Environmental study clears way for Pogonip path

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Oct 172010
 

SANTA CRUZ – Environmental roadblocks in the way of a new walking and biking trail proposed for Pogonip can be handled by slightly altering the plan to protect the area’s sensitive habitat and wildlife, according to an environmental report released by the Parks and Recreation Department.
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Some hunting OK’d near Mother’s Bog in Brewster – Abington Mariner

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Oct 172010
 

Old-fashioned hunting is back on Brewster conservation lands. Wednesday night the conservation commission voted 3-1-1 to permit hunting with bow and arrow or primitive firearms at the Mother’s Bog property in the southeast corner of town, adjacent to the …
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New Lothrop ecology club introduces community to fitness trail – Argus Press

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Oct 172010
 

NEW LOTHROP — The New Lothrop community on Saturday took full advantage of a grant it had a part in its school district winning. The New Lothrop Area Public Schools Ecology Club invited area residents to its fitness trail for a community outreach day, funded
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World’s longest tunnel hailed as environmental breakthrough

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Oct 162010
 

The world’s longest tunnel took shape Friday deep beneath the Swiss Alps. The Gotthard Base Tunnel will become an important part of Europe’s high-speed rail network and hopefully save the Alps from environmental damage.
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National Seashore speeds ahead with Moors Road project – Abington Mariner

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Oct 162010
 

The National Seashore is raring to go on the Moors Road reconstruction project, which was discussed in detail at a public meeting held last Thursday at the Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies. The work involves repaving and widening the length of Moors …
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Ecology and Environment, Inc. Helps Advance First Large-Scale Solar Energy Projects on U.S. Public Lands – msnbc.com

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Oct 162010
 

Ecology and Environment, Inc., (E & E) (NASDAQ: EEI) announces its involvement in one of the first large-scale solar energy plant projects to be constructed on public lands, approved earlier this week by U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar. Specifically
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UPDATE: Mud Races Canceled at Rod Run and Doo Wop – WSAZ

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Oct 152010
 

Mayor Danny Jones says the races just created too much noise for an urban enviroment. Next year they will return to just having the car show. Jones says the races were successful in bringing people to the city, but the noise just affected too many neighbors.
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Global Ecology Corporation Completes the First Domestic Demonstration of Its Mobile … – msnbc.com

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Oct 152010
 

Global Ecology Corporation (OTCQB: GLEC) (PINKSHEETS: GLEC) announced today that it has successfully demonstrated the operation of its Mobile PureWater System™ (“MPWS”). On Saturday, October 9, 2010, the company showcased its proprietary water purification m
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Conservation Group Offers Aerial View of Environmental Damage

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Oct 142010
 

A conservation charity staffed by volunteer pilots seeks to alter the debate over major environmental issues by taking journalists, policy makers, and community leaders on flights over damaged sites in the southeastern United States, Bloomberg writes.
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