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Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow
Ever notice how just washing your hair seems to involve a lot of plastics and harsh chemicals? This week we are discussing “greener” shampoos and conditioners.Read More »
Don't Brush Me Off!
With the average person replacing a toothbrush every 3 to 4 months, over 1 billion toothbrushes are discarded every year in the U. S.Read More »
What to Do with the Empty Toothpaste Tube
What can I do with this empty tube? Our next Preservation Pointer continues to focus on empowering you to make small, but impactful changes to reduce waste in your own home.…Read More »
Buying Power to the People!
The weekly Preservation Pointer will be taking a bit of a different approach in the New Year.Read More »
How to Save the Dragons
If you’ve visited the Rosamond Gifford Zoo in the last year or so, you have probably seen Naga, our 8-year-old female Komodo dragon.Read More »
The Christmas Bird Count
The Christmas Bird count began in 1900 and has become one of the longest running wildlife censuses in the world, with more than 121 years of data recorded.Read More »
Plenty of Fish in the Sea?... Let's Help Keep it That Way!
For this week’s Preservation Pointer, we highlight World Fisheries Day.Read More »
Snow Leopards – A Keystone Species
Friday, October 23 is International Snow Leopard Day! A day celebrating the adoption of the Bishkek Declaration in 2013.Read More »
Halloween is Scary in More Ways Than One!
It’s Rainforest Awareness Week! For orangutans and many other endangered species living in tropical rainforests in Malaysia and Indonesia, every day can be scary.Read More »
Straws: Once on the Lips, Forever in our Oceans!
World Octopus day is celebrated on October 8 to highlight one of nature's most amazing animals! Octopuses are 8-armed wonders that possess 3 hearts, thousands of powerful suckers and remarkable…Read More »