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Cows absolved of causing global warming with nitrous oxide

In the past environmentalists, from Lord Stern to Sir Paul McCartney, have urged people to stop eating meat because the methane produced by cattle causes global warming. However a new study found that cattle grazed

Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners to meet April 19-20

Harrisburg — The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners will be meeting on Monday and Tuesday, April 19-20, at the agency’s Harrisburg headquarters, 2001 Elmerton Ave., just off the Progress Avenue exit of Interstate 81.   The

Schmit to retire from Game Commission after 35 years

Harrisburg — With 35 years of service to the Commonwealth’s wildlife and hunters and trappers, Pennsylvania Game Commission Deputy Executive Director Michael W. Schmit will retire April 16, and, according to the agency’s current director, leave

Pennsylvania’s hatchery trout receive good report card

Harrisburg, Pa. -– As the 2010 trout season opens next month, Pennsylvanians are reminded that fishing is a fantastic way to enjoy the state’s great outdoors and get some exercise with friends and family. It

DCNR plans white-water release into Bucks County’s Tohickon Creek

Harrisburg — Tohickon Creek will become a white-water boating enthusiast’s playground March 20-21 when the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources releases water from Lake Nockamixon into the Bucks County waterway. As has been the case

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