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The Hartford CourantAfter World War I, Canada suffered an identity crisis, struggling to define itself as a nation in a way that was no longer determined by British colonialism. Arthur Heming, the right man at the right time, helped to fill the void. "He was part of a...
Where is the John Muir of the San Gabriel Mountains? The Ansel Adams of the San Bernardinos? The Donner Party of the San Jacintos? All right, maybe one Donner Party was enough. But Muir, Adams and company are among the reasons the inland mountains of...
Florida's rivers are in trouble. That's what the Orlando Sentinel found after a yearlong evaluation of some of the state's biggest and smallest, most urban and remote, cleanest and dirtiest, protected and abused rivers. Of the 22 rivers studied,...
The final night of our two-night special event takes us to Canada. Sean seems to be in better spirits after the fiasco in Montana and the ladies were ... being the ladies. We'll have the opportunity to join them for three dates tonight two, one-on-...
Tree tapping The Somerset County Maple Producers annual tree tapping ceremony 2 p.m. Feb. 23 at the Baer Brothers Maple Camp. Queen Maple LXI Hannah Taylor and this year’s maple princesses, Maple King Matthew Emerick will officially tap the maple...
Staff WriterCalifornia’s much-maligned and much-loved Salton Sea offered local elected officials an opportunity to experience what could be lost if the Salton Sea is not restored, when Assemblymen Ben Hueso and V. Manuel Pérez paddled out on kayaks on a sunny...
On one of Jared Diamond's frequent trips to New Guinea, where he was studying birds, he ended up in raging waters alongside eight others when their 30-foot-long canoe began to sink. Clinging to the canoe's hull and dodging waves, the UCLA geography...
Sun SentinelEnjoy Everglades National Park for free on Monday, Jan. 21. The U.S. National Parks service is waiving entrance fees at parks in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. day. There are lots of fun, free, things to do. Here are a few highlights: Anhinga Amble:...
L.A. NOWYears' worth of Huell Howser's work has been digitized and made available to be viewed for free online, which he asked for when he donated his "California Gold" archive to Chapman University in Orange....
Birders from around the world are expected to head up to the Salton Sea for a new birding festival scheduled later this week. The Sea and Desert Interpretive Association in conjunction with California State Parks invites residents to the first Birding...
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The Conservancy of Southwest Florida is beauty with ambition. Observing and admiring Florida’s natural environments isn’t enough for the founders of the Conservancy, who have made it their mission to protect the region’s wildlife. The...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterMECCA — Shane Mast and his wife, Sabrina, had heard that the Salton Sea was polluted, but after their first visit to the Salton Sea State Recreation Area Sunday, they don’t believe that’s the case. “The Salton Sea is great, it&...
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