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What You Do Today Can Reduce Nuisance Canada Geese Issues This Summer

According to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, any increase in the goose population typically brings an increase in complaints. This post What You Do Today Can Reduce Nuisance Canada Geese Issues This Summer appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

The DRaaS Option

When natural, circumstantial, or man-made disasters strike, large corporations with considerable financial, physical, and human resources clearly have the edge over their smaller rivals when it comes to maintaining services, preserving...Show More Summary

Ocean acidification and warming: the economic toll

In a new study authored by Dr. John Talberth and Ernie Niemi of Natural Resource Economics, CSE reviewed the economic consequences of ocean acidification and warming – the two most prominent effects of climate change on our oceans – and estimated what increment to the existing social cost of carbon (SCC) needs to be made […]

Wisconsin budget proposal moves forestry division up north

A Wisconsin lawmaker says he believes Gov. Scott Walker's plan to move the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources' forestry division up north will help with recruitment. Wisconsin Public Radio (http://bit.ly/2kSDScq) … Click to Continue »

Climate-smart design for ecosystem management: a test application for coral reefs

The interactive and cumulative impacts of climate change on natural resources such as coral reefs present numerous challenges for conservation planning and management. Climate change adaptation is complex due to climate-stressor interactions across multiple spatial and temporal scales. Show More Summary

Volunteers Needed For Annual Michigan DNR Frog, Toad Survey

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is seeking volunteers throughout the state to assist with its annual frog and toad survey. This post Volunteers Needed For Annual Michigan DNR Frog, Toad Survey appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

Student AERE@SEA Call for Presenters

From Elaine Frey: Graduate students in Ph.D. programs who have research interests in environmental and natural resource economics are invited to submit an abstract for designated student AERE sponsored conference sessions at the SEA meetings. Interested students should email Elaine Frey (elaine.frey@csulb.edu) a document that contains their name, program of...

South Dakota House panel passes industrial hemp bill

A House committee has approved a bill that would allow the cultivation of industrial hemp in South Dakota. The House Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee voted 9-2 to approve the … Click to Continue »

'Fierce' Carnivore Documented in Iowa After 150-Year Absence

It's no Bigfoot sighting, but it'll do. KCCI reports a fisher has been documented in Iowa for the first time in 150 years. According to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, fishers are carnivores related to the weasel and otter and are "known for their fierceness." There have been some...

Maryland Approves The Benjamin Pioneer Airbow™ For Deer Hunting

(Bloomfield, NY) February 15, 2017-The Maryland Department of Natural Resources confirmed that the Benjamin Pioneer Airbow has been approved for use in the firearms season for whitetail and sitka deer. The Maryland firearms season typically...Show More Summary

Professional Services Update – Legal Arguments and Consulting Frameworks

Categories: The court case between Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation (ENRC) and law firm Dechert is interesting. ENRC has accused Dechert of “systematic and gross overcharging” after […] (Read more...)

Maryland Approves The Benjamin Pioneer Airbow For Deer Hunting

Maryland Department of Natural Resources confirmed the Benjamin Pioneer Airbow has been approved for use in the firearms season for whitetail, sitka deer. This post Maryland Approves The Benjamin Pioneer Airbow For Deer Hunting appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

Trump Administration Sued For Delaying Protections For Endangered Bee

The Natural Resources Defense Council has sued the Trump administration for delaying action that would protect an endangered bumble bee species with an integral role in the food chain. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in January made...Show More Summary

USU scientist explores 'big picture' of hydrologic modeling for water resources management

(Utah State University) Using water resources systems analysis and physical geography, Utah State University researcher Sarah Null is developing mathematical models to explore processes and interactions of both built and natural water systems.

State wildlife officials to relax some hunting regulations

West Virginia wildlife officials are seeking looser hunting regulations for deer and bears. The Charleston Gazette-Mail reports (http://bit.ly/2l0DWp8) Division of Natural Resources officials proposed a list of changes at the … Click to Continue »

Hunters, trappers take 141 bobcats in first Illinois season

Nearly 150 bobcats were taken during the first season that a new law allowed the previously endangered animals to be hunted. The Illinois Department of Natural Resources says preliminary totals … Click to Continue »

Swegways for Smegheads this Valentine’s Day!

Despite the fact that more and more natural resources are becoming scarce, there are still quite a number of smegheads that haven’t adopted the 3Rs. Up until now, it’s been quite perplexing as to how we can deal with this problem. However, after catching up on the public defender‘s blog and reviewing the 10 cautionary […]

Officer and pup partner enforce the law and look good doing it

What a good boy! Levi Knach, a law enforcement officer with Indiana's Department of Natural Resources, took a portrait with his partner — which normally wouldn't be too exciting.  But his partner happens to be one adorable pup. In aShow More Summary

Law Enforcement K-9 Can't Hide How Much He Loves His Partner

You may not be able to tell by the picture above, but Officer Levi Knach and his K-9 partner Kenobi “enforce the law with a vengeance,” according to Indiana’s Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement. Now, if they could only get...Show More Summary

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