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Below are samples of our free monthly electronic newsletter called the e-Digest. To have the e-Digest delivered to you every month, enter your email address in the box to the left, just below the heading "Signup for e-Digest". Each issue includes news highlights from the radio series, fun interactive eco-puzzles, and a radio station spotlight with links and information about environmental organizations in their community. It's an opportunity to read, listen, play, and interact. Join today!

  • Light rail systems are making a comeback and with them the potential to make public transportation more convenient and "green". Also, learn about the conservation efforts of three organizations near Flagstaff, Arizona. Deserts need help too. Click here. (June 2008)
  • Sugar for energy and mushrooms for insulation, who knew! Better, more environmentally-friendly, technologies could be just around the corner. Plus, find out what organizations are doing in Marfa, Texas, to protect the beautiful spaces and species of that region. Click here. (November 2007)
  • When you add it all up, you might be surprised to learn who the biggest polluter really is. In this issue of e-Digest you can also find out what folks in New York are doing to restore Oneida Lake and preserve critical habitat. Click here. (September 2007)
  • Ever wonder what happend to the trees on Easter Island? And, could we lose a critical resource like that again? Also, read about what environmental groups in Portales, New Mexico, are doing to preserve bird habitats. Click here. (August 2007)
  • You've heard of "hog heaven", well, here's a story about the yellowtail worms that have found paradise in a barnyard. It's a union that's created a wealth of organic compost, an all around good for the environment. Included are also listings of three environmental organizations in Mankato, Minnesota, working to promote habitat conservation, sustainable land use practices, and improved water quality. Click here. (April 2007)