Archive: October, 2013

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Could high-rise fish farms revive Hong Kong’s fishing industry?

In Fishing | on October, 31, 2013 | by | 0 Comments

Could high-rise fish farms revive Hong Kong’s fishing industry?News from CNN: Hong Kong ban on trawling puts emphasis on aquaculture to meet growing demand for seafood Fish farms provide around 70% of fish to local wholesale markets Many fear the traditional fisherman’s life will soon be a thing of the past High-tech indoor fish farm […]

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Opinion: New BR database a positive step toward safer biking

In Biking | on October, 30, 2013 | by | 0 Comments

Opinion: New BR database a positive step toward safer bikingNews from LSU The Reveille: In expanding urban cities, biking is becoming a more popular and eco-friendly method of transportation and our city is failing at providing safe ways for bikers to commute around the city. There have been many accidents in Baton Rouge involving bikers […]

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Fishing & Hunting Report for Oct. 30

In Fishing | on October, 30, 2013 | by | 0 Comments

Fishing & Hunting Report for Oct. 30News from TheNewsTribune.com: SALT WATER Shellfish: An eight-day clam dig starts Friday on the Washington Coast. “This might be the best low tide series we’ll have the entire season,” WDFW coastal shellfish manager Dan Ayres said in a statement. “Digging conditions and strong clam numbers combine to suggest diggers […]

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World’s most unusual camping experiences – CNN

In Camping | on October, 29, 2013 | by | 0 Comments

World’s most unusual camping experiences – CNNNews from World’s most unusual camping experiences – CNN: On Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, Wilson Island offers an unusual experience. The tiny island, which must be rented in its entirety, has just six two…………… continues on World’s most unusual camping experiences – CNN … Read the full article . […]

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Asian carp breed in Great Lakes, threaten fishing

In Fishing | on October, 28, 2013 | by | 0 Comments

Asian carp breed in Great Lakes, threaten fishingNews from USA TODAY: AP 4:55 p.m. EDT October 28, 2013 Brad Botbyl holds a large grass carp weighing 35 pounds caught at the east end of Muskegon Lake earlier this month. Biologists suspect that the fish was illegally imported from China, and somehow made its way into […]

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Biking for birds

In Biking | on October, 27, 2013 | by | 0 Comments

Biking for birdsNews from Duluth News Tribune: Hansi Johnson carries fat-tire bike Hansi Johnson of Thomson carries his fat-tire bike across a stream on Tuesday to reach a piece of ruffed grouse cover he wants to hunt. Johnson has been hunting from mountain bikes for years and is now using one that comes with a […]

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Campfire, animials bring true camping experience to Grove participants

In Camping | on October, 25, 2013 | by | 0 Comments

Campfire, animials bring true camping experience to Grove participantsNews from Glenview Announcements: GLENVIEW — The classroom for Camping 101 was the 123-acre, eco-diverse The Grove, a prairie land preserve and natural history museum on Milwaukee Avenue in Glenview. On Friday, the low temperature was 38. Nonetheless, 30 campers spent the night in tents at The […]

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European Parliament Rejects New Subsidies for Fishing Fleets

In Fishing | on October, 25, 2013 | by | 0 Comments

European Parliament Rejects New Subsidies for Fishing FleetsNews from New York Times: Pascal Rossignol/Reuters The European Parliament defeated a proposal backed by fishermen, like these off northern France, for subsidies to build boats. PARIS — The European Parliament voted Wednesday to reject most new subsidies for the saltwater fishing industry and provide financial support for […]

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‘Waze for bikes’ Hammerhead doesn’t want you to die while cycling

In Biking | on October, 24, 2013 | by | 0 Comments

‘Waze for bikes’ Hammerhead doesn’t want you to die while cyclingNews from VentureBeat: Nov. 12 – 13, 2013San Francisco, CA Tickets On Sale Now There you are biking through the city, enjoying the exercise and breeze and keeping an eye out for cars, buses, and kamikaze pedestrians. The only thing wrong this picture is you […]

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Man stabbed to death while camping at Lake Mead

In Camping | on October, 23, 2013 | by | 0 Comments

Man stabbed to death while camping at Lake MeadNews from Las Vegas Review-Journal: A man was stabbed to death Monday night in the Lake Mead National Recreation Area while on a camping trip with friends. The Clark County Coroner’s office identified the homicide victim as 35-year-old Michael Vincent Favazza of Henderson. Favazza was at the […]

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