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  • Promo pic from Anacostia Watershed Society facebook page
    Wildlife and Watershed Wednesday Happy Hour in D.C.
    Did you know? Anacostia Watershed Society is a non-profit environmental organization devoted to restoring and protecting the Anacostia River.What: You’re invited to join Anacostia Watershed Society at Big Bear Cafe in DC's Bloomingdale...
  • Seminole Beacon ads displayed in September 25 edition
    Conflicting ads cause fertilization confusion
    I live in Pinellas County, Fla. and in the past few weeks I have been a little confused by the ad placement in my local newspaper, the Seminole Beacon. Every Wednesday, I devour each page of this circular’s valuable information and I take...
  • Ballston Pond
    End of summer: Ballston Pond
    The Ballston Pond is as dry as it has been for years. Where there used to be more cattails than anything else, now there are more water plants and a few water mallows. The channel that was cleared for drainage to the storm pipe and onto the new...
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    Living in the Chesapeake Bay watershed: did you brush your teeth this morning?
    Did you brush your teeth this morning? How about take a shower? Did you enjoy your morning cup of coffee?How much of your morning routine involves water? So many of us take advantage of the fact that we have access to cheap, clean water within our...
  • Waycroft/Woodlawn
    Arlington polluters: Waycroft/Woodlawn Neighborhood
    You have to call them they way you see them, the citizens of the Waycroft/Woodlawn neighborhood living along the open Lubber Run have contributed to the enormous pollution problem at Ballston Pond. The people who are living with children in the...
  • A Watershed moment for the hoodie
    A Watershed moment for the hoodie
    The hooded sweatshirt, as we know it, has been around since the 1930s, yet clothing manufacturers are constantly taking on the challenge of improving it. Some attempts are not dissimilar to reinventing the wheel while others tweak just the right...
  • Learn about water resources and shale gas drilling
    Learn about water resources and shale gas drilling
    The Penn State Water Resources Extension is offering a free webinar on water resources and on shale gas drilling this week. The first part is “New tools for teaching youth about water: Watershed Decisions” while the second part of...
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    USDA and Coca Cola to Improve Water Resources in Five States
    U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Tom Vilsack and Coca-Cola Americas President Steve Cahillane today announced a public-private partnership to restore and protect damaged watersheds on national lands. Together these efforts aim to...
  • The Most Moving Performance at Watershed Festival 2013
    The Most Moving Performance at Watershed Festival 2013
    For those of us Shedders who got to enjoy this whole festival (thanks BOC and LiveNation Crew!), there are a few honorable mentions in this category. First, there's the veteran who was pulled on to the stage with Toby Keith, crowd surfing his...
  • Gorge Main
    WATERSHED 2013: How the Gorge in George does Country
    For those of you who have not and may not ever get the chance to visit one of the most breathtaking venues for live music known to man kind, here is what I usually tell people when they ask, “So what’s so great about The Gorge...
  • High water dampens fishing spirits
    High water dampens fishing spirits
    For fly anglers of Southern Tier's flowing waters, it's been a somewhat disappointing June. The region has experienced a few weeks of high water on most rivers. Even tailwaters like the West Branch of the Delaware have not been exempt. As...
  • Loons
    Protecting northern Michigan lakes and rivers
    Healthy lakes, rivers and streams are vital to Michigan tourism. Dozens of northern Michigan government authorities and residents recently attended the “Local Government and Watershed Protection Forum” held in Central Lake.The issues...
  • Plans for the bypass tunnel
    City will dig billion dollar tunnel to fix leaks in water system
    The Environmental Department of New York City said today it is set this month to begin building a three-mile tunnel in the Hudson Valley to fix leaks in one of the city’s aqueducts.A portion of the aqueduct leaks between 15 and 35 million...
  • White River Watershed
    White River receives National Blueway designation
    Fans of U.S. natural areas have long known that the White River and its watershed are special. Today, Jan. 9, 2013, the Department of the Interior has made it official. Deputy Secretary of the Interior David J. Hayes today announced that the White...
  • Momentum and collaboration fueling Sustainable Tahoe’s growth
    Momentum and collaboration fueling Sustainable Tahoe’s growth
    Sustainable Tahoe volunteer force has demonstrated a blueprint for sustainable prosperity.Each Sustainable Tahoe action has built upon the previous. The 2010 Stewardship Congress brought conservation groups together to design activities for the...
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