he sky over the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge was smokey on Tuesday, Sept. 20 as firefighters...
he sky over the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge was smokey on Tuesday, Sept. 20 as firefighters lit prescribed fires to try and battle the spread of an invasive weed.
Volunteers are invited to help pull weeds at the Ogden Nature Center’s third annual Invasive Species Pull-a-Thon Oct. 1.
Rocky Mountain Power is seeking a multi-million dollar grant to, in part, build an extensive rapid-charging system for electric vehicles throughout the Intermountain West.
Founded by Salt Lake City-based Adrian Dybwad in November 2015, PurpleAir sells low-cost air quality sensors that count particulate pollution with lasers.
An injured Cooper’s Hawk was mutilated by what appear to be scissors and is believed to have been an illegal pet after being found in Bountiful.
The Standard-Examiner delves into the world of cougars in the new science and environment podcast. Join reporters Leia Larsen and Benjamin Zack on the Standard-Examiner’s newest podcast, “Out Standing in a Field.” In each episode they will be talking with local scientists and...
Psychology professor David Strayer will be giving a talk on Sept. 16 at the Ogden Nature Center as part of the Utah Humanities Book Festival. He plans to discuss his work on cognitive restoration through interactions with nature while pitting them against the effects of the digital world.
Ogden experienced both its hottest and driest summer ever, and summer 2016 throughout Northern Utah was abnormally hot. In Logan, it was the 10th-hottest summer on record. What does this mean for Utah’s water future?
A public hearing on a proposed diesel emissions testing rule for Weber County saw modest attendance Wednesday, mostly turning up citizens voicing support of the measure. Of the 18 commenters at the hearing, 15 spoke in favor of testing diesel vehicles to help improve the county’s air...