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Many of us spent the summer fishing. But could overfishing be changing fish genetics?
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Skip to show segment MOXIE Bob Ash (Old Dominion University) In the blockbuster hit, The Martian, Matt Damon escapes Mars by using a spacecraft based on real-life technology created years …
By Nora Pehrson Thanks to a grant from Virginia Humanities, the Watermen’s Museum in Yorktown, Virginia is developing a traveling exhibit devoted to the food systems of the Chesapeake Bay …
As Tangier disappears, Virginia Humanities thinks about how to preserve the island and why that’s important.
NPR’s Lulu Miller, a Fellow at VFH, reads an excerpt from her forthcoming book, ‘Why Fish Don’t Exist’. Her reading is set to the live musical accompaniment of Wes Swing.
On Thursday, August 10 2017, Virginia Foundation for the Humanities’ Encyclopedia Virginia (EV) along with Google Street View, will launch the first-ever virtual tour of Virginia’s Tangier Island, marking a …