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  1. The Bussey Institute of Harvard University will hold the first of a series of eight lectures on economic entomology and genetics, Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The Bussey Institute is ...

  2. Many women love to go fly fishing. “The membership of (Trout Unlimited) doesn’t match the demographics of the fly fishing community, in general,” said Melyssa Graeper, Trout Unlimited Pacific Northwest volunteer coordinator.

  3. Scotts Bluff County 4-H Fair Results

    North Platte Telegraph22 hours ago

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  4. One of the special treasures of life in Nevada and Placer Counties is that Monarch butterflies are native here. On the evening of Wednesday, Aug. 29, learn how to raise Monarchs, with the Redbud ...

  5. Louisiana’s coast was already facing deadly threats: drowning from rising seas, beatings from hurricanes, poisoning from oil spills. The tiny invaders have an insatiable hunger for roseau cane ...

  6. Play-Doh helps plant research

    EurekAlert!5 days ago

    IMAGE: Ivan Hiltpold holds Play-Doh (plasticine) caterpillars designed to monitor birds preying on insects in response to plants sending out chemical pleas for help. Researchers at the University ...

  7. A continued risk of West Nile Virus was found in Ames after recent testing through Iowa State University and the University Hygienic lab. City officials suggest the results prove there is still ...

  8. Field Day is Tuesday at Muscatine Island

  9. Before they’ve taken their first class, Cornell’s 3,325 incoming freshmen could fill a book – or several – with their accomplishments, experiences and interests. First-year students arriving ...

  10. Most researched piece of land in all of N.D.

    The Wahpeton Daily News6 days ago

    An integrated approach to farming partnered North Dakota State University scientists with a Richland County farmer in a large-scale, long-term initiative. Farmer Ken Johnson of rural Mooreton ...

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