Amid Tensions in Myanmar, An Indigenous Park of Peace Is Born

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Yale Environment 360
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The Karen people of eastern Myanmar have long fought for autonomy over their lands. In a bold move, they have turned a war zone into a protected area that respects their cultural traditions and looks to save the Salween,
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Morrison: Late fall warm fronts lengthen hunting and fishing seasons

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Mankato Free Press
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Scant weeks ago, the Minnesota waterfowling season seemed to be at an early end due to plummeting temperatures locking up most open water with ice. Not that long ago, I
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Search: amber

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BeerAdvocate
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If the last 10 years have been marked by limit-pushing and attention-seeking behavior, craft brewers have overachieved. The next five years will be defined by simply trying to make enough beer to satisfy the pent-up demand. Casey Hughes of Flying Fish Brewing Company Going Pro by Paul McMorrow When Hughes arrived at Flying Fish a decade ago, the brewery was producing 4,000 barrels in a year; now, it’s on track to top 18,000. Almost all of the brewery’s growth has been local.
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In 1964, Joan Baez sang in Redlands, Bob Dylan in Riverside

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The Press-Enterprise
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Elizabeth Thomson’s “Joan Baez: The Last Leaf” — highlighted her long career in both activism and music, as well as the five years she spent in Redlands as a girl while her father, Albert, taught at the University of Redlands.
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Oceanside gets $175,000 for wetlands enhancement

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San Diego Union-Tribune
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“Restoration involves excavating about 8,700 cubic yards of disturbed infill to create new wetland and upland zones ... a $400,000 grant from the California Coastal Conservancy in 2018 to ...
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Con artists’ scam costs Southern California Edison customers $300,000

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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
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Fake SCE employees calling about overdue bills have stolen money from hundreds of customers in 2020. ‘I can’t believe I fell for this,’ one victim says.
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Week 27 of coronavirus quarantine — Baras, Catanduanes

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The Manila Times on MSN.com
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The Philippine Textile Council Inc., our indigenous textile advocacy group, visited weaving communities in the Bicol Region (Region 5) in 2019, but we missed Catanduanes, as it is an island apart. You have to have the time,
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