May 2, 2017

Americans disconnected from nature

New study shows deep appreciation for nature, barriers to connection

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July 26, 2016

Watertown park and braille trail opened

Increase recreational opportunities for people of all abilities

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March 27, 2016
HIKE ...

Extension agent leads students to nature

Extension agent encourages county residents to take a hike

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March 29, 2015

Balancing recreation, agriculture, nature

Complex zoning decisions can have implications far beyond recreation

FAYETTE CO., Ky. — A tightly managed, three-year effort to expand public recreation and tourism opportunities in rural Fayette County started coming unwound Thursday as the Planning Commission prepared to ...
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October 6, 2014

Farmer plows effort into saving monarchs

Meanwhile, the milkweed code is being cracked by researchers and scientists

When I was child back in the early '80s, monarch butterflies were so numerous south of Waxahachie during their annual fall migration that they seemed like the common, ordinary butterfly. ...
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September 23, 2014

Can Calif. economy survive nature’s fury?

Ongoing coverage of the severe 2014 drought and its affect on agriculture

When it comes to disasters, California can't seem to catch a break. Wildfires are scorching thousands of acres. Floods and droughts are unleashing havoc on homeowners and farmers. Last month, ...
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September 22, 2014

Cibolo Nature Center adds farm to name

Farm will offer hands-on lessons about sustainable gardening

BOERNE, Texas — Even as Cibolo Nature Center staffers celebrate a major milestone with the completed restoration of the historic Herff farmhouse, they're setting ambitious new goals. Wrapping up years ...
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