Weekly Warm-Up: The Science of a Season

When you love fall as much as we do, it sometimes feels like you can blink and miss the colors. And that’s almost true—most trees remain in their vibrant, warm-hued state for only a week before shedding their leaves. As you watch the environment transform, take the opportunity to learn about the fascinating science behind the season. Our collection of ideas is perfect to help you … Continue reading Weekly Warm-Up: The Science of a Season

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Geography In The News: The Great American Pumpkin

By Neal Lineback and Mandy Lineback Gritzner, Geography in the NewsTM Festival results are still coming in, but it looks like the world’s largest pumpkin to-date has outgrown last year’s record which was an amazing 2,032 pounds (921.7 kg) grown in California in 2013. Pumpkin weigh-offs are happening around the world and in the United States at county and state fairs for the 2014 crop. While … Continue reading Geography In The News: The Great American Pumpkin