The Allegheny Front for the week of

April 7, 2012

Caddisfly Lady' Uses Mosaic-Making Insects for Jewelry, Lobbies for Stream Health

Recent water conductivity reports have some residents concerned, but none as much as Kathy Stout, who refers to herself as the "Cadd

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Maligned 'Hockey Stick' Climatologist Strikes Back

For years, PSU climate scientist Michael Mann, who's worked with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, has found himself at

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New Research Continues To Connect Certain Pesticides With Bee Die-Off

Bees are dying in droves in the United States. Recent studies point to widely used pesticides as a culprit in this mysterious die-off.

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Early Bird Arrivals May Tell Us Something About Climate Change

Birds are breaking records at Powdermill Nature Reserve, where researchers have been capturing, examining, and banding birds for just ove

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