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Glass shards prompt recall of Lean Cuisine ravioli 12.2.2013 azcentral.com | business
ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- Alaska environmental regulators say Nestle Prepared Foods Co. has issued a recall of Lean Cuisine mushroom ravioli after consumer reports that glass shards were found in the product. Officials say affected packages of Culinary Collection Mushroom Mezzaluna Ravioli have productions codes of 2311587812 and 2312587812. Both codes have a "best before" date of December 2013.
Volunteers work to revive almost-extinct American chestnut 9.12.2012 Headlines: All Headlines
WEAVERVILLE, n.c. —Jim Hurst has doted on his trees, arranged in three "families" on a bluff high above the rushing French Broad River.
Local briefs 3.8.2012 Durango Herald
Pagosa symposium to address economyThe Pagosa Verde Symposium, Growth Strategies for Colorados Rural and Resort Towns, will be held Aug. 9 at the Community Center, 451 Hot Springs Blvd. in Pagosa Springs.
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Cave closures battle bat epidemic 25.9.2011 Vail Colorado: Editorials
Adventuring through natural caves and nonactive mines in Colorado have been popular hobbies and destinations for spelunkers and tourists alike. However, plans for cave exploration have been put on hold in order to protect one of nat ...
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Eagle County fungi forage 24.8.2011 Vail Colorado: Our World
Even though a brave, opportunistic squirrel ate more of our mushroom finds than we did, Friday's Slow Food Vail Valley mushroom forage put the fun in fungi. After a short primer on what to look for, 20-some mushroom hunters scattere ...
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Eastern Bat Disease Brings New Regulations to the West 28.6.2011 NewWest.Net Travel & Outdoors
Eastern Bat Disease Brings New Regulations to the West
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Tom Noel: The surburban frontier 21.5.2011 Denver Post: Opinion
Denver now has 50 historic districts and 330 individually designated landmarks. Such protection has done much to stabilize once-decaying urban neighborhoods and has transformed areas like the old Skid Row, reborn as the LoDo Historic District.
Local Briefs 1.5.2011 Durango Herald
Firewood permits available for saleNational Forest and Bureau of Land Management firewood permits are on sale at San Juan Public Lands offices and selected retail outlets.
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Bat-Killing Disease Spreading, Closing Western Caves 9.9.2010 NewWest.Net Travel & Outdoors
Bat-Killing Disease Spreading, Closing Western Caves
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Fast-spreading fungus threatens useful bats 19.8.2010 Durango Herald
WASHINGTON - One of the most common bat species could face extinction in the Northeast within decades because of white-nose syndrome, a disease now rapidly spreading.
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Fungus threatening Northeast brown bats 12.8.2010 Durango Herald
WASHINGTON - One of the most common bat species could face extinction in the Northeast within decades because of white-nose syndrome, a disease now rapidly spreading.
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Earth Briefs 12.8.2010 Durango Herald
La Plata Open Space receives accreditation
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Colorado struggles to save rare toad 2.8.2010 Headlines: All Headlines
Colorado struggles to save rare toad
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Fulford Cave near Eagle to close 27.7.2010 Vail Colorado: Business
EAGLE COUNTY, Colorado - Fulford Cave will be closing for a year to protect bats from a deadly fungus, the U.S. Forest Service announced Tuesday. The Forest Service has closed some 1,500 caves and 23,000 abandoned mines on its federal lands throughout Colorado for a year to prevent the spread of white nose syndrome. The syndrome has already killed a million bats in the northeastern U.S. and is slowly spreading west, said Tony Dixon, deputy regional director for the Forest Service in the Rocky Mountains. While the fungus has not yet reached Colorado, Dixon said the syndrome has been found 300 miles away in western Oklahoma. The Forest Service has closed most caves and abandoned mines on federal lands in Colorado, Nebraska, Kansas, South ...
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Joshua Tree National Park Student Climate Change Summit 9.6.2010 From the Blogs
One national park, dedicated teachers, and five species of lichens change the way students view climate change.
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Volunteers needed for endangered species study in Colorado 8.5.2010 Vail Colorado: Columnists
The Colorado Division of Wildlife is looking for volunteers interested in searching for boreal toads in the high country. Training for interested volunteers begins on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at the Division of Wildlife office in Salida. "We need folks willing to hike into some of our high mountain lakes and ponds to determine which locations might have boreal toads," said Tina Jackson of the Division of Wildlife. Boreal toads are small amphibians that were once common throughout the southern Rocky Mountains. Their population has steadily declined over the past two decades and now they are considered an endangered species in Colorado and New Mexico, as well as a protected species in Wyoming. Boreal toads live at elevations between 7,000 and ...
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Small wonders, big world 4.5.2010 Current Issue
A couple of hitherto-unknown bees are discovered in Nevada -- just two of the many new species found every year.
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Small wonders, big world 4.5.2010 High Country News Most Recent
A couple of hitherto-unknown bees are discovered in Nevada -- just two of the many new species found every year.
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Cheyenne Mountain Zoo team rescuing frogs croaking from deadly fungus 3.1.2010 Denver Post: News: Local
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo team rescuing frogs croaking from deadly fungus
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'Ill' wind blowing globally 11.10.2009 Arizona Daily Sun
In the world of bacteria, fungi, protozoa and viruses, the planet is growing ever more interconnected, and possibly ill, say some researchers meeting in Flagstaff.
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