cultural identity. The Reformation was a revolution of religion in western Europe. Essentially, it was the result of centuries worth of political and social grievances against the Christian Church as it existed. Christianity, which began as a fledgling religion in […]

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Building a Better Bin…Reducing Impacts of Monofilament Line By Using Recycle Bins

Graphic Of Sign “Reel In and Recycle” U.S. FIsh and Wildlife Service Emblem Animation Opening scenes of people building fishing line recycle bins from pvc pipe parts. US Fish and Wildlife Service Director Ashe: We’re here at BoatUS putting together monofilament (fishing line)recycling containers to help clean America’s waterways, and do great things for fish, […]

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