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firstname.lastname@example.orgWarren gets international internship West Jessamine High School junior Sarah Warren is one of only 22 nationwide who received an international summer internship from the World Food Prize to delve into hunger and poverty issues. Warren will travel to...
I will finish telling you about my cruise to Alaska in this article. Cruising days were often spent looking for whales. One day, we were told it was the best day to see whales. I was beginning to think I wasn’t going to see a whale, when all of a...
Tags: Glaciers, Human Interest, Travel, Alaska, Tourism and Leisure
Life&Times: Farmer's of the Future? State employee educates public on sustainability, why to buy email@example.comAngela Caporelli realizes Kentucky is a farming state, but she wants to bring a different kind of farming to light. In fact, it’s her job. As aquaculture coordinator for the Kentucky Department of Agriculture, Caporelli has assisted farmers all...
Coursing through vast reaches of Alaskan tundra, glacial lakes and emerald forests, six major river systems converge along the rim of the Bering Sea to form the crystalline waters of Bristol Bay, the richest wild salmon grounds in the world. Yet if...
Back when the crab and the oyster ruled the seafood town of Hampton, hundreds of local black men and women found jobs in the sprawling plants along the downtown waterfront, where they worked long hours shucking oysters and picking crabs for shipment by...
WEST PLAINS, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is asking anglers who fish select Ozark streams to help with a research project by reporting their catches of tagged smallmouth bass. One of Missouri’s most popular game fish,...
Omega Protein Corporation just added two newly converted fishing boats to its Reedville plant after warning for months it would have to reduce its fleet by two boats once Virginia and other Atlantic states imposed a quota on the commercial menhaden...
Eric Schwaab, a native Baltimorean who's spent the last three years in the federal government overseeing fisheries and coastal conservation efforts, is returning home to take a new post at the National Aquarium. Schwaab, 52, currently an acting...
A hazy heat lay over the flats. Water blurred into sky at the horizon, and dunes to the south faded into the lake. In shallow water, fish played spawning tag in the shallows. If you wanted to, you could drop a fly or a spinner in front of their faces and...
Conservationists are decrying a move by the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission to loosen what critics say is already a lax restriction on shark finning, the controversial practice of slicing the fins off and discarding the body at sea. At its...
EAST JORDAN -- One hundred and fifty middle school girls and boys from Charlevoix-Emmet Intermediate School District took part in all-day career expos recently at Raven Hill Discovery Center in East Jordan. The career sessions are designed to expose...
Do you care about the survival of sea turtles? Dolphins? Do you ride horses, watch whales or fish for large-mouth bass? Did you serve as a paratrooper — or care for someone who did? If so, you can tell the world — with your license tag....
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