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Blog Post Results (1-20 of 1999)


Seeing the forest through the trees

(University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture) The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture is participating in a three-year, $3-million grant by the National Science Foundation to develop a user-friendly interface that will help forest scientists everywhere record and share their genomic data for various tree species.

Mysterious Giant Celtic Cross Discovered In Irish Forest

Ireland is often seen as a land of magic and mystery thanks to the island nation’s history and the legacies of the ancient civilizations who have made Ireland their home. The most well-known of these, the Iron Age Celtic people, had a rich mythology and belief system full...

Mike's Blog Round Up

Hullabaloo: A National Exorcism Cognitive Dissidence: O'Darling! Booman Tribune: Will Trump Top 15% With Latinos? Seeing the Forest: Watch Out For The Coming Corporate Tax-Break Trickery Round up by Swimgirl.(tweeter @miamiswimmer) Send tips to mbru AT crooksandliars DOT com

Forays into Fastpacking: Surviving The A100

The A100 is an event that takes place every June in the Allegheny National Forest of western Pennsylvania. Participants have up to 50 hours to fastpack the 100 miles of the North Country Trail that go through the park. Running is not really encouraged, so in many ways, the A100 is an anomaly. There are......

Wildfire management vs. fire suppression benefits forest and watershed

An unprecedented 40-year experiment in a 40,000-acre valley of Yosemite National Park strongly supports the idea that managing fire, rather than suppressing it, makes wilderness areas more resilient to fire, with the added benefit of increased water availability and resistance to drought.

Wildfire management vs. fire suppression benefits forest and watershed

(University of California - Berkeley) In the West, wildfires have traditionally been suppressed to prevent them from getting out of control. But for 40 years in one watershed in Yosemite National Park, most natural fires have been left to burn. Show More Summary

Stylish and Secluded Olympic National Park Elopement

Margot and Israel are naturally drawn to mountains and seclusion, so they chose an Olympic National Park elopement for their special day! The couple had an intimate ceremony in the forest, shared some bubbly in thrifted mismatching champagne flutes, and ended the day with a sun-drenched stroll through the mountains in Deer Park. Show More Summary

Of Trees, Forests and Debates

    He calls her a nasty woman – tree She jabs him on not paying taxes – tree He refers to ridding the nation of bad hombres – tree She raises Alicia Machado to goad him – tree He can’t focus his concentration for more than 30 minutes – forest. After the third and [...] The post Of Trees, Forests and Debates appeared first on The Moderate Voice.

Hairy Humanoid Body...An Official Cover-Up in Florida

In 1998, a retired forestry official had a strange encounter in the Apalachicola National Forest:"It was 1998. I was 37 years old. I had been working with the forest department for 12 years. There was a fire in the Apalachicola National Forest that summer. Show More Summary

Gila National Forest Forest Plan Revision Meeting Schedule

Dirt Rider Gila NF Forest Plan Revision Community Meetings Scheduled. The Gila National Forest recently released the draft assessment report for feedback as part of the Forest Plan Revision process. The Gila National Forest highly encourages feedback on the draft assessment report and participation moving forward. Show More Summary

Santa Fe National Forest Announces Forest Plan Revision Open House Opportunities

Dirt Rider Santa Fe NF announces forest plan revision open house opportunities. The Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) is revising its Land and Resource Management Plan (Forest Plan), which will guide the management of all forest resources for the next 10 to 15 years. Show More Summary

Michigan: First Good Neighbor Authority Timber Sale Contracts Awarded

Under the GNA partnership, the DNR acts as an agent – in collaboration with the Forest Service – to conduct land-management projects on national forest lands. This post Michigan: First Good Neighbor Authority Timber Sale Contracts Awarded appeared first on Shooting Sports News.

UNESCO urges Bangladesh to scrap Sundarbans plant

The United Nations has urged Bangladesh to halt construction of a huge coal-fired power plant near the Sundarbans, warning of a serious threat to the delicate ecosystem of the world's largest mangrove forest. The UN's culture and science...Show More Summary

Homicide detectives investigating human skull found near Sylmar

A work crew was cleaning a dry wash near the Angeles National Forest on Thursday when they made a startling discovery: a skull. Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department homicide detectives confirmed late Thursday that the skull — found just after 11 a.m. in the 11700 block of Little Tujunga Canyon...

A Win in the Ground War Against Elephant Poachers in Africa

Nouabalé-Ndoki National Park, in northern Republic of Congo, consists of sixteen hundred square miles of Central African rain forest and is jointly administered by the Congolese ministry of forests and the Wildlife Conservation Society, of the Bronx. Show More Summary

Climate change has doubled the size of forest fires in Western US

Over the past three decades, man-made climate change has doubled the total area burned by forest fires in the Western US. A new study in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that the difference from 1985 to now is staggering. Show More Summary

The Redwoods, Whakarewarewa Forest

If you ever wanted to hug a huge tree, this is your chance! The Redwoods & Whakarewarewa Forest Park in Rotorua is famous for its spectacular sequoias. The national park’s biggest sequoia is circa 72m tall and measures 169 cm in diameter. So I am approximately as long as the view post The post The Redwoods, Whakarewarewa Forest appeared first on Karate and Caviar.

California hiker says bear had his neck in its jaws during attack

2 weeks agoNews : NY Daily News

Dan Richman said he was hiking in the Angeles National Forest outside Los Angeles when he was attacked.

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