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AT Accessible During Government Shutdown, NPS and USFS Services Suspended

A shutdown of the US federal government began at midnight EST on January 20, 2018, with varying effects throughout government-managed public lands. About 700 miles of the Appalachian Trail is managed by the National Park Service (NPS), and more than 800 miles is managed by the US Forest Service (USFS). Show More Summary

Enormous MacArthur Park project moving forward, despite community concerns

Neighbors say it’ll be too pricey for local residents An enormous mixed use development that would rise right next to MacArthur Park is moving forward after the city council’s Planning and Land Use Management Committee approved plans...Show More Summary

Earth observations are helping countries manage their water security

The largest contiguous irrigation system on Earth, the Indus Basin provides water to 100 million people across South Asia. This basin is estimated to irrigate 45 million acres of farm land, and it's considered the bread basket of Pakistan—essential for sustaining the agriculture and economy of the nation.

Can Liverpool help Rafa Benitez land former Reds goalkeeper?

4 days agoSports / Football : Soccerlens

Can Liverpool help Rafa Benitez land former Reds goalkeeper? - originally posted on Former Liverpool manager Rafa Benitez seems keen to reunite with Pepe Reina and bring the goalkeeper to Newcastle in the summer. From - Football News | Football Blog

BLM to expand Phil's World mountain bike trail system

The Bureau of Land Management's Tres Rios Field Office has decided to expand a nationally recognized mountain bike trail system outside of Cortez. The Cortez Journal reports the BLM said … Click to Continue »

Pheasant project has potential to advance land management research

A new web-based application from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will allow the state's wildlife managers to examine how virtually manipulating land cover in a region could affect pheasant populations—and how much such efforts might cost.

Nyansa lands $15 million led by Intel Capital to grow user performance management

Companies like New Relic and AppDynamics have been offering applications performance management solutions to help operations teams track external performance issues for years. Nyansa (pronounced ‘knee-ans-sah’) is bringing that kind of performance management to internal networks. Show More Summary

Ayrshire photographer upstaged by bird who gets the shot

Lesley Garven, 40, was upstaged while taking a photo near Kirkcudbright in Dumfries and Galloway when a kingfisher managed to capture a snap of another bird by landing on her camera.

Collaboration between scientists and stakeholders vital to climate readiness in Alaska

As a U.S. state, Alaska is unique not only for its massive size but also for its reserves of natural resources and its land management. Over 60 percent of the state is federally owned, and the majority of the remainder is either state land, university land or owned by Alaska Native corporations.

Applications for Hunting Turkeys in Arkansas Available Jan. 15

One of the best ways to be successful on public land is to apply for one of the AGFC wildlife management area turkey hunt permits beginning Jan. 15. This post Applications for Hunting Turkeys in Arkansas Available Jan. 15 appeared first on

Interior plans to move thousands of workers in the biggest reorganization in its history

last weekHealth : The Checkup

Ryan Zinke launched a plan Wednesday to undertake the biggest reorganization in the Interior Department's history, changing how the government manages 500 million acres of public land.

The Latest: Bundy says sheriff has land authority, not feds

The Latest on the dismissal of federal charges against the Nevada rancher accused of leading an armed standoff against U.S. land management agents (all times local): ___ 3:15 p.m. The … Click to Continue »

Rancher: States, not feds, should manage range lands in West

The Nevada rancher who had his charges dismissed in a 2014 armed standoff with government agents is insisting that it's up to the states, not the federal officials, how to … Click to Continue »

The Latest: Rancher Cliven Bundy walks out a free man

LAS VEGAS (AP) — The Latest on the federal criminal case against a Nevada rancher accused of leading 2014 armed standoff against U.S. land management agents (all times local):

A Federal Judge Just Threw Out the Case Against Cliven Bundy

A federal judge in Las Vegas has dismissed the case against Cliven Bundy, the Nevada rancher who led an armed stand-off with law enforcement in 2014 after the Bureau of Land Management tried to seize cattle that, it said, he was illegally grazing on federal land. The episode turned Bundy into a folk hero of the […]

A $9 billion robo-adviser going all in on automation just landed $75 million

Robo-adviser Wealthfront landed $75 million in a new fundraising round, the company announced Thursday. Tiger Global Management, the New York-based investing firm, is leading the fundraise. Wealthfront will use the cash to enhance its...Show More Summary

200 acres to be added to Black Hills National Cemetery

The U.S. Senate has passed a bill that significantly expands the Black Hills National Cemetery. About 200 acres of land currently held by the Bureau of Land Management will be … Click to Continue »

Quarter of land will be drier under 2 C warming: study

More than a quarter of Earth's land surface will become "significantly" drier even if humanity manages to limit global warming to two degrees Celsius, the goal espoused in the Paris Agreement, scientists said on Monday. At 1.5 C, parts...Show More Summary

Lithium, Love and Losing My Mind: Jaime Lowe on Her Life With Bipolar Disorder and Drugs to Manage It

Lowe discusses her journey to Bolivia, the "land of lithium." We speak with journalist and author Jaime Lowe about her remarkable memoir, “Mental: Lithium, Love, and Losing My Mind.” She shares and investigates her experience with mental illness and the drugs used to combat it. Show More Summary

Risky BMX Trick Ends With Luckiest Landing Ever

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is a video of some young BMX'r attempting a pool to over-the-fence front flip when he comes up a little short and somehow manages to land with both legs between fence posts instead of an extra butthole. Lucky. Also, after seeing...Show More Summary

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