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Dustin Solberg
Writer, editor, dishwasher, sometimes fisherman in Alaska. Go sockeye! Chums, too!
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Matthew L. Miller Mar 13
The way we treat the soil is getting a makeover, and N. Dakota farmer Gabe Brown is helping lead the way. reviews Brown’s “Dirt to Soil.”
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The Nature Conservancy Mar 6
🌧☔🌧☔ All rainwater on city streets has to go somewhere. And because it does, it picks up pollutants and rolls toward rivers. In DC, there are efforts to prevent that from happening:
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Dustin Solberg Feb 23
Replying to @anita_nikolov
Anita! Yes I got your message about the reunion in Norway—sounds amazing and wonderful. For my family it’d be tricky in summer but let’s be in touch. Lost your email address! D
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Dustin Solberg Jan 15
I'd like to thank for publishing my essay, "Bleak Midwinter," in its #14 issue, just in time for the bleak midwinter. Not so bleak, actually, and w/ a cameo by still great Alfred Lord Tennyson.
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Jacob Lee Oct 5
I've spent the last couple of days re-reading debates over the Constitution from 1787-1788. It turns out the Anti-Federalists were right all along.
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Rebecca Plevin Sep 26
A Guatemalan teen was “100 percent well” when he was separated from his father at the border last summer. Medical records show his mental health collapsed after being detained for 11 months in San Diego and New York. My story with :
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The Alaska Center Jun 25
It's not too late if we take action now! Vote
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Dustin Solberg May 30
Replying to @iturquhart
Hello Ian. Thank you for writing. Please excuse late reply. Source is research by Joseph Kiesecker. Kiesecker, J.M. & Naugle, D.E. (2017). Energy Sprawl Solutions: Balancing Global Development and Conservation. Island Press.
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Steven Greenhouse May 22
Every journalist in the nation and everyone who cares about democracy should condemn this authoritarian act. Government officials shouldn't be able to choose what news organizations cover them.
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Princess Daazhraii 19 Apr 18
It is criminal to drill for oil in the calving grounds of the Porcupine Caribou Herd. We continue to pray & give thanks for all raising their voices to !
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Dustin Solberg 6 Apr 18
In , history can be our guide as we make choices about the future of our salmon. David Montgomery , "King of Fish" author, makes the case in the
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Tom Patterson 3 Apr 18
Mapping the Grand Canyon in 10 steps starting with a DEM.
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Dustin Solberg 30 Mar 18
Never underestimate the power of asking good questions and writing down the answers for all the world to see.
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Dustin Solberg 30 Mar 18
Long live Howard Rock!
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TNC Agriculture 23 Mar 18
ICYMI: the edition of 's magazine arrived this week! Read why the is one of the "most important pieces of environmental legislation—funding programs that protect land, help farmers and improve our quality of life."
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Dustin Solberg 9 Feb 18
Good luck to you on quest to spread the soil health message. An incredible movement underway now! So much happening in the field! Please be in touch re: soil scicomm possibilities.
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Dustin Solberg 31 Jan 18
Hello Kris Nichols, Dustin Solberg from the Cool Green Science blog here. All best to you in the vital work of soil health. It's amazing what your discipline has learned re: life in the soil; now to share it with the world!
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Dustin Solberg 31 Jan 18
Wondering if you'd be interested in learning about the risk posed by the 11,000 Bering River bituminous coal deposit on Alaska's Copper River Delta. Korean-owned. Its fate has been a question for decades for the local fishing fleet based in Cordova.
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Dustin Solberg 19 Jan 18
, Coal's Death Spiral offers hope, but then again there's still a foreign-owned 11,000-acre field of bituminous near the Alaska coast where our wild salmon spawn on the Copper River Delta. Is it safe to finally get a good night's sleep & not worry about it any more?
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Barack Obama 15 Jan 18
Dr. King was 26 when the Montgomery bus boycott began. He started small, rallying others who believed their efforts mattered, pressing on through challenges and doubts to change our world for the better. A permanent inspiration for the rest of us to keep pushing towards justice.
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