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War Against the Aliens

When I moved to Hilton some nine years ago, I was told that “anything will grow in your garden; if you put a broom handle in the ground, it will sprout” and due to the rich fertile soil that has indeed been the case. 354 more words

A Thought on The Debate of Hunting Endangered Animals

First of, this is my personal view on a topic that’s been on the news more recently the last couple months; some of you might have a different opinion. 760 more words


Mill River Collaborative’s Park Revitalization Moves Forward

By Leif Skodnick

Originially published in the Fairfield County Business Journal, July 14, 2014.

The Rippowam River ambles along just west of Washington Boulevard in Stamford, winding under the Broad Street bridge and into the Mill River Park and Greenway, a verdant space separating West Stamford from downtown. 232 more words


Hartebeest (Alcelaphus buselaphus)

The Hartebeest (Alcelaphus buselaphus) is a large antelope once inhabiting all African grasslands and savannahs. The species can be differentiated into a series of subspecies which differ markedly in their appearance, but readily interbreed where possible. 186 more words


Omaheke conservancies' wealth not benefiting communities

The wealth of nature and wildlife conservancies in the Omaheke region is yet to trickle down to the region’s inhabitants, despite the region hosting two well-established conservancies. 271 more words


THE BIG REVEAL: Historic Hike Series, Part One

We mentioned an official reveal that will go down not only in this year’s North Carolina mountain history, but of all centuries of mountain history to come. 238 more words

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