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Is too much exposure to outdoors bad?

Is too much exposure to outdoors bad? Here is the original post: Read More  Read More →

Waimate groups want council to pay for track maintenance

Three outdoors groups, including Fish and Game, have requested that the Waimate District Council pay for the maintenance of the Wainono Beach Track. Go here to read the rest:  Read More  Read More →

Local nonprofit gets those with disabilities to enjoy outdoors

Daring Adventures is a non-profit that helps those with disabilities enjoy the outdoors. Last year, valley firefighters helped a 14-year-old named Anthony hike down the Grand Canyon in a special wheelchair.  More: Read More  Read More →

Outdoors notebook: Cranberry hunter appointed to commission

For 37 years, Jim Daley of Cranberry has taught Hunter-Trapper Safety classes, reaching some 14,000 kids and being named Instructor of the Year in 2009. Now, he’ll have even more influence. See the original post here:  Read More  Read More →

Your photos tell our collective outdoors story – Thu, 02 Apr 2015 PST

Newspaper editors knew the great outdoors would provide inspiration when they put out the call for your images, but the photographic talent readers are sharing has surpassed all expectations. The Spokesman-Review Readers Outdoor Photos web page hasn’t just been popular – it’s become a regular pit stop for a breath of fresh air. See the original post here:  Read More  Read More →

Bring on the heat: Valley sees record high temps

If you were outdoors at all this weekend, you felt the heat. The valley hit record high temperatures, and it could happen again on Monday. More here:  Read More  Read More →

Get outdoors, says survival expert Ray Mears on Shrewsbury visit

Survival expert and TV presenter Ray Mears encouraged the people of Shropshire to spend more time in the great outdoors as he opened a new £1 million shop. The rest is here: Read More  Read More →

Outdoors report: March 28

Tides dropped but water temps should warm with sunshine. Redfish and black drum have been found along the channels on mullet and crabs. Water temps knocked bass to deeper water temporarily, but sunshine in the coming days should push largemouths back to the shallows. See more here:  Read More  Read More →

KSLA Stormtracker 12 Weather Radio Programming Events

The KSLA Stormtracker 12 Weather Team is teaming up with Academy Sports+Outdoors stores and Midland Radio to help keep you safe during our spring storm season. For the first 3 Wednesdays in April we will be out programming NOAA weather radios. Here is the original:  Read More  Read More →

Outdoors: Auckland Islands pigs draw scientists' interest

On Auckland Islands, to borrow a line from the late Beatle George Harrison, everywhere there's lots of piggies …Wild pigs released 200 years ago live throughout the main island, having developed extra-long snouts, perhaps for… Original post: Read More  Read More →

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