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The Governor Wolf Historical Society Park in Bath will be transformed into a treasure trove of plants and garden sundries at the inaugural Country Garden Faire Friday and Saturday. Purchase items and learn what to do with them at six programs by local...
Name: Jose Gomez Jr. Age: 34 Hometown: Highwood Name of organization: Family Service: Prevention, Education and Counseling Describe what the organization does: Family Service is a community organization with a customized approach to delivering...
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GRADUATIONS Union College — Morgan Ann Brown, of Waynesburg, Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training. Ryan Victor Young, of Waynesburg, Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications. Campbellsville University — Tina Marie Sanders, of...
Virginia Department of Forestry: Woman's vision protects family's forest and its valuable legacy with conservation easementIn 1961, when Mrs. Segar White Guy inherited her father’s 306-acre tract of unmanaged forestland in Sussex County, she made the long-term commitment to improve the quality of the woodland, according to a news release from the Virginia Department...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- Nearly 25 years ago, Kent Dennis was a man in need of a job. So he created his own company. After being let go by a paper distributor, he spent almost half a year looking for work before making his big move. "It was out of necessity,"...
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Ranchers often argue that cattle grazing is the best way to combat cheatgrass, an aggressive invader that has taken over vast areas of the Great Basin, destroying the native sagebrush ecosystem and fueling huge wildfires. But a study published today...
Some say that you can’t put a price on precious natural resources. As of this week, you can. The public and private tab for conserving the nation’s fish, wildlife and natural resources is close to $40 billion a year, according to a study...
Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport is enlisting the help of goats to do a little landscaping. A herd of about 25 goats will be arriving as early as next month to munch away weeds and invasive plants on about 120 acres of airport-owned...
Any attempt to make bicycling in Chicago easier and safer by using the law is welcome. That includes Mayor Rahm Emanuel's proposals last week to amend the city's bike ordinance to give cyclists more freedom to maneuver but also increase penalties on...
Illinois law requires that, if possible, renewable energy should come from Illinois or surrounding states. However, unless a municipality or business explicitly has stated it wants local renewable power, the power it receives is probably from outside...
Q: This is the second year for my rhubarb plant and it has several blooms (looks like a cauliflower) with the stalks. Is this normal or is it a fungus? —Carole Rohrbach A: The blooms are the flowers of the rhubarb. They usually appear on mature...
It looks as if we may finally get to spring. That last few weeks have certainly presented cattle producers with more than a few weather related challenges. It's my optimistic hope that we're going to see the benefits of this moisture in more grass and...
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