Linda Kulkarni lives in what she describes as wonderful countryside full of wetlands. “It’s a habitat for endangered species,” said the Township of Montague resident. “We’ve got Blanding’s turtles [that] come to our doorstep every year, [plus] many different varieties of frogs. “We need to preserve this for the future.” Kulkarni was one of approximately 80 demonstrators — plus
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Illustrative image (Photo: bacgiang.gov.vn/) Bac Giang (VNA) – Bac Giang province will promote the transfer and application of scientific and technological advances in agricultural production, forestry and fisheries, according to the People’s Committee of this northern province.  The province attaches importance to the application of national and international good agricultural standards such as VietGAP and GlobalGAP,
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Letters to the editor: Nov. 27 Published 12:00 am Sunday, November 27, 2022 Where will all the garbage go? I enjoyed the article on where will the garbage go (Nov. 20). Probably along the side of the road. The county manager and commissioners should be paying the guy in southwest Rowan County (Jan. 11) instead
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The Imo State Government, through its agency, Owerri Capital Development Authority (OCDA) has blamed the deployment of non-professionals as one of the main causes of the incessant building collapses throughout the country. The General Manager of OCDA, Engr. Francis Chukwu, made this known while delivering his address at the Nigeria Institute of Building, Imo State
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MONTREAL — Environment and Climate Change Canada says a Montreal-area company has been fined $40,000 for violating a federal law aimed at protecting an endangered frog.  The federal environment agency says building material retailer Canac-Marquis Grenier Ltée pleaded guilty Thursday at the Longueuil, Que., courthouse to one count of violating the prohibitions under the Emergency
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