Christeen Klemp

This text briefly introduces the content in the page.

Texas springs in crisis: New study highlights overwhelming increase in dry springs

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 Public Domain New research from The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment at Texas State University uncovers a concerning decline in the state’s groundwater resources, finding that the number of dry springs has nearly tripled since the early 1980s. Co-authored by Robert E. Mace, Ph.D., Meadows Center Executive Director, and Nohemi Galaviz

Foraging walk near Chicago beach teaches residents about edible plants they didn’t know grew in the heart of the city

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 Public Domain Professional forager Dave Odd confidently declared he could start a Sunday tour at Wilson Skate Park by identifying five edible plants right underneath his feet. Taking a step forward, he pointed to a dandelion and called it “the most obvious” edible plant. Growing in every temperate zone, some sort of dandelion

Do you want to boost your business today?

This is your chance to invite visitors to contact you. Tell them you’ll be happy to answer all their questions as soon as possible.

Learn how we helped 100 top brands gain success