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If you’re planning to watch the 2017 solar eclipse next Monday, you want to make sure you’re catching it at the right time and viewing it safely.

Remember fluorocarbon? Yep, it is a preferred fishing line of the present and future and here’s why.

Researchers working deep in the forests of Venezuela rediscovered the Tachira Antpitta, a brown bird not seen since it was first recorded in the 1950s.

Gatherers can find wild blackberries in Ohio’s woodlands, along the borders of farm fields, and on overgrown fencerows.

Judith Sutherland recalls childhood memories of afternoons spent in the woods behind her family farm.

Measuring up to 4 inches long, mantises are hard to miss. And because they are such beneficial insects, they get a lot of attention.

A team of researchers in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences has found that invasive plants are increasing with natural gas development.

The West Kentucky 4-H Camp in Dawson Springs is in the direct path of a total solar eclipse that will occur Aug. 21.

The local organization Rural Action is working with Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District to designate the Tuscarawas River as a state water trail.

Over the last 200 years, northern temperate forests in the U.S. have been invaded by numerous earthworm species native to Europe and Asia.
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