So when several dry years leave the reservoirs parched and the mountains bare, as happened during the just-ended drought, the state has to rely on another reservoir — the one that’s underground.
Straddling the border of Georgia and Florida are 300,000 acres of pristine pines and rolling, grassy hills. Hunting parties traverse the grounds, accompanied by mule-drawn, 100-year-old wagons, trained dogs and staff on horseback in search of wild bobwhite quail. Plantation homes sit at the end of long driveways, invisible to[…]Read More »
The EPA’s proposed rules to implement the amended chemicals law must show the agency will uphold the law’s scientific requirements, chemical manufacturers said. The Environmental Protection Agency’s decisions about the risks a chemical may pose must be scientifically credible, Michael Witt, director for health and environmental research at the Dow[…]Read More »