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Dedication Ceremony October 31, 2014 North Myrtle Beach, SC (PRWEB) October 30, 2014 The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources has announced
Famed scientist Jane Goodall, best known for her 54-year study of chimpanzees, has lent her support to Dr.
By LIAM FARRELL Staff Writer The federal government has issued a fishery disaster declaration for the Chesapeake Bay blue crab, potentially providing millions of dollars for watermen struggling with low harvests and tighter regulations.
By Gargi Chakrabarty The Department of Natural Resources charged, among other duties, with policing Colorado's oil and gas industry will see its budget grow modestly if voters approve Amendment 58 in November.
By SCOTT WILLIAMS Waukesha -- For the second time in recent months, the state has filed suit to protect a Waukesha County lake against the perceived threat of encroaching shoreline development.
By ERIK ROBINSON An ecologically rich chunk of northwest Clark County would be permanently conserved under a land swap being considered by the county, the state Department of Natural Resources and a local family.
By SARA SEMELKA The Boone County Commission this month established a budget for a three-year project funded by a Department of Natural Resources grant to study the Hinkson Creek watershed and determine best-management practices for landowners in the environmentally sensitive area.
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