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2014/07/29 21:31
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Publication: theday.com Published July 29. 2014 5:08PM Updated July 29. 2014 5:11PM Five rivers in the Wood-Pawcatuck Watershed are likely meet eligibility and suitability criteria to be included in...
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2014/07/29 19:22
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A code of silence is apparently in force among Democratic and liberal activists groups funded by Swiss billionaire Hansjorg Wyss, whose former company conducted illegal human experiments where three...
2014/07/29 18:15
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A new study is yielding a better look at local natural heritage. Updated methodology and modern photographic technology are part of the reason for a new natural heritage study for Middlesex...
2014/07/29 05:29
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Special report: Wildfires are not all bad | News - Home Special report: Wildfires are not all badAmong benefits: healthier landscape, ecosystem; economic boost Special Report: Fires not all...
2014/07/29 04:20
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Everyone loves a clean beach. Come for a stroll and lend a hand! Different locations each week. 6/18: Settler’s Rock 6/25: Mansion Beach 7/2: Scotch Beach 7/9: Town Beach 7/16: West Beach 7/23:...
2014/07/28 12:29
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Below the snow-capped mountains of Ecuador and Colombia lie the páramos, high-altitude grasslands of the northern Andes threaded by frigid rivers and covered in rugged brush, cloud forests and...
2014/07/28 07:16
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The tiger has walked the Earth for two million years. One hundred years ago, there were more than 100,000 in Asia. Now, only just over 3000 survive in the wild - and their number keeps on declining....
2014/07/28 06:26
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Our Ouachita River is a flowing ribbon of commerce, recreation and beauty that winds through northeastern Louisiana and southern Arkansas. Too often, like other things in our everyday landscape, we...
2014/07/28 04:53
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Cleaner water, more fish species returning to Big Darby Creek Judging from the marine life 7-year-old Wesley James netted from the clear flowing water, Big Darby Creek appears to be in good shape. A...
2014/07/27 22:40
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As the climate warms, the vine that ate the South is starting to gnaw at parts of the North, too. Kudzu, a three-leafed weed first planted in the United States more than 100 years ago for the beauty...
2014/07/27 18:33
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Participants of California governor's Mexico trip AP News | 07/27/14 10:08 am SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) -- California Gov. Jerry Brown and a delegation of state and business officials begin three days...
2014/07/27 18:03
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WaterSmart Software, a small startup in San Francisco, is working with local water districts in California and other states to transform water meter data into easy-to-understand home water reports...
2014/07/27 14:38
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... plan for 700 more miles of fencing along the southwest U.S. border — part of a immigration-bill deal forged in the Senate this week — would come with a mammoth and unpredictable price tag, judging...
2014/07/27 13:22
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Former Center for American Progress Action Fund President & CEO John Podesta. (AP/Eric Jamison) Does President Obama approve of corporate criminality? He certainly has expended a great deal of energy...
2014/07/27 04:20
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Pond and Beyond Kayak: Summer Conservation Series with The Nature Conservancy Join Chris Littlefield of The Nature Conservancy on a kayak tour focusing on ecosystem health: protecting the watershed...
2014/07/26 17:15
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Photo By Iowa Department of Natural Resources/AP This is an undated photo of a longear sunfish provided by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. The unexpected discovery of a a longear sunfish, a...
2014/07/26 15:19
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By Lesley Neilson Special to the Gazette Between July 28 and Aug. 1, stewardship staff from the Nature Conservancy of Canada will be making their annual visit to dozens of properties in Highlands to...
2014/07/25 21:15
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International Day of the Mangroves falls today. On this day people in coastal regions all over the world, call for the conservation of precious mangrove areas. Mangroves are an ecologically...
2014/07/25 11:06
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As the climate warms, the vine that ate the U.S. South is starting to gnaw at parts of the North, too. The invasive plant costs U.S. property owners about $50 million per year in eradication,...
2014/07/25 08:31
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Publication: The Day Stonington - The Board of Selectmen has agreed to form a commission that will create a long-term plan to address climate change and its potential effects on the town. The board...
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