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The Seed Site briefly goes over the conditions a seed needs to be successful, then talks about how seeds are spread. Pictures below the written statement link you to explanations…
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The Forest Service provides up to date pollinator news and links that define pollination, explain plant pollination strategies and teach pollinator-friendly practices, to name a few.
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Marietta College defines three types of symbiosis (parasitism, commensalism, and mutalism) and gives detailed examples of each.
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Beaver Solutions outlines the benefits of beavers to both humans and their ecosystems.
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David Suzuki overviews the life of a salmon and provides a new perspective on its status as a keystone species.
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The purpose of this publication is to show how conservation agriculture can increase crop production while reducing erosion and reversing soil fertility decline, improving rural livelihoods and restoring the environment…
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The video and companion guide discuss what all plants need: water, sun and space. In order for plants to move to new locations and resources, they have adapted to disperse…
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This brief article about carrying capacity defines the term and explains what has happened when people tried to use farming techniques in they thought were effective, but did not pay…
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This website, created by The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, discusses the impact of population growth on a country's ability to feed its inhabitants.
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This website and video, created by The Center for Biological Diversity, demonstrate the link between human population increase and mass extinction rates.
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