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Hudson, NYhudsonvalley360.com

Pollinator Patch & Art Walk at Greenport Conservation Area

The Hudson Area Library and the Columbia Land Conservancy present Pollinator Patch & Art Walk at Greenport Conservation Area, Thursday, August 5, 6 p.m. Join Columbia Land Conservancy staff for a walk around their newly created Pollinator Patch and Art installation at Greenport Conservation Area. We will discuss the types of flowers in the pollinator patch as well as how you at home can add plants to help out declining pollinator populations. We will then take a walk down to the “Step into Stillness” art installation by David McIntyre located along the trail. This event is free and open to the public. Space is limited. To register, email programs@hudsonarealibrary.org or call 518-828-1792 x101.
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Politicsbayobserver.ca

Have your say on Fifty Point Master Plan

The Hamilton Conservation Authority is looking for public input as it formulates a master plan for the development of the Fifty Point Conservation Area. HCA started acquiring land for Fifty Point in 1970 and the original development plans were prepared in 1975. The conservation area opened to the public in 1978 and since then site development has been guided through two Master Plans. The current effort is aimed at updating and replacing the 2000 Master Plan. The recommendations in this Master Plan are intended to help guide and direct HCA’s management, capital improvements and operation of Fifty Point for the next ten years.
Crawford County, IAdbrnews.com

Knight is new Yellow Smoke Park ranger

Monday was Tyler Knight’s first day on the job as the new Yellow Smoke Park Ranger for Crawford County Conservation. Knight is originally from Pella, where he grew up on an acreage. He has an environmental science degree from Briar Cliff University. Knight worked previously as the assistant natural resource...
Athol, MAAthol Daily News

Fern fans identify 13 species

ATHOL — Dave Small, President of the Athol Bird and Nature Club, reports:. “Thanks to Randy Stone for guiding us on an exploration of local ferns at the Bearsden Conservation Area in Athol on Sunday afternoon. The event was co-sponsored by the Athol Bird and Nature Club and the Pioneer Valley Fern Society. Twenty members and friends gathered in the post-rain-soaked afternoon to learn about these interesting and ancient members of the plant community.
Politicsleighjournal.co.uk

The Town & Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2015

The Town & Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2015. Planning (Listed Buildings & Conservation Areas) Act 1990. The following application has been received by the Council and is required to be advertised under the above Acts:. A/21/90945/MAJOR Open Land North East 73 Samuel Street Atherton. Erection of 15...
Wilton, NHledgertranscript.com

Wilton’s Frog Pond dam in need of assessment

The Wilton Select Board is taking a closer look at the dam at Frog Pond following new recommendations from the State Dam Bureau. Frog Pond, a conservation area that straddles the Milford-Wilton border, contains enough water that if the dam failed, it could cause a serious flooding concern, as waters could flood up to Main Street. The dam, which is on the Wilton side of the pond, is aging and seeing some signs of deterioration, Selectman Kermit Williams said.
Lawrence County, PANew Castle News

Quaker Falls to open in fall as a county park

Upgrades to the scenic and historical Quaker Falls area in Mahoning Township are nearing completion, and a grand opening of the recreational area as a county-owned park is anticipated for sometime this fall. Meanwhile, the 180-acre area remains closed to the public while finishing touches are added to the site...
Lifestylehudsonvalley360.com

Wednesday Wanderings: Overmountain Conservation Area

This month we explore the trail from Overmountain Conservation Area’s Kite Hill trailhead to the gazebo overlook. The Kite Hill trailhead is located at 138 Catalano Road in Ancram. Please note that if you’re using a GPS system, Catalano Road may variously appear as Cattalino, Catalonus, or other variations of that spelling. This trail is an old farm road, and is about half a mile to the gazebo, one way.
Saint Louis, MOPosted by
Tyrone Wallace

Flower Fields to visit in St. Louis

St. Louis, MO – Summer is the perfect time for having a picnic and photoshoot and St. Louis has some scenery to look forward to. The sunflowers and lavender will bloom from July through August. If you have waited all year for the opportunity this is the perfect time to visit a couple of flower fields you can find in St. Louis.
Phelps County, MOthreeriverspublishing.com

Missouri Department of Conservation invites families to back-to-school fishing event Aug. 9 at Bray Conservation Area

Young anglers and their families will have opportunities to ring in the school year with a catch-and-release fishing event on Aug. 9 near Rolla. On that date, from 4-7 p.m., the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) and the Meramec Hills Master Naturalist Chapter will host a back-to-school fishing event at the Bray (Marguerite) Conservation Area, which is located in Phelps County near Rolla at 14220 CR 7000 (Bridge School Road). This event, which is catch-and-release only, is for elementary school to high school students and their families.
Littleton, NHCaledonian Record-News

Plans Advance On New Community Forest In Littleton

LITTLETON — Following a March town meeting vote that overwhelmingly approved a community forest for the town-owned Eaton property, the Littleton Conservation Commission has been getting to work. “We have made quite a bit of progress in locating the boundaries because they were pretty overgrown and hard to find,” said...
PoliticsHillingdon Times

LONDON BOROUGH OF RICHMOND UPON THAMES PLANNING APPLICATIONS

The Council has received the following applications that are required to be statutorily advertised. They can be seen, together with the plans, ONLINE at www.richmond.gov.uk/planning; at the Civic Centre, 44 York Street, Twickenham TW1 3BZ; and online at all Borough libraries. Enquiries can only be dealt with at the Civic Centre. Any representations relating to the application(s) can be submitted online, this is the preferred option, however if you wish to email your views please ensure you quote the application number, supply a postal address and send your correspondence to envprotection@richmond.gov.uk by 20th August 2021. Please note that documents submitted for consideration in respect of planning applications (e.g. documents submitted as part of an application and representations relating to an application) are made available for inspection by the public on the Council's web site. Please clearly specify in your documentation any personal information that you do not want placed on the web site. We will contact you if we need to discuss this further with you.
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