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160 acres of wetlands to be restored
SOMERVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Tennessee state agencies and developers are set to pick up the tab for the restoration of more than 160 acres of Fayette County land that was drained and cleared to grow...
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WAFF 48 News Huntsville
WLBT 3 Jackson
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The Associated Press
Decades later, vision from ’95 unfulfilled
A copy of the 1995 Assiniboine River Corridor Master Plan and related planning documents, from Brandon Sun files. Twenty years ago, Brandon had the makings of a plan. Although it had been talked...
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Riverbank Discovery Centre
Art walk wraps up next week and other events comi...
Saturday, Sept. 6 Art Walk wraps up There is just one week left to finish the annual 2014 Art Walk and Sale and get in on the grand prize of a hand-crafted necklace by lakecity jewellery designer...
Read more at Williams Lake Tribune
Work along Highway 37 will help wildlife but not ...
... say, no. What you are seeing is a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service project with a group called "
" to restore land near Highway 37 to wetlands. Crews have been excavating the land...
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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Rotundo earns Eagle Scout Award
Nathan Rotundo, center, of Boy Scout Troop 309 recently received the Eagle Scout Award in ceremonies at St. Michael's Catholic Church. Shown with him are Scoutmaster Al Feldhauser, left, and District...
Read more at The Mining Journal
Fundraising efforts begin for USA Rice, DU conser...
A massive fundraising effort has begun for the unique and groundbreaking multi-state conservation proposal from the USA Rice Federation and
. The USA Rice Daily reported earlier this...
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Natural Resources Conservation Service
Rotary members ready for ice bucket challenge
Hello friends and neighbors. It is good to see you here. Wednesday will be a cold day in August for members of Jacksonville Rotary South. At 1:15 p.m., Aug 27 in the parking lot of the Golden Corral,...
Read more at The Jacksonville Daily News
US Food and Drug Administration
IN THE PARKS
Office: 814-625-2775 Aug. 29 - Getting to Know Aliens, 3 p.m. Aug. 29 - Intro to Geocaching, 8 p.m. Aug. 30 - ELC Open House, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Aug. 30 - Photo Scavenger Hunt, 3-5 p.m. Aug. 30 -...
Read more at The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Photo Page: Duck, duck ...
The squawk of ducks filled the air Saturday at the pond behind Neuse Sport Shop in Kinston. These calls, however, were artificial, created by several people proficient in the art of duck...
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Plenty for sportsmen to do in September
By way of an introduction, my name is John Hageman. If the name sounds familiar, it may be because I frequently provided news while Manager of Ohio State University’s Stone Laboratory in Put-in-Bay...
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Ohio State University
Ohio State University’s Stone Laboratory
Division of Wildlife
Q. Several Alpena readers have heard droning and diving sounds in the air in the direction of the beach, but they couldn't see any sort of aircraft. They wonder what was making those unusual sounds a...
Read more at The Alpena News
Ducks Unlimited Banquet coming to Gonzales in Sep...
Whether you hunt, ﬁsh or just enjoy the outdoors, you will not want to miss the
Banquet hosted by your East Ascension DU Committee on Thursday, Sept. 11. Please come out and join them...
Read more at Gonzales Weekly Citizen
Outdoors: Survey finds duck populations on rise
Good news for
and local waterfowl hunters. Duck populations are mostly up in North America this year. Their increased numbers in 2014 are primarily a result of improving breeding...
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Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Memphis Commercial Appeal
KATV Little Rock
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Mississippi Department of Wildlife
Fisheries and Parks
Mississippi State University
Cats versus bears: a quick comparison
There are moves afoot to stop killing stray cats and to start killing black bears. The head of one campaign is called Slaughter, but it is not the one that favors potting Louisiana’s official state...
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Barry R. Hilgendorf
FAIRMONT - A Celebration of Life and Home Going Service for Barry R. Hilgendorf, 55, of Fairmont, Minn., will be 2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 24, at Grace Lutheran Church in Fairmont. In lieu of visitation,...
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Grace Lutheran Church
Immanuel Lutheran Church
Linden banker graduates from Alabama Banking Scho...
First Bank of Linden vice president and loan officer Patrick Robison recently graduated from the Alabama Banking School. The curriculum during the three-year program included financial topics such as...
Read more at The Demopolis Times
Final YER youth-led public tour of the summer on ...
At noon on Sunday, Aug. 24 the Youth and Ecological Restoration Program (YER) will host the third and final 2014 youth led public tour at Bear Creek Nature Park. This is a YER, Phase II project...
Read more at Comox Valley Record
Council congratulates runners, new police officer
A full house at the Chillicothe City Council meeting Aug. 11 included both Chillicothe St. Jude runners and police officers and their families.Mayor Doug Crew first recognized the Chillicothe to...
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Some call for state bear hunting season as number...
Endangered species’ numbers rebound; opponents fight delisiting Habitat loss, poaching and road kills pushed the once-numerous Louisiana black bear so close to the edge of extinction that in 1992 it...
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The Biloxi Sun Herald
University of Tennessee
University of Tennessee
With his canoe tethered to a dead tree in the middle of Lower Bean Pond on State Game Lands 57, Bob Avery stood up and gently reached inside a wood duck box. “You have to be careful, because every...
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