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The New Hampshire Union Leader, ManchesterOpponents of the Northern Pass hydroelectric project on Friday released a legal opinion supporting their view that the state cannot authorize use of its easement in the Connecticut Lakes Headwaters conservation area for the 1,200-megawatt power lines....
The Anniston StarTALLADEGA NATIONAL FOREST -- On Ivory Mountain Wednesday morning, about a dozen workers gathered around a truck to plan their day's mission -- clearing 800 acres in a prescribed burn. The firefighters work for the U.S. Forest Service in several...
WEST UNION, Ohio - The Edge of Appalachia Preserve may be Ohio's greatest natural treasure. The 16,000-acre private preserve in southern Ohio is known for its beauty, its wildness and its biodiversity. The preserve stretches 12 miles north from the Ohio...
Jake's coaching helped our friend, Jill, clock a personal best at the OC Half Marathon. I hope to benefit from Jake's know-how and flash a smile as big as Jill's when I complete the L.A. Marathon later this year. Yet when I read Jake's email directing...
Tags: Running, Road Running, Track and Field
Fort Worth Star-TelegramBy the forces of nature and man, River Legacy Parks' woods and wetlands, the habitat for creatures finned, feathered and furry, are slowly reshaped season by season. But at the adjacent Living Science Center, little had changed since the well-used...
The Daily Progress, Charlottesville, Va.Kristel Riddervold, Charlottesville administrator of environmental programs, will discuss the completion of the Meadow Creek restoration project at the Rivanna Conservation Society's Third Thursday lecture from noon to 1 p.m. May 16. Riddervold will...
Seattle TimesWho would think this soft landscape, with its undulating blue waves of wildflowers, flitting butterflies and calls of meadowlark, could be the scene of such battle. But war it was, to win back, acre by acre, more than 700 acres of native prairie at...
Valley Morning Star, Harlingen, TexasConserving nature and wildlife habitat is a calling for Mary Jo Bogatto, whose dream has been to restore her 400-acre Cactus Creek Ranch near the Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge. A native of La Marque, Texas, Bogatto and her late husband,...
LEHIGH COUNTY ALLENTOWN SALVATION ARMY will accept applications for their six-day overnight camp for ages 7-12 to be held June 26-July 1 at Camp Ladore in the Poconos. The camp will feature swimming, boating, fishing, crafts, camping, nature, hiking...
Pocono Record, Stroudsburg, Pa.The Environmental Education Center is offering weekly walks through the Tannersville Bog every Wednesday from 1 to 3:30 p.m. through June 5. These 2 1/2 hour walks are guided by an environmental educator from the Center who will lead walkers through the...
The Hartford Courant— A ceremony Thursday marked the official opening of a new fishway that experts estimate has allowed at least 1,200 fish so far to bypass a dam in the Mattabesset River that has blocked fish migration for the last century. The fish ladder, built...
Tags: Rivers, Bodies of Water
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