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New Brunswick cider producer concerned over possible apple shortage

A Fredericton craft cider producer says the growing popularity of cider may cause a shortage of apples in New Brunswick in the next two years. 657 more words


The Good Life Spring 2016 by Ami Hillege

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We are emerging from a very wet winter. However, local farmers who have lived in the Otways for years, tell me that this is what a ‘normal’ winter is like. 594 more words


600 lb. grizzly bear captured in Sechelt, Sunshine Coast

B.C. Conservation officers captured a 600-pound grizzly bear on the Sunshine Coast Thursday.

The bears aren’t typically native to the Sunshine Coast but have appeared in the region in recent months. 110 more words


SF Renewable Fuel Company To Pay $27 Million For Fed Export Violations

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS/AP) — A company has agreed to pay $27 million in a settlement over violations of biofuel exports.

The U.S. Justice Department and Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday announced the settlement with Chemoil, which sells renewable fuel, diesel and oil products from San Francisco. 103 more words


Weekly Photo Challenge: Quest

Throughout Seattle, there are groups of people working to remove blackberry vines, morning glories and ivy from parks and Greenbelts. The empty lot that is behind my house is in of one of the Greenbelts. 708 more words