Star Seed & the Beaver King

By Matt Ankney (Part 3) “The dam disrupts nature’s harmony. Animal people are suffering,” stammered Glyptodon. Incredulous, paranoid eyes remaining locked on the gentle prisoner, flustered Beaver King snatched another crawfish from an ornamented silver bowl. “Flood control is the future, my dear Glyptodon. Order, stability are what animal people want and need,” tossing the…

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Funding for free-flowing water benefits native fish, local bridges

It was recently announced by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), that the “Huzzah Creek Fish Passage Restoration Project” received funding through Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, National Fish Passage Project (BIL-NFPP) funds. The project was awarded $1,459,850 to remove two Huzzah Creek fish passage barriers and replace them with climate-resilient bridges located at John Coleman and…

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A ‘lion’ appears

I think many of us have a little “Sherlock Holmes” in us. I have always enjoyed a good mystery and have read over the years all of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s books and short stories.  There seems to always be a “tower mystery” out there. I wrote recently about my oldest, the “Plots Tower” being…

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