Daily Archives: June 5, 2008


If you’ve read or watched the news lately, you’ve probably come across some article, snippet or sound bite related to oil and oil prices. Even in your daily routines, there’s a good chance of someone mentioning it. Whether it’s in … Continue reading

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Ground Water Pollution

Ground water is a resource found under the earth’s surface. Most ground water comes from rain and melting snow soaking into the ground. Water fills the spaces between rocks and soils, making an “aquifer”. (See Watershed Graphic.) About half of … Continue reading

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Masai Tribe

The Masai are a very famous warrior tribe in Kenya whose lives center around herding cattle. They live in small settlements of 8-15 huts per kraal. Their settlements are surrounded by a thornbush fence as an added form of protection. … Continue reading

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