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2014/11/23 14:09
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The sun rising over Orient Harbor in Orient. (Credit: Tim Kelly file photo) Three clean water initiatives with North Fork ties have been granted some significant federal funding as part of a larger...
2014/11/23 14:09
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2014/11/21 18:38
2014/11/21 18:38
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Wireless consumers with a charitable conscience now have a wireless service built just for them. The new prepaid service GIV Mobile launches Wednesday. The service, which basically resells T-Mobile...
2014/11/19 18:19
2014/11/19 18:19
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Editor's note: This essay is the first in a series, “Conservation Innovation: Voices of a New Generation,” which has been produced by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy in collaboration with The...
2014/11/18 05:09
2014/11/18 05:09
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Governor Phil Bryant on Monday announced a new grant of $28 million from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. This money will go toward three new BP restoration projects across South...
2014/11/18 04:09
2014/11/18 04:09
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News Release: Governor's Press Office November 17, 2014 WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Governor Rick Scott and The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) announced the funding of $34.3 million for...
2014/11/18 00:08
2014/11/18 00:08
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CORPUS CHRISTI - More than 600 acres of Coastal Bend wildlife habitat was added to the list of Texas benefits from criminal settlements stemming from the BP oil spill, the National Fish and Wildlife...
2014/11/17 19:59
2014/11/17 19:59
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Three restoration projects on the Mississippi Gulf Coast will be getting a big financial boost. Monday, Governor Phil Bryant announced the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation has awarded $28 million...
2014/11/17 19:08
2014/11/17 19:08
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MONTGOMERY- Governor Robert Bentley on Monday announced the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) has approved $9.6 million for four Alabama projects that address high priority conservation...
2014/11/13 02:17
2014/11/13 02:17
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The project aims to add barrier island shoreline to protect the mainland from storm damage. About 489 acres of beach and dune habitat will be created and about seven additional miles of beach will be...
2014/11/12 18:35
2014/11/12 18:35
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The Gulf Environment Benefit Fund funded the portion of this project. National Fish and Wildlife Foundation established this fund following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill to “manage funds resulting...
2014/11/12 18:10
2014/11/12 18:10
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A grant will allow a research team from the Virginia Institute of Marine Science to protect Werowocomoco, an important Native American site in upper Gloucester County, from further erosion. Scott...
2014/11/12 06:16
2014/11/12 06:16
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Karen Nutter of St. Mary’s City was on the lookout for ways to make her home more environmentally friendly, especially since it is situated right along the St. Mary’s River. “You could literally see...
2014/11/10 01:06
2014/11/10 01:06
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Every party in opposition goes a little crazy. For Republicans in the early Obama era, insanity took the form of the Sarah Palin spasm. Veteran politicos took the former Alaska governor seriously as a...
2014/11/03 03:53
2014/11/03 03:53
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Tim Keyes kept watch over Georgia’s most charismatic shorebirds this summer, searching out the rare red-beaked American oystercatchers and returning repeatedly to check on them. His research is...
2014/11/03 01:20
2014/11/03 01:20
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Students, teachers, parents and volunteers have joined organizations working toward the restoration of the Mattole estuary. Last week, volunteers planted more than 100 native trees and shrubs at the...
2014/10/29 01:39
2014/10/29 01:39
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NEW ORLEANS — A new $40 million partnership will give money for conservation projects to landowners in states affected by BP’s 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom...
2014/10/26 00:16
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Back when Capt. John Smith and Chief Powhatan butted heads in the early 1600s, the Algonquian village of Werowocomoco along the York River was fringed with marshland where inhabitants hunted and...
2014/10/24 12:15
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The event will take place on Nov. 4 at Northern Michigan University in Marquette, from 9 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. The charge for the conference is $40 ($25 for full-time students), which includes lunch....
2014/11/23 14:09
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