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The Division of Natural Resources Management at Antietam National Battlefield is looking for volunteers for Natural Resources Volunteer Crew. This is a new subset of the battlefield's VIP (or Volunteers in Parks) program which emphasizes working on...
Maryland residents can ring in the New Year by receiving 10 free flowering trees by joining the Arbor Day Foundation any time during January. By becoming a member of the nonprofit foundation, residents will receive two white flowering dogwoods, two...
Capital Camps of Rouzerville, Pa., has applied for conditional use permission from the Washington Township (Pa.) Supervisors to build a retreat center on its property. The new facility would have an open conference room and rooms in which people could...
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FEB. 9, 1922-FEB. 4, 2011 SMITHSBURG, Md. — Lt. Commander, retired, Laurence Sharpe, 88, of Smithsburg, passed away Friday, Feb. 4, 2011, at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital, Shady Grove, Md. Born Feb. 9, 1922, in Chicago, Ill., he was the son of...
The American chestnut, a member of the beech family to which oak species also belong, was once an extremely important member of eastern North American forest communities. Its original range extended from Maine and southern Ontario south to Mississippi...
email@example.comToday would have been Meggan Wolfensberger's 27th birthday, a birthday she shared with her only son and middle child, Ashton Stouffer, who is 4 today. Instead of celebrating with cake, candles and balloons, Debbie Wolfensberger sits in her Virginia...
While forests have a lot to offer the visitor at all times of the year, spring is a particularly beautiful time to take a walk. Take time and look for flowers, listen, then look, for birds, and enjoy the fresh scents and clean air as the trees use sun,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgTo accommodate potential growth without exceeding water pollution limits, Washington County will have to continue to improve wastewater treatment technologies, trade load allowances among treatment plants and modify land-use policies, a proposed...
Opened amid the United States Bicentennial celebration in 1976 and home to the country's largest collection of postcards, the Lake County Discovery Museum will move to Libertyville, in what officials say is a more centralized location. "We can protect...
Tags: Wauconda, Arts and Culture, Libertyville, Museums
As firefighters struggle to contain the Powerhouse fire that is raging between Santa Clarita and Antelope Valley, we are reminded of the terrible devastation that fire, wind and dry fuel can bring. We are also seeing the tremendous utility of night...
As a licensed arborist in the state of Connecticut, I am going to have to say that the new fees enacted as part of the state budget are outrageous. Especially when these fees are done to supposedly promote professional standards for arborists [June 5,...
Tags: Science and Technology, Forests, Standards
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