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Monroe County News Jun 20
Monroe County was awarded a $49.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service to remove debris from 103 of the most impacted canals in unincorporated Monroe County, Marathon and Islamorada.
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Sara Bárrios 16h
On Fallen Jerusalem National Park, we found that some Vachellia anegadensis are flowering, despite the loss of some trees and lack of foliage after
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Omar Rodríguez Ortiz 🇵🇷 10h
She got her power back after 9 months. She lost it since .
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Andrew Gordon Jun 14
Goat in the background at this Fort Myers home inspection.
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Kew UKOTs 16h
On the last day of field work , we visited Normal Island, where we found more individual trees of Bastardiopsis eggersii (IUCN: EN), which survived
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TEGNA Jun 20
. won the Breaking News/Big Story Coverage (Markets 31+) Pinnacle award for their stellar reporting during that served the greater good.
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Dr Martin A Hamilton Jun 15
Red mangroves are regenerating on Anegada following the devastating impacts of to the species last year. Unfortunately, feral cows are grazing the young saplings! Action urgently needed to control feral livestock altering ecosystems across BVI.
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Donald J. Tron Jun 14
Offered DACA a wonderful woman today, former Secretary of State. Excluding hurricane effects, CEA estimates that real GDP growth would have thought. Monitoring the path of to heed ALL instructions from! Celebration in France.
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Vikki B. 5h
Front yard. (Sorry, d ont know how to do multiple pics. Lol)
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Nigel Batchelor 19h
Prison Officer Of The Year Awards 2018. Honoured to pick up a CEO Commendation on behalf of the team who went to BVI to assist in the aftermath of
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WhislerLaw Jun 14
Hurricane Tip #4 Storm season is upon us. Make sure you have the proper gear. A good pair of rain boots will keep you dry and protected from slithering wildlife.
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Dr Martin A Hamilton Jun 15
Increased moisture levels following resulted in lots of recruitment for threatened species like Varronia rupicola (EN) on Anegada - now drought conditions have all life stages stressed. Capturing climate data across the species range to assist conservation.
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irma Jun 21
lmao this tweet is actually me
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Vikki B. 5h
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Senator Rubio Press Jun 20
Today, announced it will be allocating $44.6 million from disaster funding that I helped secure for fisheries affected by .
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Support Our Social Jun 13
usfsbdc : Congratulations to Michael Noel for receiving a Valor Award for his service during !!
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Sergeant Sara Connor 10h
My garage, Heater unit and floor are wet b/c Said a Roof leak is FINE.............. Damage was NEVER covered.
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Endeavors 10h
We are in Florida to help those with unmet needs after . Thanks to all the families and providers that joined us at the Orange County Hurricane Expo earlier this month!
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4Vets4Life 12h
Over 25,500 Guard members are on duty supporting emergency management across the U.S. as our communities prepare for , assess damage from
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Americares: Improving Health 14h
: 📷Helping our partners in Florida asses their needs in the aftermath of . To date has provided $21 million in aid to survivors of Irma and we continue to help our neighbors recover.
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