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  • ECO Camp
    Summer camp opportunity: ECO Camp accepting applications now
    ECO Camp (Exploring Careers Outdoors), run by the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, is now accepting applications from high school students for its free week-long program. The program is open to individuals who are...
  • Spring tree recycling
    Spring tree and limb recycling offered to Highlands Ranch residents May 11
    The Highlands Ranch Metro District is offering free tree and limb recycling services to residents on Saturday, May 11 from 8 a.m. until noon. As the weather warms up and you’re sprucing up your yard for spring, please save your discarded...
  • Chopsticks
    Saving the forests two chopsticks at a time
    They date back as far as 3000 years; generally Chinese prefer them tapered but blunt while the Japanese favor a more pointed tapered end. They come in pairs and are used for eating inChina, Japan, Korea and Vietnam as well as Thailand, Laos, Burma...
  • Fall leaves
    Wednesdays in the Wild Oct 5-12th 2011
    Oct 5 1-PM Trees of Tippecanoe County. Battlefield Park. Join Sally Weeks, Purdue Dendrologist, for a hike through the Battlefield. Meet at the nature center. Since the battlefield itself has never been plowed most of the larger trees have been...
  • Fort Worth's look toward the future: Part 2
    Fort Worth's look toward the future: Part 2
    Last week, a comprehensive plan for Fort Worth's expected future growth over the next twenty years was introduced, which involves a three part process. The transportation concerns of the city was spotlighted, now preservation and...