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UNP-2064
(SerPIE) Synergistic Efforts to Reduce Pharmaceuticals in the Environment
SerPIE is a multidisciplinary outreach program that encourages citizens to adopt pharmaceutical best management practices (BMPs).

Price: $1.00

UNP-0144
E-Waste Institute
The E-Waste Institute serves as a medium to educate, to train, to raise public awareness, and to influence public polices about safe environmental practices for e-waste practices in Alabama and aroun ...

Price: $1.00

UNP-2032
Native Songbird Population Recovery Youth "Spotlight" Program
Songbirds play a major role in maintaining the health and stability of forest ecosystems; however, their numbers are declining due to man’s adverse impact upon the environment. The Native Songbird Po ...

Price: $1.00

UNP-2056
Silvopasture Agroforestry Practices for Sustainable Forage, Meat Goat, and Timber Production Silvopasture Systems for Sustainable Forage, Meat-Goat, and Timber Production in the Black-Belt Region of Alabama
A practical overview of silvopasture agroforestry practices piloted in the Black Belt region of south Alabama that small farmers can implement for sustainable production of forage, meat goats, and ti ...

Price: $2.00

UNP-2085
Urban Green Program Brochure
The Urban Green program creates and transforms green spaces that help to conserve natural resources and sustain food systems that are vital to the health and well-being of urban communities.

Price: $1.00

UNP-0119
Urban Wildlife Encounters
As urban areas continue to grow, the number of encounters between wildlife and humans are expected to increase. Many people think that animals leave when residential areas and parks are developed, bu ...

Price: $2.00

UNP-2121
Why You Should Not Own Exotic or Wild Animals
According to National Geographic, more exotic animals live in American homes than in American zoos. Regardless of the reasons, these animals should not be kept as pets in private residences across Ame ...


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