Use the rain to save the desert

TUCSON (KVOA) – Last month, the Bureau of Reclamation declared the Colorado River’s first shortage in CAP water deliveries, with the first reductions in water use coming into effect in January. With further water shortages looming, this is forcing desert dwellers to turn to other sources of water supply. Rainwater harvesting is not a new concept, but local governments, utilities and individuals are increasingly turning to rain to save the desert. “We have nine feet, four and a quarter inches in the tank right now. And it’s 216 gallons per…

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Global study suggests more information resources needed for renal cell carcinoma

Patients and caregivers of renal cell carcinoma (RCC) patients may lack adequate knowledge about treating the disease, enrolling in clinical trials and the psychosocial impact of the cancer itself, according to a news report. investigation. The results of the global survey were presented in poster form at ESMO 2021. “(This) points to opportunities to improve communication on diagnosis, psychosocial impacts and clinical trials, as well as biopsies, exercise, and patient engagement,” wrote Dr Rachel H. Giles, president of the International Kidney Cancer Coalition, and colleagues. written in the poster. It…

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How accounting giants craft favorable tax rules inside government

This year, Mr. Harter returned to PwC. “I have fully complied with the Treasury Department’s conflict rules by not meeting with PwC officials” during a two-year “cooling off” period that prevents government officials from meeting with their former employers, said Mr. Harter. Although he participated in the construction of the offshore tax relief and met with corporate lobbyists, Mr Harter said he did not recall meeting Ms Olson or other PwC officials on the matter. Ms Olson referred the questions to PwC. An indoor track The 2017 tax overhaul included…

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Kalispell schools offer counseling and resources in the midst of the suicide group

Following the suicide deaths of several students at Flathead and Glacier High Schools, Kalispell Public Schools, counselors, psychologists and social workers are available to meet with students or put them in touch with other services. If additional mental health professionals or assistance is needed, the Flathead Valley Rapid Response Team is available to schools. The team is a network of school counselors across the county who can help schools assess immediate needs following a traumatic event or crisis. Kalispell Public Schools Superintendent Micah Hill said parents who feel their child…

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Accelerate research on phosphorus | College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

North Carolina state soil fertility specialist Luke Gatiboni recently took over one of America’s oldest fertility research projects: a small but important project that has guided the applications of fertilizer from North Carolina farmers for nearly 60 years. For most of those years, this long-standing study used traditional technologies and research methods to develop fertilizer recommendations for North Carolina crops. But since last week, this work should be amplified at almost every level. Gatiboni and 23 other researchers from the state of North Carolina are officially part of a new…

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