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Wilderness Workshop has habitat-restoring projects The Wilderness Workshop has announced its summer 2013 habitat restoration project schedule, with a focus this year on work in the Castle and Maroon...
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More Than $1 Million Available For Wildlife Habit...
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has received notification from the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Tennessee that more than $1 million has been allocated for the Wildlife...
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Ski resorts slow to deal with climate change
By Greg Hanscom, Pique When a report warning of global warming’s disastrous impacts on skiing garnered national headlines in December, activists hoped the news would encourage a serious response both...
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High corn and soybean prices entice farms to expa...
... tore out fencerows and tore down one old barn, and we farm right over it,” he said. In Minnesota, state archaeologist Scott Anfinson is investigating whether farmers plowed up pioneer cemeteries....
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FSA State Office Announces 45th General Sign-Up f...
Kentucky Farm Service Agency (FSA) State Executive Director John W. McCauley announced that Kentucky FSA will conduct a four-week Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) general sign-up beginning May 20...
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Valley Courier Rabbitbrush Rambler: Who manages o...
Although work on a few reservoirs had begun around the San Luis Valley soon after 1900, such enterprises were forced to halt while Washington addressed issues concerning competing interests in the Rio...
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Trees under multiple threats
The May 9 story in the Telegram & Gazette about the continuing, successful battle against the Asian Longhorned Beetle infestation in Worcester is a reminder that the season of beetle inspections and...
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Gov. Hickenlooper signs four bills aimed at helpi...
AVON — Gov. John Hickenlooper signed four bills aimed at preserving and improving Colorado's outdoors Saturday. Hickenlooper said the bills will help preserve and enhance hunting, fishing and the...
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Bowie group seeks to grow local environmental sup...
Diana Bahr of Bowie takes a dozen people on a tour of her world. At her home in the 12500 block of Kingsfield Lane, Bahr gives a house tour that doesn’t focus on a pool or a verdant lawn but on her...
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Grants can help landowners create habitat in W.Va.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia landowners who want to apply for grants to improve
have until June 14 to contact the Natural Resources Conservation Service. The agency is...
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Trees planted in Androscoggin watershed to protec...
BETHEL — The Clear Water Carbon Fund planted 250 trees along the Pleasant River, a tributary of the Androscoggin River, in West Bethel this month. The fund is a program that enables individuals and...
Read more at The Lewiston Sun Journal
After the smoke clears
NEWBERRY - Nearly a year after a lightning strike touched off the state's third-largest wildfire in more than a century, you can still smell burned wood in the air when walking through the blackened...
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FOR THE BIRDS: How to draw birds to your garden
Want more birds in your yard? Now’s the time to take the steps to success. Let’s begin by saying this up front: Attracting birds to the yard involves way more than feeders and feed. Rather,...
Read more at Evansville Courier & Press
DNR to double size of Bonnell Wildlife Management...
DNR to double size of Bonnell Wildlife Management Area The Carl E. Bonnell Wildlife Management Area northwest of St. Francis may soon be doubling in size. Minnesota Department of Natural Resources...
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WAREHAM AND AREA BULLETIN BOARD
Classes/seminars Soule Homestead Education Center Registration Information: Pre-registration is required for all programs, unless otherwise indicated. Some programs require pre-payment. To register,...
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Duck Lake Fire scars remain
NEWBERRY - In 2012, the snow was gone in March and Michigan was experiencing one of its most severe fire seasons in recent memory. Early this May, much of the Upper Peninsula remained covered in...
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State grants to benefit parks in Cal City, Crete
CALUMET CITY | An Illinois Department of Natural Resources program is providing $15.3 million to benefit public parks across the state, including facilities in Calumet City and Crete. Downey Park in...
Read more at The Times of Northwest Indiana
Orbert Davis' jazz symphony looks at Chicago Rive...
It was called the “seventh engineering wonder of the world,” a herculean effort to reverse the flow of the Chicago River. Typhoid fever, cholera and other waterborne diseases were running rampant in...
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Beach renourishment set for September start
A $10.5 million beach renourishment project along 3.1 miles of southern Gasparilla Island has been fast-tracked to address erosion caused by Tropical Storm Debby last summer. The Lee County Natural...
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Brooks School community pitches in to make improv...
Over the past two weeks, 20 teachers and volunteers have been meeting at the Brooks Elementary School in West Medford to make improvements to the school grounds. The school’s PTO has contributed...
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