conservation

Environment
9:50 am
Tue October 14, 2014

Monitoring Water for Pollution

The Jay High School Blue Thumb stream team takes a closer look at Brush Creek in Delaware County.
Credit ok.gov/conservation

Local volunteer organization Blue Thumb is helping keep our water clean.

KOSU’s Savannah Titus reports.

Blue Thumb, a part of the Oklahoma Conservation Commission, monitors local streams and educates the public about non-point source pollution.

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Climate Change
11:29 am
Thu May 8, 2014

Public Forum Reveals Oklahomans' Frustration and Concern About Climate Change

Credit Joe Wertz / StateImpact Oklahoma

Last week, StateImpact hosted a public forum on how climate change affects Oklahoma. A panel of experts took audience questions on water and agriculture, and as Joe Wertz reports, if this discussion is any guide, Oklahomans are curious, frustrated and concerned about climate change. 

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Climate Change and Oklahoma
8:41 am
Thu May 1, 2014

Protecting Our Resources Topped Discussions at KOSU's On Tap

State Impact's Joe Wertz begins discussion on Climate Change at KOSU's On Tap

On Wednesday, April 30th, KOSU in collaboration with State Impact Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Public Media Exchange held a discussion at Picasso's cafe in the Paseo District.  

State Impact's Joe Wertz and Logan Layden led the discussion with Oklahoma Association of Conservation Districts Executive Director Clay Pope and David Engle, Director of the Oklahoma Water Resources Center at Oklahoma State University. The packed crowd discussed climate change and protecting the state's valuable land and water.

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