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Goin' Green...

Today was the first day of 2015 spring field work for Iowa Learning Farms!  Here are a few shots from my visit to our cover crop plots at the ISU Armstrong Research Farm (Southwest Iowa): 86 more words

Camping with the Forestry Program

If you want a job done, the best that it can be,
Just call on any forester, from good old I.S.C.

– Part of the third stanza in “The Forester’s Song.” (Songs from Camp, …

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How to bake cinnabuns while camping!

Camping can be hard on the mind and body alike, to start the day on a good note try eating a cinnabun for breakfast. Cinnabuns are packed with calories and sugar which can be a nice kickstart in the morning (especially for people like me who don’t drink coffee). 62 more words

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Re-Scheduled Meeting w/Musky and Striper Program, April 2

The  Musky & Striper program  which was scheduled for last month was cancelled due to ice storm. Thankfully Matt Miles was still available and willing to reschedule for… 245 more words

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Smith River Cleanup!

Smith River Trout Unlimited (SRTU) is calling on all members, fishermen and civic minded volunteers to help with our annual Smith River Cleanup on Saturday, March 28, 2015… 166 more words

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Growing up American. Myth busting 101.

Setting the record straight requires a bit of gumption, determination and gusto. Would you agree? As the current social & political correctness of a particular ill fabricates myths that I for one am not going to tolerate, I’m about to get down on it and when you open your mouth to protest the current trend of myth fabrication, the cry babies will start to holla. 632 more words

Bedford County: Muddy Boots, Cows, and the Places Preservation Takes You

By Torren Gatson, CHP Graduate Research Assistant

About two weeks ago, I received an energetic e-mail from Leigh Ann Gardner, interpretive specialist for the Tennessee Civil War National Heritage Area… 900 more words