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    Alabama State Parks naturalists to provide virtual programming

    For all those nature lovers who are unable to visit one of the beautiful Alabama State Parks due to the COVID-19 precautionary measures, the State Park Naturalists will bring the parks to you via modern technology. During the effort to prevent the spread of the...

    Spring landscaping tips from Cullman County Extension Coordinator Tony Glover

    CULLMAN, Ala. – Warm, comfortable weather is around the corner with the arrival of spring. The Tribune spoke with Cullman County Extension Coordinator Tony Glover for some helpful tips with landscape renovations you can do in preparation for the warm weather season. Glover shared, “It’s...

    Conservation Advisory Board considers deer zones, turkey reporting

    David Rainer, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources The first Alabama Conservation Advisory Board meeting of 2020 resulted in a wealth of good news and one disappointing statistic. The good news included a 35-day, state-managed red snapper season, a productive oyster season, an increase in...

    First wild eastern indigo snake found in Alabama in 60 years

    David Rainer, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Traci Wood admitted holding the snake almost made her come unglued. No, she wasn’t afraid of the snake she was holding. It was the magnitude of the moment. Wood, the Habitat and Species Conservation Coordinator with the...

    Discover Alabama’s national forests through water monitoring

    Alabama Water Watch (AWW), in partnership with the USDA Forest Service (USFS), is excited to announce the launch of a new water quality-monitoring project in the national forests in Alabama. This project’s goal is to encourage citizens to discover the national forests in Alabama…by testing...

    Live Christmas trees: Recycle and reuse

    AUBURN, Ala. - The parties are over and the decorations are packed. Now, there is just one thing left to do – get rid of the Christmas tree. For those who have live Christmas trees, this can sometimes be a bothersome issue. Luckily, there...

    New water monitoring project in Alabama’s national forests

    AUBURN, Ala. – Community members in all areas of the state will soon have the chance to help shape the future of watershed management in Alabama. Alabama Water Watch (AWW), in partnership with the United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service, announces the launch of...

    AL Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources named Agency of Year at Sportsmen’s Caucus Summit

    MONTGOMERY, Ala. - The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources recently received special recognition by the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation with the presentation of the State Agency of the Year Award at the 16th Annual National Assembly of Sportsmen’s Caucuses (NASC) Sportsman-Legislator Summit in...

    Fall: Time for a garden refresh

    AUBURN, Ala. - As autumn brings cooler temperatures to Alabama, it looks as if summer heat is on the way out. Pleasant weather has drawn many southern gardeners out to make lawn and garden updates. Whether it is general maintenance—like pruning branches—or raking fallen leaves...

    ACES: Watch out for Black Widow spiders this fall

    AUBURN, Ala. - Black Widow spiders are some of the most recognizable spiders. The shiny black body and red hourglass marking on the female spider are clear markers of this spider. This fall, whether working in the yard or cleaning out garages, watch out...

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