€7,500 of Suspected Cocaine Seized in Limerick City

first_img TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Post Print Facebook Advertisement Email Gardaí have arrested a man and seized €7,500 of suspected cocaine in Limerick city on September 21, 2020.At around 7.30am Gardaí from the Limerick Divisional Drugs Unit executed a search warrant at a house on Clare Street. During the course of the search Gardaí seized €7,500 of suspected cocaine.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The suspected drugs will now be sent to Forensic Science Ireland for analysis.A man, aged in his 20s, was arrested at the scene and brought to Henry Street Garda Station. He is currently detained under Section 2 of the Criminal Justice (Drugs Trafficking) Act 1996. Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Linkedin Twitter LimerickNews€7,500 of Suspected Cocaine Seized in Limerick CityBy Staff Reporter – September 22, 2020 649 center_img WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Previous articleBualadh Bos Children’s Festival is backNext articleSupport Munster with carboard cutouts Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener WhatsApp Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limericklast_img read more

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Virginia Fly Fishing & Wine Festival

first_imgFestival sponsors include Green Top, Temple Fork Outfitters, Gangler’s North Seal River Lodge, Norvise, Trout Unlimited, Harman’s North Fork Cabins, Reilly Rod Crafters, and many more. Held each year inside the Farm Bureau Building at the Meadow Event Park in Doswell, Virginia, this festival has become a must-do event for Mid-Atlantic fly anglers, who come out in droves to meet and learn from fly fishing guides, sporting lodges, outdoor artists, custom rod builders, fly tyers, specialty food vendors, and fly fishing outfitters from dream fishing locales like Pennsylvania, Montana, Colorado, Canada, Alaska, and the Bahamas. For 20 years, the Virginia Fly Fishing & Wine Festival, the first event of its kind in the country, has introduced fly fishing to would-be anglers young and old from all walks of life. And never has our insistent, angry, plugged-in, stressed-out culture needed the quiet sport more. This year’s festival opens its doors on January 11-12, 2020, from 9AM-5PM.   For those who love someone else who fishes, several of the Commonwealth’s best wineries will be at the Virginia Fly & Wine sampling their wares (for patrons 21 years and older). Brand new this year: Wineries from West Virginia and Oregon! In fact, the festival admission fee covers everything from wine tasting to free walkup casting classes.  Can’t cast? No problem: The festival offers a series of free and for-fee expert-taught fly casting classes for every skill level, including advanced casters and children. Got a Boy Scout? Perfect! He can earn his fly fishing merit badge through a class taught at the festival by BSA-certified instructors.  —Whiskey, Bourbon, & Bass Bugs with Lauren Riggleman of Silverback Distillery Credit Scott Hertzer. Credit West Virginia Fruit & Berry. Virginia is for outdoor lovers–and never more so than in the fall. Leaf peepers rejoice in afternoon hikes that show the Commonwealth’s glorious fall colors to advantage. Many enjoy crisp, locally grown Virginia apples in either “original crunchy,” “hot and spiced,” or “hard” form. And of course many Virginians will head to their local streams to play tug of war with native brook trout. The Commonwealth is chock full of great trout fisheries like the Jackson, South Holston, Rapidan, and Rose Rivers and Mossy Creek–as well as a host of streams in Shenandoah National Park. Is it any wonder, then, that Virginia is the birthplace of the first fly fishing festival?   Because the Virginia Fly & Wine is passionate about getting veterans out on the water, the festival partners with Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, a nationwide nonprofit dedicated to rehabilitating wounded service veterans through fly fishing and fly tying, regardless of their physical limitations. In addition, the festival works with Trout Unlimited Tri-State Conservation Camp, Backcountry Hunters & Anglers, Casting for Recovery, and the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries.   —Mayflies & Microbrews with entomologist Peter Stitcher —Advanced Fly Casting and Understanding Advanced Techniques with Master Certified Casting Instructor Mac Brown Credit Matt Riley. Exciting new classes include: Credit Alaska Bear Paw Lodge. “We eagerly welcome beginners into the sport,” says Festival Director Beau Beasley. At the same time, he adds, “We offer specialty classes that experienced anglers won’t find anywhere else.” New this year for foodies, “We’re adding a ‘Made in Virginia’ specialty food section and are proud to have wildlife Chef Wade Truong hosting a cooking demonstration on Saturday.” —Fly Tying for Children and Getting Your Kids into Fly Fishing with Jess Westbrook, founder of The Mayfly Project Female anglers should make plans to attend the festival’s Women Making Waves rally, held each day and sponsored by Take Me Fishing.org. Visit www.vaflyfishingfestival.org. Admission to the festival includes free wine tastings for adults. last_img read more

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No More Beaches or Boating in Florida due to Coronavirus

first_imgThe numbers of COVID-19 infections continue to rise with more than 335-thousand cases worldwide, 81-thousand in China and 60-thousand in Italy. The United States is third with 33-thousand. As of last night Florida has 1007 positive cases of coronavirus, with 13 deaths, one in Palm Beach County of an 88 year old man.Florida is closing the state’s nearly 200 state parks, boat ramps, marinas and trails, effective today. This after a huge party of boaters gathered in the waters off Boca Raton over the weekend.Boca boatersGovernor Ron DeSantis will be in Miami Dade today for the opening of a huge drive thru testing site at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens.last_img

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Was that Port or Starboard?

first_imgThe motor yacht Satori rests atop old steamboat pilings at the Atlantic Highlands Marina as representatives from Tow Boat US inspect the damage. They were developing a plan to float the yacht off the pilings at high tide. The mishap occurred at about 8 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 4, as a Rhode Island couple were leaving from the marina for Florida. Security at the marina said no one was injured.last_img

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Bye Bye Butterflies: How to Bring Monarch Butterflies Back

first_imgBy Gretchen C. Van Benthuysen |How many monarch butterflies did you see along the East Coast during this year’s annual migration from New England to breeding grounds in Mexico?The orange-colored insects, weighing less than a postage stamp, usually pass through coastal New Jersey mid-to-late September on their approximately 2,500 mile trek.Some years are better than others, but according to the National Wildlife Federation, the monarch butterfly population has declined by 90 percent in the last 20 years. Their numbers went from an estimate of a peak of a billion in 1996-’97 to a low of 50 million 2012-’13.And we have only ourselves to blame. (Monarchs east of the Rocky Mountains follow several flyways that merge into one in central Texas. West of the Rockies, they fly south to California along the Pacific coast and overwinter near Santa Cruz and San Diego.)But we humans also can make a difference and help them get back on their feet, so to speak, by creating Monarch Waystations in our yards, communities, schools, and along highways and byways, by planting milkweed and nectar plants.The monarch butterfly population has declined by 90 percent in the last two decades. Photo by Gretchen van BenthuysenThe waystation project was created by MonarchWatch.org, a nonprofit education, conservation, and research program based at the University of Kansas. Its website lists thousands of stations across the U.S., including some in Little Silver, Atlantic Highlands, Rumson, Middletown and one at the Monmouth Museum on the Brookdale Community College campus.All monarchs — including those in the Caribbean, Central and South America, Australia and New Zealand — need milkweed to survive. It’s the only plant adult butterflies lay their eggs on because it’s the only thing baby caterpillars eat when they hatch.Pat Mahon, Shrewsbury, and Penny Raffetto, Neptune, both Rutgers Master Gardeners of Monmouth County since 2012, are part of the team that developed and maintains a certified waystation behind the Monmouth County Agricultural building, 4000 Kozloski Road, Freehold.In 2013 they created a nearby rain garden. A year later, Pat Eisemann, Manalapan, also a Master Gardener who grew up on an 80-acre farm in Freehold Township, suggested they add native milkweeds (New Jersey has three) and nectar plants to qualify as a waystation.“We did, and often saw lots of butterflies flying across the parking,” Mahon said.In 2015, Eisemann asked them to establish a dedicated Waystation.They began with plugs of common milkweed (Asclepias syriaca), that fall, Mahon explained.“In the spring of 2016 we added swamp milkweed (Asclepias incarnata) and seeded the garden to provide nectar sources,” she said.During a recent garden visit, all four life stages of a monarch butterfly were observed: eggs on a leaf, a caterpillar munching milkweed, emerald green chrysalises (pupas) attached to the agricultural building’s brick walls and beneath a picnic table, and a new adult drying its wings.The gardeners plan to add perennials and host plants to attract the Black Swallowtail, the New Jersey State Butterfly, and the Painted Lady to the garden.“People plant a butterfly bush to attract them, but that’s like giving them cotton candy and they can’t do anything with that,” Raffetto said. “If they’re in your garden, why aren’t you doing something for their whole cycle?“If you plant a garden that’s balanced with the things they need they will come,” she said. “It only took two years to really get ours going and this year has been the most active with lots of butterflies and caterpillars.”All three gardeners warn that helping monarchs thrive is addicting.“I told my husband that less than 1 percent of all the eggs the butterfly lays makes it through the whole cycle,” Mahon said. “Now he studies the garden and brings in the baby caterpillars to an enclosure we built on the screened-in porch and feeds them milkweed leaves to survive.”They released 16 butterflies last month.Eisemann calls the late summer monarchs the “super generation.” They fly, only by day, to winter over in Mexico. The females return to the southern United States in the spring, mate, deposit their eggs, and die. They are followed by two or three short-lived – two to five weeks – generations that head north and repopulate. Then the cycle begins again.“Many people are helping, but don’t bother to register their garden,” Eisemann said. “Lots of teachers are adding it to their curriculum.”The Rutgers Master Gardeners and the Monarch Teacher Network co-sponsor an annual two-day seminar “Teaching and Learning With Monarch Butterflies” at the agricultural building open to all. The next one is scheduled for Aug. 19-20 at the Agricultural Building.Also, the annual Master Gardeners’ Spring Garden Days sale scheduled for May 10-11 sells milkweed and pollinator plants.Meanwhile, the Rutgers Master Gardeners’ office is staffed weekdays. Call 732-303-7617 for advice on waystations and other gardening issues or visit for free handouts that include lists of butterfly host and nectar plants, local milkweeds, native plants, and the Monarch Waystation how-to brochure.This article was first published in the Oct. 4-10, 2018 print edition of The Two River Times. Various organizations that monitor monarchs point to the following for the decline:Herbicide-based agriculture destroying milkweed and nectar plantsFragmentation and loss of habitat due to real estate and agricultural developmentIllegal logging of oyamel fir trees in Mexico where the monarchs overwinterClimate change causing severe weather harmful to the insects and their habitatlast_img read more

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White Rock nips Mount Sentinel in three-set thriller at Single-A Volleyball Championships

first_imgThe road to adding another blue banner to the walls of the Mount Sentinel gymnasium just got a little tougher for the Wildcats.White Rock Christian Academy edged the host Casts 15-9 in the third game of the best-of-three match to defeat the host school 2-1 in round robin play Thursday at the B.C. High School A Girl’s Volleyball Championships.The game was played at the L.V. Rogers Hangar in Nelson.The Wildcats drop to second in C-Division and meet Kootenay rival Fernie Falcons in playoff action Friday.The Wildcats appeared poised to sweep the match against White Rock after opening with a 25-19 victory in set one. However, the Lower Mainland squad rallied back to tie the match with a thriling 25-22 win before continuing the momentum in set three.The Wildcats opened the tournament by bouncing Credo Christian 2-0.After being taken to a 27-25 first set win, Mount Sentinel returned to form in the second game to outlast Similkameen of Keremeos 2-0.Top-ranked Kelowna Christian breezed to a three-match win to claim the A Division title.However, pre-tourney favourite Immaculata was upset 2-0 in B-Division play by Duncan Christian.Cedar Christian won the D-Division title.The tournament continues today at Selkirk College Gymnasium in Castlegar.The playoff round concludes Saturday with the gold medal match set for 7 p.m. and the bronze medal game at 5:30 p.m. at Selkirk College.last_img read more

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DONEGAL JUNIOR LEAGUE: ERNE WANDERERS TO FACE FINTOWN HARPS IN DOWNTOWN CUP FINAL

first_imgDONEGAL JUNIOR LEAGUEDowntown CupErne Wanderers will attempt to complete a Saturday Double when they contest the Downtown Cup Final against Fintown Harps AFC. That Saturday League curtain call will take place at Diamond Park, Ballyare on Saturday 18th May with kick off at 2p.m. Fintown Harps earned the right to contest this year’s decider when they defeated Donegal Town Reserves in the second semi final on Saturday evening. Semi Final ReportsErne Wanderers 5 Glenea United Reserves 1Erne Wanderers booked their place in the final of the Downtown Cup with victory over Glenea United Reserves at Diamond Park, Ballyare on Saturday afternoon. In what was a scrappy affair at times it was the Ballyshannon outfit that prevailed. During a seven minute closing spell, with Glenea chasing the game, Erne Wanderers scored three goals that put a somewhat distorted look on the final scoreline. That said the men from the South of the county never looked like relinquishing their early lead.It was Peter Mc Gonigle who registered the first strike in this match between the Old Orchard Inn Saturday Division One champions and the second string of the Gaeltacht club. Mc Gonigle headed beyond the reach of Ciarán Gallagher in the Glenea net having risen highest in the box to steer the first corner kick of the game goalwards with only five minutes played. Neither keeper had much to do until the thirtieth ninth minute when Glenea’s Shane Ferry broke down the right wing and sent a teasing ball across Karl O’ Brien’s six yard box. With the Erne netminder seemingly rooted to the spot he had his right back, Mc Gonigle, to thank as the defender tracked the back post run of Tommy Rodgers and got his toe to the ball to divert it away from the inrushing winger. The teams went in level for the half time interval.On the recommencement of the action again it was Erne who struck early. Again five minutes had passed when Mark Dorrian was fed as he entered the Glenea box. The industrious midfielder took his chance well giving Gallagher no chance from close range. Glenea pulled a goal back after twenty minutes. Donal Coll was played in by Edward Muldowney and from just inside the box he curled the ball to the back of the net. It was a goal that Glenea deserved as they had battled well without reward.Although initiated the complete comeback craved by the Glenea supporters never materialised despite occasional glimpses of intent. It was the search for an equalised that ultimately extinguished the Glenea challenge and allowed Erne to put the gloss to the final scoreline. On thirty eight minutes Diarmuid Spratt scored the goal of the game when he picked the ball forty yards from goal and without progressing more than six paces he send a rocket like shot straight into the top corner of the Glenea net as Gallagher watched hopelessly. The custodian had no chance of getting near to this majestic strike. Five minutes later Spratt turned provider as he set up David Dolan in the box. The forward scored with a shot that went under the outrushing Gallagher. Dolan got his second as the full time whistle beckoned. Erne will now try to complete a Saturday double by overcoming Fintown Harps in the Downtown Cup Final.Erne Wanderers: Karl O’ Brien, Peter Mc Gonigle, Ryan O’ Brien, Jamie Cassidy, Liam Reynolds, Dermot Slevin, Mark Dorrian, David Dorrian, Diarmuid Spratt, David Dolan, Eamon Cleary. Subs: Mark Lyons, Daniel Kelly, Peter Boyle, Damien Lyons. Manager: Alan Dorrian.Glenea United Reserves: Ciarán Gallagher, Shane Penrose, Shane Coll, Padraig Mc Gee, Kevin Mc Fadden, Sean Sweeney, Shane Ferry, Brian Cuffe, Martin Maguire, Donal Coll, Tommy Rodgers. Subs: Martin Doohan, Edward Muldowney, Michael Mc Cafferty. Manager: Tommy Mc Fadden & Gerry Harley. Referee: Paul Doherty, Assistants: Brian O’ Kane & Barry Hunter.Donegal Town Reserves 1 Fintown Harps AFC 2Donegal Town Reserves were struck with a similar blow to what their first team inflicted on Curragh Athletic just six days earlier. That insurmountable crest had been laid in the last minute of normal time as the Donegal Town Sunday side laid claim to the Watson Hire Division One Title. Like Curragh last week it was hard for the Town Reserves to take but such has been the closeness of so many matches this season that one goal has being the difference between winning and losing.Fintown Harps, appearing in their second Cup semi final in as many seasons, took an early lead in this match. As in the earlier semi final it was also in the fifth minute that the deadlock was broken. Darragh Gallagher picked up the ball just inside the Donegal half and he ran the inside right channel to the edge of the penalty area. On enter the opposition’s box he was confronted by their keeper Eamonn Mc Ginley. Gallagher calmly stroked the ball between the legs of the netminder. Buoyed by an early advantage Fintown almost pushed the destruct button immediately. From the restart Donegal pumped the ball forward and a moment of hesitation from left back John Molloy on the edge of the Fintown box left Donegal’s David Harron one on one with the keeper. Harron snatched at his shot and sent the ball over the bar, a let-off for Fintown. Gary Ward then went to the byline before sending the ball across the Fintown box. Netminder Ciarán Thompson scooped the ball away for a corner as Donegal pressed forward. Four minutes later they had a goalbound effort headed off the line as Fintown led a somewhat charmed life. Donegal continued to have the better of things for the remainder of the half but Fintown defended gallantly into a stiff breeze. One nil it remained to the interval. Donegal Town started the second half from where they had left off before the break. They pushed forward at every opportunity as Fintown relied on the odd breakaway. Despite this it was Fintown who almost got the second goal of the game. On fifty seven minutes Darragh Gallagher sent over a cross that hung over the penalty spot. Striker Shan Mc Millan and keeper Mc Ginley contested the dropping ball but they cancelled each other out and the ball fell just behind Mc Millan. With Mc Ginley stranded Mc Millan didn’t realise the position of the ball and the Donegal defence recovered to clear. Half hearted penalty claims at either end were waved away as Joe Mc Intyre for Donegal and Aaron Thompson for Fintown seemed the two most likely to create something tangible. Peadar Toner was then sent off.After receiving his second yellow card on twenty four minutes Fintown right back Peadar Toner had to leave the play. Just as in the previous year’s semi final Fintown were reduced to ten men. The difference this time was that they were in the lead. Six minutes later Thompson made two point blank saves in succession to maintain his side’s advantage. Donegal Town then introduced JP Byrne for David Harron. Only six minutes on the field Byrne send in an angled cross to the Fintown penalty area. Eugene Molloy’s attempted headed clearance ended up in the back of the net and Donegal were back level with the numerical advantage in terms of players. The tempo increased as time ran out. Extra time loomed. Fintown wouldn’t want this. There were too many reminders of the previous year. Gallagher on the scoresheet, down to ten men, the reliable Toner off the field of play, bright hazy sunshine. Aaron Thompson was having none of it. The striker picked up a loose ball on the edge of the Donegal box in the final minute. Fintown substitute Stephen Boyle had battled well to cause create the opening. Thompson made no mistake as he shot past Mc Ginley from close range. Fintown were through to the Downtown Cup final. Donegal Town will live to fight another day.Donegal Town Reserves: Eamon Mc Ginley, Gary Harron, Kevin Deveney, Ryan Gallagher, David Mc Groary, Pauric Mc Glynn, David Harron, Paul Gerard Duncan, David Bustard, Joe Mc Intyre, Gary Ward. Subs: Barry Farragher, Kevin Gallagher, Warren Montgomery, JP Byrne, Paddy Kennedy, Declan Mc Monagle, Christian Mc Gettigan.Fintown Harps AFC: Ciarán Thompson, Peadar Toner, John Molloy, Eugene Molloy, Barry Mc Monagle, Brian Delaney, Darragh Gallagher, John Mc Fadden, Aaron Thompson, Shan Mc Millan, Gary Mc Hugh. Subs: Paddy Mc Fadden, Stephen Boyle, John P. Breslin, Declan Gavican.DONEGAL JUNIOR LEAGUE: ERNE WANDERERS TO FACE FINTOWN HARPS IN DOWNTOWN CUP FINAL was last modified: April 21st, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:DONEGAL JUNIOR LEAGUE: ERNE WANDERERS TO FACE TO FACE FINTOWN HARPS IN DOWNTOWN CUP FINALlast_img read more

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SA puts rhino on CITES agenda

first_img6 March 2013 South Africa is one of 178 countries gathered in Bangkok this week to decide how to improve the world’s wildlife trade regime, and to ensure the survival of threatened species. More than 2 000 delegates are attending the 16th Conference of Parties of the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) which started in Thailand’s capital on Monday. The CITES parties meet every three years to consider amendments to the appendices of the convention, to assess its implementation, and to make recommendations to improve its effectiveness. South Africa is hosting and participating in a number of side events during the conference, three of which will focus on rhino matters, including conservation, safety and security, and rhino economics and trade. The Department of Environmental Affairs said that among the tabled proposals at the conference is a proposal to up-list the rhino due to poaching, from which several countries have suffered, including South Africa. “This would have widespread implications for South Africa’s white rhino population including the creation of disincentives for the private sector,” the department said. It said that central to South Africa’s conservation model was an “undisputed record” of having brought species populations to healthy recovery. Among these were the white and black rhino, which had come close to extinction almost a century ago. Water and Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa said last week that efforts to protect the country’s rhino population were aimed not just at protecting a species from extinction, but at securing and conserving all South Africa’s natural resources. “The fact that the criminal syndicates involved in rhino poaching also undertake other crimes means that this current situation can be considered a national security risk. “It is therefore imperative that the national response be comprehensive, as it threatens not only the sustainable development path of the country, but also the heritage of future generations.” Ahead of the conference, Molewa met with representatives of the Chinese and Vietnamese delegations to discuss issues of mutual cooperation in the field of biodiversity, particularly the continued illegal trade in rhino horn. The department said the discussions had “confirmed the two countries’ willingness to continue to cooperate with South Africa in the areas of law enforcement in relation to illegal trade in wildlife species”. The talks with Vietnam established that the implementation plan stemming from the Memorandum of Understanding relating to Biodiversity conservation, signed between the two countries in December, would be signed and rolled out during the visit of a high-level Vietnamese delegation to South Africa in April. Discussions with China had centred on the finalisation of a memorandum of understanding, also to be signed in April. The Memorandum on Biodiversity Conservation also deals with illegal rhino hunting and will also be followed by an implementation plan, similar to that concluded with Vietnam. The department said it was also agreed that China and South Africa would ensure the immediate roll-out of technological innovations in the fight against wildlife crimes. The matter will also be further discussed within the Brazil, Russia, China and South Africa (BRICS) member countries at bilateral and multilateral levels. Source: SAnews.gov.zalast_img read more

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DeWine announces H2Ohio water quality initiative

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest  Leave a CommentGov. Mike DeWine has outlined his H2Ohio water quality initiative, which he introduced as part of his proposed budget for the 2020-2021 biennium.“Water is vital to everyone, yet communities throughout the state face real and different challenges, such as algae blooms, failing septic tanks, nutrient pollution and threats of lead contamination,” DeWine said. “We cannot continue to lurch from water crisis to water crisis. I am proposing an H2Ohio initiative that would allow us to invest in targeted, long-term solutions to ensure safe and clean water across the state of Ohio.”DeWine’s proposal would create a special H2Ohio Fund that would be used to protect Ohio’s water quality over 10 years and could amount to approximately $900 million. OFBF Executive Vice President Adam Sharp said, “The governor’s approach to water quality is refreshing for Ohio agriculture. The H2Ohio initiative and its extensive resources shows an understanding of the complexities that come with this issue. This funding is a great example of how this governor is fully committed to work with farmers throughout the state toward the common goal of clean water. We look forward to working with the administration as the initiative moves forward.”How funds would be usedH2Ohio funding would be used for water programs across the state, including for Lake Erie and other rivers, lakes, and waterways in Ohio, for efforts such as:Prevention and land-based management programs, such as funding efforts to minimize the introduction of nutrients and other runoff into Ohio waterways, additional staffing at soil and water conservation districts, and more aggressive action to address failing septic systems and other water treatment needs across Ohio.Water-based restoration programs, such as the creation of more wetlands in targeted areas to naturally filter out nutrients and sediment and utilizing emerging technologies to minimize water quality problems and treat polluted water.Science, research, and measurement, such as supporting ongoing research and data collection to advise on metrics and measurable goals, and to stay updated on and utilize new prevention and treatment technologies.   Leave a Commentlast_img read more

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10 months ago​Crystal Palace defender Souare undergoes surgery

first_img​Crystal Palace defender Souare undergoes surgeryby Ansser Sadiq10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveCrystal Palace defender Pape Souare has gone through with an operation on his dislocated shoulder.The Senegalese international was injured against Grimsby in the FA Cup over the weekend.There is hope that he will be back soon, but it is not a major loss for Palace. Souare had only played in four games this season prior to his injury.Souare took to Twitter to say: “Quick minor op, and it went great can’t wait to get back doing what I love.”I wanna thank everyone for their ongoing support. See you soon.” About the authorAnsser SadiqShare the loveHave your saylast_img

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