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Picking up STEAM

With the help of Camp Loughridge, students at 13 schools have already created aquaponic systems, home to plants and beta fish.

Notebook: April 2017

A new film fest comes to Circle Cinema, Tulsa does TED and local conservationists roll up their sleeves and get to work.

New frontier

Food bank uses new tech to grow fresh produce.
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Archive »Time & Place

Sand Springs’ zoo

Sand Springs opened its own zoo, on July 4, 1912, on 80 acres it shared with Parthenia Amusement Park.

New frontier

Food bank uses new tech to grow fresh produce.

Stone-cold history

Brookside’s ’80s transformation had a lot to do with Stonehorse.