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Outdoors: Firewood can harbor pests
An annual plea from Pennsylvania's Bureau of Forestry remains, "Buy local firewood!" The plea resulted because of a threat of destructive diseases and insects. With the coming of winter and people...
Read more at The Evening Sun
Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
Rampant development is coming back to bite us
... home has been frequently invaded by monkeys who seem to have quickly made themselves at home, they would launch themselves off our cabinets onto the bed, shrieking with delight and would wander...
Read more at Hornbill Unleashed
Voters to decide on conservation, marijuana, and ...
Three Florida Constitutional Amendments will be appear on the Nov. 4 ballot, and all have their share of supporters and naysayers. Amendment 1, known as the "Florida Water and Land Conservation...
Read more at Washington County News / Holmes County Times-Advertiser
Fish And Game Secures Funding For Rock Creek Ranch
Fish And Game Secures Funding For Rock Creek Ranch Blaine County, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KSVT-TV ) - The Idaho Department of Fish and Game informed Blaine County on Tuesday, October 21, that they have...
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Idaho Department of Fish and Game
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Record season for Gulf loggerhead turtles
The stork has been good to Gulf turtles. One sea-turtle nest remains in Captiva, which will officially close out the 2014 sea turtle season. Turtle biologist Kelly Sloan said this season has been...
Read more at CaptivaSanibel.com
Drilling pads for oil and gas development often e...
Lack of precipitation, short growing seasons and saline soils containing relatively few nutrients make for scant vegetation in Wyoming's high deserts. For those same reasons, after those soils are...
Read more at PhysOrg
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'Awesome Autumn Feast' coming up
ARCATA >> Enjoy the tasty work by the best chefs of Humboldt at the 'Awesome Autumn Feast' on Nov. 2 at 5:30 p.m. at the Arcata Community Center. This event, which has sold out each year, is a...
Read more at Eureka Times-Standard
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Voters to Decide on Artificial Turf Installation ...
The video of a group of techies scrapping with a group of young people over the use of soccer fields in San Francisco’s Mission has sent one undeniable message loud and clear: People in the city are...
Read more at NBC Bay Area
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Huge pet adoption event this weekend at PetSmart ...
About This Blog Tom Grady is a Wilmington native and an animal lover, since his days as a Port City toddler. He’s spent a lifetime studying animals and over the last two decades promoting the...
Read more at The Wilmington Star-News
Conservation Leaders to Discuss North America’s L...
WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--This week conservation leaders and policymakers are meeting to consider landscape-scale conservation initiatives that are helping to address some of North America’s most...
Read more at Business Wire
State working on whacking some of our worst weeds
THE State Government will spend $102,000 wiping out three of the Fraser Coast's most prolific weeds. The region's lantana, Bitou bush and Singapore daisy outbreaks are facing the chop under a...
Read more at News Mail
Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
Finding a balance at Chippewa Hills
The Department of Natural Resources is tasked with managing the state forest system in a way that provides for the goals and objectives of sound science, sustainable forestry and the concerns of...
Read more at The Alpena News
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Managing balance in the forest
Managing balance in the forestby Jeff Bear, Aspen Daily News Staff Writer “The onus is on us to work with the public and start looking at some of the ways we can manage these areas — still allow for...
Read more at Aspen Daily News
National Park Service
Bill before Congress would hurt wetlands,...
Rather than protecting the public first, some Florida politicians are catering to big business, agriculture and Washington lobbyists. Right now, the ringleader of this group is U.S. Rep. Steve...
Read more at The Palm Beach Post
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Outdoor notebook: 480 acres added to wildlife area
TUTTLE CREEK — Pheasants Forever, Quail Forever, the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism and the National Wild Turkey Federation have completed a
project that adds 480...
Read more at The Topeka Capital-Journal
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Prescribed Burn Set Monday At Custer State Park
A prescribed burn is scheduled for Monday at Custer State Park in western South Dakota. The burn will take place in and adjacent to the southwest corner of Custer State Park. Burns are typically...
Read more at KELO Sioux Falls
U.S. Forest Service
Public airs concerns over proposed solar project ...
Public airs concerns over proposed solar project near highway KEITH WHITCOMB JR., Staff Writer BENNINGTON -- Wind, wells, and aesthetics were some of the concerns voiced by the public over...
Read more at Bennington Banner
Our view on the proposed constitutional amendments
Constitutional amendments should be rare. They should be saved for issues that the regular political process is unable or unwilling to handle. That is the reason that 60 percent is needed for...
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What’s next for Chippewa Hills Pathway?
Timber treatment plans are still on hold for the roughly 400-acre piece of state forest through which the pathway winds, DNR Atlanta Forestry Unit Supervisor Cody Stevens said. He attended a recent...
Read more at The Alpena News
Prescribed burn planned Friday near Sisters
Prescribed burn planned Friday near Sisters | News - Home A 76-year-old Redmond man cutting firewood on the Ochoco National Forest east of Prineville was killed Thursday afternoon when a blown-down...
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