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Moose Jaw Wildlife Federation Youth & Family Ice Fishing Tournament March 11th

Moosejaw Today | 2023-02-06, 20:10

This year’s annual Youth & Family Ice Fishing Tournament put on by Moose Jaw Wildlife Federation is a special time for families to experience the great outdoors together and a chance to fish. The event will take place at Buffalo Pound Park on March

Renewable energy bill a small price to pay for climate change

no EC St Albans Messenger | 2023-02-06, 20:07

Staff illustration The proposed updates to the Renewable Energy Standard calling for more renewables are crucial if we are serious about tackling the root causes of the climate crisis. � Vermont has done a good job of encouraging the

UNC basketball vs. Wake Forest: Scouting report, score prediction for Tar Heels' ACC game

no EC Jacksonville Daily News | 2023-02-06, 20:05

North Carolina basketball carries a two-game losing streak into its in-state ACC matchup with Wake Forest on Tuesday. Coming off a 63-57 loss at Duke, the Tar Heels (15-8, 7-5 ACC) will attempt to take down the Demon Deacons (15-9, 7-6) for a

2/6/2023 - Water Resources Status Report Highlights Preparations for a Changing Climate - Spanish version (Santa Cruz County, CA)

Public Technologies | 2023-02-06, 20:04

) County of Santa Cruz HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY POST OFFICE BOX 962, 1080 Emeline Ave., SANTA CRUZ, CA 95061-0962 TELEPHONE: (831) 454-4000 FAX: (831) 454-4488 TDD: Call 711 Press Release For Release: Immediately Contact: Sierra Ryan Date: February 6, 2023

Bird flu (avian influenza): latest situation in England (DEFRA - UK Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs)

Public Technologies | 2023-02-06, 20:04

) News story Bird flu (avian influenza): latest situation in England Find out about the latest bird flu situation in England and guidance for bird keepers and the public. From:Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs and Animal and Plant Health

Three ways to maintain your irrigation systems and garden during winter (City of Roseville, CA)

Public Technologies | 2023-02-06, 20:04

) During winter, your lawn will look healthier if you let nature water for you. If your sprinklers are still on, your lawn is receiving too much water, so turn off sprinklers and take advantage of all that free and clean rainwater. --Justin Black, Roseville

Rescuing a Right Whale (Georgia Department of Natural Resources' Wildlife Resources Division)

Public Technologies | 2023-02-06, 20:04

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Moores Creek National Battlefield Request for Public Art Submissions (NPS - National Park Service)

Public Technologies | 2023-02-06, 20:04

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Rhino poaching sees slight decline in South Africa

Reuters | 2023-02-06, 20:01

JOHANNESBURG, Feb 6 (Reuters) - The number of rhinos poached for their horns in South Africa decreased slightly in 2022 but more must be done to save them in provincial parks, the environment ministry said on Monday. A total of 448 rhinos were illegally killed

Curiosity Rover Finds Foot-Long Meteorite on Martian Surface

Gizmodo | 2023-02-06, 19:55

NASA’s Curiosity rover found a meteorite as it was trucking across Mars last week. Read more... ...

Allocation to irrigation up by over ₹4,200 crore but progress to depend on loans

The Hindu | 2023-02-06, 19:49

The outlay for capital expenditure on irrigation is put at ₹10,014 crore in 2023-24 ...

Shark attacks decrease in Volusia waters

no EC Daytona Beach News-Journal | 2023-02-06, 19:44

Volusia County's seven shark bites last year were the fifth-lowest in 22 years, and tied with 2015. The fewer bites were part of an overall drop worldwide last year in bites and fatal shark attacks, the Florida Museum of Natural History’s Florida Program for

Powerful quake rocks Turkey and Syria, kills more than 2,600

East Bay Times | 2023-02-06, 19:44

By MEHMET GUZEL, GHAITH ALSAYED and SUZAN FRASER (Associated Press) ADANA, Turkey (AP) — A powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake rocked wide swaths of Turkey and neighboring Syria on Monday, killing more than 2,600 people and injuring thousands more as it

Protect the forests

Castanet | 2023-02-06, 19:39

The environment is in the news. The B.C. government’s intentions paper, From Flood Risk to Resilience in B.C. asks for public input. Premier David Eby has declared our forests “exhausted.” Measures have started to protect old-growth forests.

Guest editorial: As climate change and overuse shrink Lake Powell, the emergent landscape is coming ...

Park Record | 2023-02-06, 19:35

Copernicus Sentinel-2 satellite image of Lake Powell, 2018. As Western states haggle over reducing water use because of declining flows in the Colorado River Basin, a more hopeful drama is playing out in Glen Canyon. Lake Powell, the second-largest U.S.

‘Act decisively before it is too late’, Guterres warns countries, laying out his priorities for 2023

APO | 2023-02-06, 19:29

Download logo Time is running out as the world inches closer to meltdown and countries must change course before it is too late, UN Secretary-General António Guterres warned on Monday, presenting his priorities for the year. Addressing the General

Saratoga’s tree canopy ‘took a big hit’ during bomb cyclone

The Mercury News | 2023-02-06, 19:22

When a string of winter storms hit California in December and January, several Bay Area cities reported significant damages. While most of Saratoga’s roads and buildings were able to withstand the storm, the city’s tree canopy was hit big by the extreme

Powerful quake rocks Turkey and Syria, kills more than 2,500

The Mercury News | 2023-02-06, 19:22

By MEHMET GUZEL, GHAITH ALSAYED and SUZAN FRASER (Associated Press) ADANA, Turkey (AP) — A powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake rocked wide swaths of Turkey and neighboring Syria on Monday, killing more than 2,500 people and injuring thousands more as it

This year, ski and snowshoe with forest rangers at Lake Tahoe

The Mercury News | 2023-02-06, 19:22

What’s better than hitting the slopes with all this gorgeous powder we’ve gotten? What if you had an expert guide leading the way – a U.S. Forest Service ranger? That’s possible this year at Lake Tahoe thanks to the forest service’s

National Assembly Speaker Raja Pervez Ashraf seeks F9 park rape incident report from IGP Islamabad

Urdu Point | 2023-02-06, 19:20

National Assembly Speaker Raja Pervez Ashraf on Monday sought a comprehensive report from the Inspector General Police (IGP), Islamabad about rape of a young girl in F-9 park (Fatima Jinnah Park) on February 2,2023 of the federal capital ISLAMABAD,

Rolls-Royce Nuclear Engine Could Power Quick Trips to the Moon and Mars

Gizmodo | 2023-02-06, 19:19

Rolls-Royce Holdings is getting into the

FWS Scholar Eric Dunton (US Fish and Wildlife Service)

Public Technologies | 2023-02-06, 19:16

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Partial Closure of San Miguel Island Due to Safety Concerns (NPS - National Park Service)

Public Technologies | 2023-02-06, 19:16

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Celebrate a Century of Wonder at Bryce Canyon National Park (NPS - National Park Service)

Public Technologies | 2023-02-06, 19:16

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Wake Forest will play host to North Carolina on Tuesday night

no EC Winston-Salem Journal | 2023-02-06, 19:16

John Dell There have been a few changes for Wake Forest and North Carolina since the last time the two teams met in Chapel Hill in early January. The two teams will play again on Tuesday night (7 p.m. on ESPN), this time at Joel Coliseum and those changes

Writers on the Range: The West is an exploiter’s paradise

Steamboat Pilot | 2023-02-06, 19:10

High on a mesa where everyone can see it, a trophy house is going up in the northern Colorado valley where I live. Some of my neighbors hear that the house will be as big as 15,000 square feet. Others say it will take three years to complete. Whether that is