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“Our internet cut out just as they said we got first,” team captain Austin Jones said. “Then our other team member who wasn’t on the bus was texting us freaking out.”

Garfield-Palouse High School team to attend National Envirothon Competition

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter June 18, 2021

Garfield-Palouse High School recently took first place in the Washington State Envirothon Competition and will go on to compete in nationals July 25-31.  The team consists of five students, said Mark...

Cities in the Palouse region — including Pullman, Moscow, Colfax, Albion and Palouse — receive water from two aquifers. The deeper aquifer, the Grande Ronde, is used by all the cities.

Water alternatives address aquifer depletion

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen deputy news editor April 22, 2021

As the two aquifers beneath Pullman and Moscow continue to be depleted, local conservationists are exploring potential alternative water sources for the region. “Our water level is declining, and...

Top trophy hunting countries in Africa based on proportion of hunters visiting. Regulating animal populations through trophy hunting is necessary for the well-being of human lives.

Kill or be Killed

Kill or be killed: that’s the reality for many families in villages in the African country of Botswana in the two years following the illegalization of trophy hunting.Animals such as lions and elephants...

The winner of the Global Case Competition, Team Verde, plans to educate catadores - waste pickers - on the best techniques for finding recyclable plastic. Team members would also like to implement neighborhood cleanups and school-wide recycling competitions.

Competition curbs waste

Phil Harris | wikimedia commons April 13, 2015
A team of WSU students has the opportunity to travel to Manaus, Brazil after winning the Global Case Competition for its solutions to eliminate plastic waste. These ideas will be implemented by students in Manaus to conserve the area’s natural beauty and promote environmental sustainability.
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