Thursday, July 9, 2020
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A group of scientists plan to spend the next few decades replenishing populations of lake sturgeons, particularly in Lake Erie.

Learn more about freshwater mussels; their role in the ecosystems of rivers, lakes and streams in the Midwest and how you can help protect them.

Julie Geiss shares memories from a recent family road trip to Assateague State Park and National Seashore and the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

Julie Geiss recounts the views of a recent trip to Mill Creek Park. Learn more about the history of the man-made structures and the beauty around them.

Julie Geiss details a recent hike she and her family took at Nelson-Kennedy Ledges State Park.

Mike Tontimonia bids farewell to his readers and shares one final story as he prepares for a sort-of retirement.

Meriwether Lewis, William Clark and the rest of the Corps of Discovery were the first white men to cross the western half of the U.S. in 1804.

Learn two ways to disinfect water from natural freshwater sources to use for drinking, cooking, washing dishes and brushing teeth in an emergency.

If you need a feather fix until cold winter weather really sets in, try some of Scott Shalaway's suggestions for online birding.

Judith Sutherland urges us to enjoy the open horizon, sunrise to sunset, and plant a flower or two while we can.
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