This Week in Water for May 2, 2021
"Wild Horses Survive in the Desert by Digging Wells" on the latest segment of H2O Radio's newscast , " This Week in Water "
Barrels found off the coast of California expose what has long been suspected—industries have treated the ocean as a cheap alternative to landfills.
Herds of wild horses and donkeys roam deserts and dig wells to get water to benefit themselves and other species.
Container ships are piled high with boxes that mostly stay on board even in rough seas, but it turns out, some are falling off.
The waste that comes from corn —stalks, leaves, and husks—can be used to clean water.
Wasps —not the gangsters of the insect world they're made out to be.