The head of the Maritime College of Forest Technology said he wanted to keep “a positive relationship” with the forestry industry as he fielded complaints about an instructor he later fired. Officials at Natural Resources Canada were complaining to college director Tim Marshall about Rod Cumberland, a biologist and instructor who opposes the spraying of
Lansing State Journal This month, as weather warms and spring arrives, Michiganders begin to think about heading outdoors. As we do so, it’s important to remember there is still fierce debate going on — in the Michigan Legislature and at the federal level — on how best to protect the environment for future generations. Here (below) is a
As often happens when Florida’s short winter turns to spring, wildfire first finds fuel among the woods in the Panhandle. A flicker in March grew to a blaze that scorched more than 34,000 acres in three counties amid the dead trees and dried vegetation left in the wake of Category 5 Hurricane Michael in 2018.
A central task force to ensure “synergy” between the National Forest Policy, Forest (Conservation) Act and National Agro-Forest Policy aiming to promote sustainable development has been set up with an aim to develop “synergies” between the three legislations and promote sustainability. “It has been decided to constitute a Task Force under the chairmanship of Director
Patrick T. Fallon | Bloomberg | Getty Images As interest rates tick upward, it may be tempting for homebuyers to explore adjustable rate mortgages. The appeal of an ARM, as it’s called, can be the lower initial interest rate compared with a traditional 30-year fixed-rate mortgage. However, that rate can change down the road —
Galesburg Register-Mail The astronomers tell us that spring has arrived. Even though it was cold last weekend, we are rapidly entering ecological spring too. Skunk cabbage, spring beauties, and hazelnut are blooming in the woods. Daffodils and crocuses are blooming in town. Ducks and geese have been migrating through the area for the past month.
Special to The T&D The awards displayed in Johney L. Haralson’s office are numerous, save one. But that was remedied when Haralson was honored with a resolution from Bamberg County Council recognizing his lifetime of extraordinary achievement, service and contributions to the area. Haralson was presented the unanimously adopted resolution during a surprise celebration at