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    1. Keeping Up With Ticks

      US News & World Report2 days ago

      With the mild winter and a booming deer population, tick season has begun and bugs are biting. If you live anywhere that ticks appear, learn how to protect yourself from these parasites and ...

    2. Outdoor enthusiasts may be eager to learn that the Jackson County Conservation District is seeking volunteers to participate in its Upper Grand River Adopt-A-Stream program. From 1 to 4 p.m.

    3. Bird songs a familiar sound of spring

      The Springfield News-Leader2 days ago

      The more you know about bird song, the more you’re apt to be fascinated by this well-known ritual of spring. Why there’s so much bird song at this time of year is a well-known fact: It’s often ...

    4. It's time to watch out for ticks

      Daily Herald4 days ago

      The Lake County Health Department/Community Health Center is encouraging residents to take precautions against ticks, which can carry diseases such as Lyme disease. Once considered a rare illness ...

    5. The Lake County Health Department/Community Health Center is encouraging residents to take precautions against ticks, which can carry diseases such as Lyme disease. Once considered a rare illness ...

    6. Citrus Greening Disease

      The Valdosta Daily Times5 days ago

      Citrus Greening Disease or Huanglongbing disease, (HLB), is a very serious bacterial disease of citrus that was first found in south Florida in 2005. By 2009, it was confirmed in all major citrus ...

    7. Barb Ayers, Hood River County emergency manager, speaks at Rockford Grange during the "Big One 2.0" open house, educating the public about the Cascadia Subduction zone earthquake. Scenes of ...

    8. Jenny’s Reesources

      York News-Times4 days ago

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