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Monthly Archives: February 2011

Improving the economy and creating jobs is a high priority. Governors and state legislatures are hard at work nationally. Finding ways to become more business friendly is a common goal. Everyone knows there are tough choices ahead. Budgets are in … Continue reading

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Missouri Artist Wins State Wetlands Habitat Stamp Competition Ohio DNR – February 22, 2011 18276/EntryId/2134/Missouri-Artist-Wins-State-Wetlands- Habitat-Stamp-Competition.aspx

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A new concept: rebuttable presumptions & wetlands agencies Connecticut Wetlands Law blog – February 19, 2011 concept-rebuttable-presumptions.html

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Virginia Wetlands Spared Legislative Mischief wetlands-spared-legislative-mischief.html

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Why the Green Bay Wetlands Bill Was Not a Job Creator Political Environment Blog – February 15, 2011 2011/02/why-green-bay-wetlands-bill-was-not-job.html

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The Great Lakes are a diamond on the hand of North America, Brightly shining jewel on the friends they’re bordering. Blue water highway, coming down from Canada, All along their coast lines you can hear them sing. –Great Lakes Song … Continue reading

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in coordination with EPA, FWS, and NRCS has formally published a proposed revised and updated wetland plant list, which is posted and open for public comment through March 7.  This is an opportunity to … Continue reading

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Lake Michiganders Don’t Want to See Water Levels Raised Upper Great Lakes Study – February 3, 2011

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Another Round in the Fight for Clean Water: Court decision leaves wetlands vulnerable to development By Caroline Wick – Wildlife Promise (NWF blog) – February 1, 2011 Last week another sideways step was taken in the long struggle to clarify … Continue reading

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Remembering Naturalists – The Wall of the Dead By Richard Conniff – Strange Behaviors blog – January 14, 2011 We go to great lengths commemorating soldiers who have died fighting wars for their countries.  Why not do the same for … Continue reading

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