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email@example.comSTANFORD — The fuzzy green blooms may not have looked like much to an untrained eye, but many in the group of hikers that surrounded the short plant hidden in the Lincoln County undergrowth recognized it as the treasure they had been searching for....
Tags: Drugs and Medicines
Bush honeysuckle refers to several species; the most common to Kentucky is the Amur honeysuckle (Lonicera maackii). This native to northern China, Korea and parts of Japan was introduced to the U.S. in 1897. Escapes from ornamental plantings were...
Tags: Environmental Issues, Conservation
What has become a popular tradition will be repeated 10 a.m. Saturday at as the Central Kentucky Wildlife Refuge hosts the second Spring Wildflower Walk. The walk will be on the Martha B. Clay Wildflower Trail, which begins near the North Rolling Fork,...
Tags: Wildflowers, Zoology, Wildlife, Mustard
Contributing writerMost of us have heard the phrase, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” You can apply this adage to your landscape just as easily as you can apply it to your attic. It may surprise you to learn some flowers and landscape...
The Winchester SunThe organization that funded the acquisition of the Civil War Fort at Boonesboro says the site is the county’s responsibility, despite any management agreements, and it made recommendations that could cut down on maintenance. Zeb Weese, a biologist...
The Winchester SunAn 8-inch wide unnamed intermittent stream discovered by the Army Corps of Engineers on the new high school construction site will cost the Clark County Public Schools $234,000, leaving district officials shaking their heads. The stream was found in...
Most householders of this generation have never seen a bed bug. Bed bug infestations were common in the United States before World War II. However, with improvements in hygiene and the widespread use of DDT during the 1940s and 1950s, the bugs all but...
Here is our weekly salute to the people, places and organizations that make Northern Michigan a special place to live. Giving back Petoskey students have received a good taste of volunteering thanks to the guidance of Petoskey High School teacher Lisa...
Here's a wildlife success story that not everyone's thrilled about. Green iguanas, which dropped dead in huge numbers in the frigid winter of 2010, have rebounded, repopulating South Florida neighborhoods and resuming their consumption of expensive...
At the Shedd Aquarium these days, there's almost as much touching going on as at a massage therapist's spa or an Apple store. Last month, the marine animal showcase by the lake introduced Stingray Touch, a place for warm-weather visitors to pet de-...
Staff Writer -- firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @BrandonHubbardCARP LAKE -- A new boat washing station in northern Emmet County's Paradise Lake marks the first in potentially a series of new washing stations at boat launches in the area to prevent invasive species such as Eurasian milfoil. As many as four more...
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