Stakeholders excited after DEP unveils ecological restoration plans for Liberty State Park interior

Stakeholders are excited about the state Department of Environmental Protection’s plan for the ecological restoration of the Liberty State Park interior.

During a virtual public meeting Thursday, the DEP unveiled a proposal to restore the vegetation and bring back multiple species native to the tidal wetlands, non-tidal wetlands, and uplands that are being added to the 234-acre interior.

DEP Deputy Commissioner Olivia Glenn said she wants “more than anything for

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Johnson Outdoors Inc (JOUT) Q1 2021 Earnings Call Transcript

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Johnson Outdoors Inc (NASDAQ:JOUT)
Q1 2021 Earnings Call
Feb 5, 2021, 11:00 a.m. ET

Contents:

  • Prepared Remarks
  • Questions and Answers
  • Call Participants

Prepared Remarks:

Operator

Hello, everyone, and welcome to the Johnson Outdoors First Quarter 2021 Earnings Conference Call. Today’s call will be led by Helen Johnson-Leipold, Johnson Outdoors’ Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Also on the call is David Johnson, Vice President and

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OUTDOORS: ‘Wascawwy’ weasels in winter | Outdoors



“Wascawwy” weasels in winter

Recent storms have added to the snowpack at the rim of Black Canyon. Hot summers and dry winters over the past 20 years have made survival difficult for much of Colorado’s wildlife.




It isn’t hard to find Elmer Fudd online. He was a character in the Warner Bros. Looney Tunes cartoon series, and best known for being a persistent hunter of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck

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Don’t let park improvements displace us

CONCORD — Longtime residents near Ellis Lake Park who say they’ve worked years to see the park improved for years now want to make sure they can afford to enjoy the results of their efforts.

The city recently applied for $6.7 million in state funding would beautify the 10-acre park, located in the city’s Monument Boulevard corridor, a part of Concord densely populated by mostly Latinx residents and businesses.

When

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These Virtual Galentine’s Day Ideas Will Ensure Your Celebration Is Top-Notch

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Photo credit: NBC – Getty Images

From House Beautiful

Galentine’s Day—the unofficial February 13 celebration of female friends popularized by Leslie Knope from Parks and Recreation—falls on a Saturday this year, so it’d be wrong to not spend the occasion connecting with your closest friends. As with everything over the past year during the coronavirus pandemic, it’s safest to do it digitally. From choosing a dress code to coordinating

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Coronavirus may reduce total Super Bowl bets, but online to surge

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Here’s one more thing the coronavirus pandemic has ruined for at least some people: betting on the Super Bowl.

The American Gaming Association, the gambling industry’s national trade group, released a report Tuesday predicting that the number of people planning to make

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Comfort Viewing: 3 Reasons I Love ‘Party Down’

Here’s the structural genius of “Party Down.” It has the DNA of a workplace comedy in that it brings together people who would never know each other otherwise. But it’s also a hangout comedy in that the waiters work as little as possible. Because each episode takes place at a different party, it avoids the stasis, visual and otherwise, that workplace comedies induce. In just 20-odd minutes, the

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From the X-rated ‘Pleasure’ to Questlove’s ‘Summer of Soul,’ here are the best movies from this year’s virtual edition

The coronavirus pandemic may have forced the Sundance Film Festival to go virtual for the first time in its history, but movie buffs came out in force anyway. The week-long event proved a buzz-generating machine on social media and other places where film lovers congregate, as indie movies like CODA, Passing and Flee premiered to rave reviews from critics and early-bird audiences, suggesting odds are good for mainstream success.

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Snyder reflects on COVID, other issues that impacted 2020 | Local News

To put it mildly, 2020 was a tremendously challenging and difficult year for elected officials and their respective constituents across the nation.

The COVID-19 pandemic created a multitude of serious issues for area residents and the officials representing them, starting with the obvious major health-related concerns, which eventually impacted the economy, education, employment and much more.

State Rep. Pam Snyder, D-Jefferson, recently reflected on the tumultuous year for the residents

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The healthcare workers watching from afar as rich countries begin vaccine rollout

The 46-year-old emergency specialist manages intensive care units (ICUs) at the Cardiovascular Hospital in Soacha, a working-class suburb of Colombia’s capital Bogotá. Since the pandemic began, he says he has seen the number of healthcare workers under his watch dwindle, even as the hospital expands its ICU to confront a relentless second wave of cases.

Velandia is proud of the hospital’s response to Covid-19 and recently showed CNN a new … Read More

Bill to end legal notice requirement in newspapers advances

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Legislation to end the requirement that state agencies and local municipalities publish legal notices in newspapers headed to the full House on Thursday.

The House State Affairs Committee approved the measure that would eliminate a source of income for Idaho newspapers.

Republican Rep. Jon Weber sponsored the bill that has appeared in various forms in previous years but ultimately failed. Weber said the bill is needed

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Bill to End Legal Notice Requirement in Newspapers Advances | Idaho News

By KEITH RIDLER, Associated Press

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Legislation to end the requirement that state agencies and local municipalities publish legal notices in newspapers headed to the full House on Thursday.

The House State Affairs Committee approved the measure that would eliminate a source of income for Idaho newspapers.

Republican Rep. Jon Weber sponsored the bill that has appeared in various forms in previous years but ultimately failed. Weber

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How to exercise at home | Latest Updates

The COVID-19 social distancing and stay-at-home order has changed daily lives and routines for everyone. Without the gym environment or equipment to use, it can be challenging to work out regularly and stay motivated. Students now have the opportunity to partake in online activities to compensate for the loss of in-person education and campus shutting down.



Sanitizer at Rec

Hand sanitizing station at the recreation center.




Peytyn Eiesland, an advertising major,

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