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With many Hoosiers enjoying the warmer weather and the outdoor activities associated with it, the Department of Natural Resources is reminding off-road vehicle operators about the laws regarding registration of their ORVs and them being operated on public...
Daily American Staff WriterLeona Shaffer remembers more than 90 years ago, back when her family ran a farm, raising Jersey and Guernsey cattle and growing and harvesting hay and crops with little mechanical help. Shaffer, who just turned 100, said she was a bit of a tomboy, and...
The Aberdeen Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department is sponsoring a group bus trip to the Minnesota Twins and Chicago White Sox game on June 20. The chartered bus will leave early in the morning and return that night. Chaperones will be provided...
Tags: Chicago White Sox, Minnesota Twins
Channel 2 NewsThe U.S. Forest Service is dedicating its new forestry sciences laboratory in Juneau this weekend. Saturday's ceremony will included free guided tours and the raising of carved house posts. The Forest Service, in a release, says the 12,000-square-foot...
Deere & Co. on Wednesday said its second-quarter profit rose slightly, beating analysts' expectations, but it warned that global financial pressures and the cool, wet weather in North America could affect sales the rest of the year. Moline, Ill.-based...
The 2013 Washington County Envirothon was held April 19 at the Claud E. Kitchens Outdoor Education Center at Fairview. Fourteen teams from Boonsboro, Clear Spring, Smithsburg, and Washington County Technical High School were on hand for the competition. ...
In addition to learning conservation and wildlife biology, 100 youth campers, counselors and instructors will celebrate the South Dakota Conservation Camp's 50 years of existence the week of June 2 at the Bob Marshall Camp near Custer. Tom Putzier of...
Huron (NRCS) - As the spring progresses, South Dakota producers are being faced with critical decisions that will affect their operations for years to come say officials with the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). The U.S. Drought Monitor...
Staff Writer -- email@example.comMichigan Gov. Rick Snyder signed a bill Wednesday shifting the power to designate a game species to the state Natural Resources Commission and potentially solidifying a future wolf hunt in Michigan. The bill has the secondary effect of blocking a...
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...
The payback keeps shrinking for Palm Beach County's $100 million investment in Mecca Farms — the failed home for The Scripps Research Institute. Plummeting property appraisals sunk a $55 million proposal for the county to sell the land last year to...
Tags: Wildlife, Farms, Everglades, Jupiter, Fishing
In addition to learning conservation and wildlife biology, 100 youth campers, counselors and instructors will celebrate the South Dakota Conservation Camp’s 50 years of existence the week of June 2 at the Bob Marshall Camp near Custer. Tom...
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