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1 Pine River Watershed Alliance recognizes woman for water quality work
2 Pine River Watershed Alliance recognizes Trout Lake Camp
3 Whitefish Chain of Lakes water quality improves with phosphorus reduction
4 Project seeks to reduce phosphorus running into Island-Loon Lake on the Whitefish Chain of Lakes
5 NOW letter to the U.S. Air Force on Clark's Marsh plan garners more than 200 signatures
6 Public Comments Sought for Lone Pine Irrigation District Infrastructure Modernization Project | NRCS Oregon
7 Chippewa Nature Center's Pilaske wins award
8 Pennsylvania’s public lands should be protected for everyone, not drilled into oblivion | Opinion
9 Giving City Communities the Chance to Get to Know the Delaware
10 Governor wants SC to plant 3 million pine trees to fight flooding. Will it work?
11 Rock rapids taking the place of 1939-era Willow River dam
12 Zebra mussel suppression project coming to Pelican Lake this summer
13 Studies show major economic benefits from parks and trails – and Michigan leaders are catching on
14 DNR's newest conservation officers set to hit the field
15 FERC extends license of Pine River dam despite historic removal agreement
16 BC ranchers, loggers unite against plan to log rare old-growth rainforest
17 Trump's border wall scarred sacred lands, displaced wildlife and drained water. Can it be taken down?
18 Keep the peace outdoors, don't walk on the ski trails
19 20 Years & Onward: USVLT launches capital campaign | Local News |
20 Outdoor Notes for Nov. 10
21 Minnesota moose survey canceled for 2021
22 The hog baron
23 Phosphorus and bacteria are top challenges in Mississippi River-Sartell Area Watershed
24 OPINION | MASTERSON ONLINE: Back on the Buffalo again
25 Community events and announcements: April 15, 2021
26 South River Watershed Alliance to DeKalb County: Stop dumping raw sewage into river
27 New reports: Mississippi River-Brainerd Watershed has good water quality, but opportunities for improvement
28 Much Obliged: Thanks from the Northland Arboretum
29 Panel rejects banning hog farms on Buffalo
30 Hog-farm ban moves into lap of legislators
31 Meet the man tasked with defending the Youghiogheny River
32 River's gems sparkle on War Eagle
33 Buffalo River panel approves funds for improving 2 roads
34 NWA outdoor briefs: Beaver Lake gets striped bass; Elmdale tops for catfish
35 Watershed Friendly Living – Snow and Ice Removal
36 DEP Announces More than $12 Million to Fund Local Water Clean Up Projects in PA's Southcentral Region
37 Nonprofit coalition advocates initiative to preserve Mississippi headwaters. Study indicates $490-$500 million in direct and indirect benefits
38 Payment made, state gains hog farm land; Buffalo River's protection still seen as priority
39 Sonoma County debuts Adopt a Road program with clean roads, watershed in mind
40 Teachers bring Great Lakes science explorations back to school
41 Starting to pull
42 $1M transfer for Buffalo National River watershed clears panel
43 NWA outdoor briefs
44 No to new permit, state tells hog farm in Buffalo River watershed
45 State groups weigh effects of water rule
46 Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay strives to help the community protect the streams of the Chesapeake Bay watershed
47 Rescheduled Mayor's Paddle to take place soon
48 176 Groups Urge State to Maintain Environmental Funding to Create Jobs and Restart the Economy
49 Giant Potato Grower Threatens What's Left of Our Land
50 Local conservation groups threaten to sue U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
51 Declines in water quality recorded in parts of Beaver Lake watershed
52 Mineral Creek to be focus of extensive watershed study
53 These Philly-area environmental groups received millions in coronavirus PPP loans to keep staff afloat
54 Wabash River could provide global example
55 Minnesota's forests, land offer chance to cut greenhouse gases
56 SC's ambitious Black River park project will provide public access to waterway
57 NWA outdoor briefs: Square to Square goes virtual, student grants available and more
58 Dead in the Water | Cover Stories
59 Calling out the hogs
60 Crosslakers put flower planters on city bridges
61 Ways to give back to Lake Tahoe this holiday season
62 Salmon People: A tribe’s decades-long fight to take down the Lower Snake River dams and restore a way of life
63 Former Pequot Lakes mayor, principal dies: Ed Larsen remembered as consensus builder, environmental advocate
64 St. Louis Earth Day Festival 2021
65 Election 2020: Q&A with Thomson Township Seat D candidates
66 U.S. House Approves Central Coast Land and River Protections
67 Planting seeds: National movement with local ties works to restore Native cultural food traditions
68 Boy Scout troop thankful for community support
69 Conservation activists, Herring Pond Wampanoag president speak out against solar farm
70 Firm submits closure plans for Arkansas hog farm
71 California Wine Country wine trade groups back farmworker COVID-19 vaccinations
72 90 days added for hog-farm ban comments
73 Previous Post: « Origins, Growth of North Carolina Land Trusts
74 California Attorney General Announces Sentencing in AIDS Research Alliance Fraud Scheme
75 Public Comments Sought for East Fork Irrigation District Infrastructure Modernization Project | NRCS Oregon
76 Kingstons Elm Street Dam removal serves as an example
77 Part of Buffalo River, Big Creek on Arkansas' impaired list
78 “They’re getting bigger, faster”: Colorado braces for what’s next after last year’s explosive wildfires
79 Conservation groups sue to stop massive logging and burning project in Castle Mountains
80 Hog farm near Buffalo River receiving $6.2 million to close
81 UF Collaborates with Conservation Foundation on Coastal Solutions
82 Lake Mendota has officially frozen over, state climate experts say
83 Alliance for the Arts transforms with $1.2 million Water Wall and ArtsPark project
84 Camden Works Successfully Finds More Jobs for City Residents
85 She was fired for an anti-Muslim tirade toward 3 Somali women. Now, they plan to help her get re-hired
86 Hudson River Contamination Sparks Action
87 She urges a regional approach on watershed
88 ‘Godmother of the NJ Pines’ Candace Ashmun dies at 96
89 How a typo revived a Michigan fish feud over hungry Yoopers and science
90 Beetles are on the move in Aspen-area forests
91 Scott Dam slated for removal in plan by Sonoma County and partners to control hydropower project
92 San Juan Mining and Reclamation Conference to be held virtually
93 New member joins the Well Living Lab Alliance
94 Arkansas hog farm in watershed finds tolerance, disdain
95 Congress may protect 1 million acres of western wilderness
96 Sweetwater Lake purchased by national environmental nonprofit – The Durango Herald
97 River trip part of War Eagle appreciation
98 One year later: Rainstorm reminds residents of windstorm anniversary
99 Deal struck for water allocation in Central Arkansas region
100 Environmentalists say Wallkill River should be in state funding initiative for toxic algal blooms