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San Dieguito River Valley Conservancy awarded $10000 grant from REI - Del Mar Times


Del Mar Times
The River Path provides a scenic overlook of the San Dieguito Lagoon and River, complete with interpretive signage of the flora and fauna of the River and Lagoon. Phase 3 will extend the River Path from the Grand Avenue Overlook to the Crest Canyon ...

Gadkari launches database of 'Praharis' for biodiversity conservation in Ganga - United News of India


United News of India
Union Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation Secretary UP Singh pointed out that Ganga river still had about 2,000 aquatic species and, with large-scale participation of people, the difficult task of restoring Ganga's biodiversity ...

GHC biology instructor holds talk on human factors on aquatic life - Montesano Vidette


Montesano Vidette
The Chehalis River Basin Land Trust will sponsor a talk, “Human Impacts on the Aquatic System” at 9 a.m. Saturday, May 19, at Grays Harbor College. The speaker will be Amanda Gunn, PhD, a biology instructor at the college. She also runs the Grays ...

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