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Bassmaster exec tells Hartwell lake residents wha...
... vendors and sponsors) and an arena to seat 12,000 to 15,000 for all the people who show up to watch the weigh-ins.” Visit Anderson executive director Jennifer Norman, whose office is overseeing...
Read more at Anderson Independent-Mail
The fight isn't over for Puddle of Mudd
... a water cup into the crowd. Footage of the show, which made its way to TMZ, is painful to watch. Scantlin, who says he will happily talk to any interviewer about any subject they want,...
Read more at Chicago Tribune
Students and community organizations promote GMO ...
... to right) OSPIRG Executive Director Dave Rosenfield and Food and Water Watch organizer Julia DeGraw discuss GMO labeling and Scott Bates. Bates started the petition for an upcoming ballot...
Read more at The Vanguard
Smith Memorial Student Union
From our archives: Looking for the next ‘hot zone’
... fish were added to city water treatment plants.Foreshadowing a massive ground-based pesticide campaign, the city shut down Central Park and canceled a New York Philharmonic concert in...
Read more at Fort Worth Star-Telegram
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Swarm of thousands of bees kills man, injures ano...
... he was able to dismantle the massive hive with help from firefighters. They used foam and pesticide to attack the bees. "It was massive, I mean it was probably a good two feet wide by six...
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Cochise Regional Hospital
High (and live!) wire act: CL&P crews move Westpo...
... their populations plummeted in the 1950s through the early 1970s because of DDT and other pesticide use, creating a shortage of nesting areas "so they are expanding their nesting range and...
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Suicide prevention: an interview with Dr Shekhar ...
... 15-29 year-olds globally. Globally, suicide rates are highest in people aged 70 and over. Pesticide poisoning, hanging and firearms are among the most common methods of suicide...
Read more at News-Medical-Net
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World Health Assembly
Sowing the seeds for a bee-friendly spring
... and the local mayor pledged to help our bee campaign. The Stratford-on-Avon group held a pesticide amnesty. It invited people to bring any bee-harming chemicals they had for safe...
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Outdoors: Fall falconry season offers a new, fasc...
While it's now time to watch hawks and falcons dramatically migrating south, it's also time to start thinking about hunting with them. The falconry season opens Saturday in Massachusetts for ducks and...
Read more at Worcester Telegram & Gazette
State of the Birds
... government agencies and other organizations such as the National Audubon Society, provides a watch list for bird species in need of immediate conservation. When I was a youngster growing up in...
Read more at Valley Central
National Audubon Society
Will The U.S. National Academy Of Sciences Fumble...
... be wary of advocacy NGOs—organizations like the Center for Food Safety, Food and Water Watch, ETC Group, Union of Concerned Scientists and Consumers Union, among those represented here....
Read more at Forbes
Plans For Nesting Platform For Osprey On East Had...
Ziobron said. She would also like to have a video camera installed near the nest, so people can watch the drama unfold from their computers. "I'm an avid birder myself, and have been watching the...
Read more at Hartford Courant
Department of Transportation
Poisonous Weed Taking Toll On Oklahoma Cattle
... more palatable and it took a toll on Chambers' herd. "Well, when you're sitting there and watching about a $2,500, $3,000 animal die, and knowing you can't do anything with it, and the...
Read more at News On 6 Tulsa
If it’s ‘Scandal’ night, that means red wine and ...
... of flavor. Two possibilities: Domaine Tollot Beaut, Chorey-les-Beaune, 2010, $30. A pesticide free Burgundy, it’s mostly pinot noir with flavors of cherry, red fruit, mushroom with a...
Read more at New York Daily News
Leading environmental groups announce fossil fuel...
You Sow, Environment America, Green America, Green Corps, The National Environment and Law Center,
, Toxic Action Center, and U.S.PIRG, which already offer Green Century’s fossil fuel...
Read more at CommonDreams.org
League of Conservation Voters
Home and Garden Digest: Water-wise workshop to be...
... Johnson Canyon Road. The event will feature speakers on topics of pest identification, pesticide application technology and worker safety. The event is free. For information, call...
Read more at The Monterey County Herald
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