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Book Review - Featured Headline
Hoosac Tunnel Tested Early Engineers
Nearly a decade before the Brooklyn Bridge opened for business, tunnelers successfully bored 25,081 ft, or roughly five miles, through the Hoosac Mountain in western Massachusetts.

Courtesy Cliff Schexnayder

"Cowed" Is a Call to Action To Tackle Cows' Climate Damage
Authors Denis Hayes and Gail Boyer Hayes state the problems and offer solutions to environmental damage caused by cattle farms

Image Courtesy Denis Hayes and Gail Boyer Hayes

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