URBAN ECOLOGY BLOG

January 30, 2020

Our last post mentioned the plight of the Monarch butterfly, and how Philadelphia, as an urban area, is uniquely positioned to help ameliorate this plight. Well, this spring one of our Philadelphia Water Stewards, Christian Kelly of the USchool, decided to take action...

January 27, 2020

Even though most people can’t identify any butterflies, I’d be willing to bet that of those who can identify a butterfly, most of them can identify a Monarch. It’s orange and black, it’s large, it flies slowly and out in the open, and it often occurs in large numbers....

January 24, 2020

LandHealth’s Philadelphia Watershed Steward (PWS) program and Urban Promise from Camden’s RiverGuides ran a program exchange. Students visited each other’s locations and shared what they had learned.

PWS, a program for high school students LHI runs with support from PWD...

January 20, 2020

Today is Martin Luther King day. A day when Americans, together, honor the memory and legacy of this great leader by volunteering to make our country, and our world, better. We at LandHealth Institute are happy that today gives us a chance to announce an opportunity fo...

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