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A proposed new strategy for reducing the annual "dead zone" off Louisiana's Gulf coast relies heavily on river water diversions to remove nutrients that deplete oxygen levels to the point they no longer support aquatic life.
Volunteers for the Northlake Nature Center plan to plant more than 1,000 longleaf pine seedlings in areas of St. Tammany Parish that were heavily damaged by pine beetles in the 1990s and then hurt again by hurricanes in 2005.
When it comes to milk, government isn't interested in your health. The red tape imposed on this breakfast favorite isn't just there to ensure dairy products aren't spoiled. Rather, the rules intentionally limit competition and keep prices high.