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New Hope To Stop—Or Greatly Slow—Seemingly Unstoppable Shoreline Erosion

WASHINGTON – Aptly nicknamed Washaway Beach, in Pacific County, Washington, has long suffered from the most extreme coastal erosion along the whole U.S. West Coast. Now a relatively low cost defense is raising hopes among property owners and nearby cranberry growers…Pacific Conservation District Manager Mike Nordin said an erosion control grant application seeking slightly more than $600,000 is pending with the Washington State Conservation Commission. 16 more words

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Conservation partners offering aid in protecting water quality, salmon habitat

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service is working with partners through the Regional Conservation Partnership Program to provide financial and technical assistance for landowners and producers wanting to improve water quality and salmon habitat in the Puget Sound…For more information, contact Meghan Adamire, Clallam Conservation District conservation planner… 13 more words

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Public comments sought for Lower Columbia Watershed Restoration

OREGON – The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service is teaming up with the Columbia Soil and Water Conservation District, in cooperation with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, to develop a watershed plan that would improve water quality and enhance fish and wildlife habitat within a portion of the Columbia-Clatskanie River sub-basin. 11 more words

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Horticulture fundraiser draws community

OREGON – With the weather getting warmer, and green things sprouting up everywhere, what better way to spend your weekend than planting a garden? …Booths from the Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District and Clackamas River Water Providers were set up next to the sidewalk informing buyers about pollinators, invasive and non-invasive plants and water conservation. 12 more words

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Select the right lilac for planting this spring

ALASKA – Lilacs seem to evoke more memories than other ornamental trees and shrubs. It must be their heady fragrance…All of the lilacs I’ve mentioned will be available this spring from local garden centers and greenhouses. 36 more words

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Memorial Day in Caswell County

The American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars are active in Yanceyville!  Here is a copy of their Memorial Day program announcement.   Join them for their remembrance event.

Download: Memorial Day Ceremony Flyer 2018

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The Midland District has a new website.

In the past each MYA district had developed their own website, and, in our case, we have two. The MYA has created a common theme for all districts which follows the same branding as the main MYA site. 130 more words

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