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Virginia Department of Forestry: Woman's vision protects family's forest and its valuable legacy with conservation easementIn 1961, when Mrs. Segar White Guy inherited her father’s 306-acre tract of unmanaged forestland in Sussex County, she made the long-term commitment to improve the quality of the woodland, according to a news release from the Virginia Department...
Roanoke, VA - National forest officials are promoting flash flood awareness for neighboring communities and people who camp outdoors. A flash flood is a serious weather event for forest visitors because rising flood water is extremely dangerous—a...
Special to The TimesMy eyes widened as I heard the faint ripple across the Río Mamoré. I slowly turned my head and saw the pink backs of two river dolphins bobbing along, curving in and out of the brown water. The creatures were so dissimilar to their ocean counterparts,...
Special to The TimesThe plan was simple: Drive up and walk down. It made sense, after all, to use gravity to our advantage, especially because we were traveling in the oxygen-poor air three miles above sea level. But after 4 1/2 hours bouncing over kidney-bruising roads,...
Tags: Forests, Trips and Vacations, Massachusetts, California, Bolivia
The Hartford CourantDozens of speakers had one message Thursday night for the state police officials who plan to build a new firearms training facility: "Not in my state forest." Hundreds of residents, joined by many who want to protect the state's second largest state...
Plant a tree? Sure! If Queen Elizabeth II is out there doing it in her mid-80s, you can too. Of course, HM has a retinue of staffers who do the heavy lifting: digging the hole, finding and positioning the tree, taking care of it afterward. She need only...
Tags: Elizabeth II, Forests, Bill Daley, Earth Day, Natural Resources
Lehigh Valley WildA non-native, invasive insect that attacks and kills Eastern hemlock trees has advanced westward across Pennsylvania to Clarion and Jefferson counties where infestations have been confirmed in two state parks. “The hemlock woolly adelgid, a...
The Aberdeen Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department will explore whether the Moccasin Creek Complex and Player's Complex are sufficient to meet the needs of local softball players. On Wednesday, the Park and Recreation Board decided to order a...
Sun StaffTropical Storm Isabel destroyed or severely damaged thousands of Maryland homes and businesses, government officials said yesterday as the full extent of the storm's toll began to emerge. More than 3,300 homes were damaged or destroyed in eastern...
Sun StaffFour days after Isabel lashed Maryland, scores of Baltimore-area roads remained blocked yesterday by toppled trees - some ensnared by power lines and awaiting utility crews - and crippled by malfunctioning traffic lights. Workers in Baltimore and the...
Sun StaffNACOGDOCHES, Texas - Calls are still coming in to the sheriff's office here at the rate of about 75 an hour, calls from residents who think they have found another of the untold number of pieces of space shuttle Columbia. There is an unprecedented search...
Sentinel Staff WriterHurricane Charley's wreckage in Central Florida varied from the shattered antique-style streetlights in downtown Orlando to thousands of damaged mobile homes in rural areas. Orange County alone estimated $3.2 billion in damage to 165,000 properties....
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