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"department natural resources" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"department natural resources" Discussed on New Media Show

"That's the way that you're going to have the time to physically produce that. And it's on demand. They're selling that on demand. It's real time. People are spending inventory in real time. So it's an opportunity for voice-over artists to get some work. Well, you know, it's agencies, agencies are, you know, they put that out. Yeah, they put they put 30 versions of a Geico commercial out or they do 25 versions of estate farm or some organization I heard one from the department natural resources from the state of Michigan in my show. And it was just, it was a very simple spot. Well, 32nd, simple spot. Report, poaching. You know, you know, because, you know, dear season's hot and heavy here in Michigan right now. So they were targeting Michigan listeners to report report poachers. And call your local DNR agent and blah blah blah. Yeah. So again, it was almost like a public service announcement, but it got paid. They paid for those spots. It's amazing how much adds the U.S. government buys that's like that. It's just stuff U.S. and states and departments and they have X now I'm a budget every year going towards buying those types of spots and it goes into radio. It's going into podcasts. It's going on Facebook. It's going on YouTube. All at the same time. Do you know if for years on the radio side, there was this ecosystem around public service announcements. I haven't heard anything about this in a long time. Is there anything like that going on with the streaming audio side as well as? Podcasting at this point? I don't think so much in podcasting. We were during COVID. We put together PSAs, we took some PSAs from the government and made them available to blueberry podcasters to where to go get them so they could run them in their shows. So the only way we really encouraged it is for national thing like COVID, we said here's where you can go get some and run those. The creative was already done. So I think it's on the podcasters, interests if they want to. I think you can actually find PSAs just by Googling. Where do I find PSA ads? Let me see. Yeah, I was just curious if you could do that in your show or if that's part of these. I haven't heard that it's part of these programmatic platforms. But I think the concept of remnant inventory is not as pervasive in the podcasting space. So it's probably less likely to develop like it did on radio. So if I bring up this screen, you can't see it rob, let's see here. It says the ad console dot org. Fine as fine asset. So let me just type in just go to radio. And let's go to a market area. Let's go to let's just do all and let's just do Michigan. Let's do all radio length can we do a let's do a 30. And give me a give me a topic. What do you want me to search for? How about seat belts? Seat belts. It's like a transportation seat. Seat belts. Child car safety. We've got. There's a whole bunch here. Yeah, there's four that you can go and download. They're 15 second. Spots. One's a 30. And these are all around child car safety that you can run in your show. And again, they expire 1113, 20, 22. And let me get the details on one of these view details. So can I play this? Yeah. If those are usable in a downloadable format, it says media type radio agency. It's from the NHTSA. No, it doesn't say anything, but I would assume you would be safe to run this in a podcast. So the question gets back to is what situation would you utilize a PSA in a podcast? Well, I think it's a big it, or would you want to be on a hosting platform that will do dynamic and insertion tools to utilize these? Because one thing to keep in mind too is that some shows are produced with fairly hard breaks. So you do if you don't have a campaign or something like that, you might want to have something in there at least that holds that spot with your audience. Our customers pay for rebuild. So it's going to cost them money to rebuild each model. Well, it's a ten cent rebuild. If they're going to rebuild a hundred episodes, it's $10. The rebuild. And you're probably not going to see the programmatic buying platforms support PSAs. I went and think so. Maybe they do. That would be up to because they're not making any revenue. They're still having to serve that. It's costing them money to serve that. So are they doing that, but the agencies that are running those are getting a discount on the buys. I don't know. It's interesting question. Yeah. And I think it existed in radio for probably a little bit of a different reason. Well, they were mandated by the FCC to do public service announcements. Well, because radio stations operate in the public interest. And they have do not. And so radio stations have to report back all the PSAs they run. They have to run. They have to send reports on community service announcements, all that stuff. They have to do a detailed report. I believe quarterly. On what they have done because they are in a radio person can tell me someone's listening to this show. It's basically that's their way of staying in the public. You know, doing a public's keeping their license right. Even though I bet you those reports just go into some big pile somewhere. Right. I don't know if this stuff's going to come to podcasting or not, but I do kind of wonder about it sometimes. Well, does Spotify that PSA? I don't know. Is there a purpose for it in the on demand? Podcasting realm to, if you don't have an advertiser for a particular show and you utilize the technique of hard breaks, it can create a kind of a not so great listening experience. Here's an IRS question. Can I run a PSA that I would have charged $25 CPM for that? And can I write that out? Oh and get a get a text. Get a tax break. I'll write off on that. So someone that's a tax expert should research that because they'll be honest with you. You know, if I knew that I could run a couple of PSAs pre rolls or mid rolls in my show and a couple $1000 get a couple $1000 write off, I would run those bad boys absolutely, but I begin the IRS might get a little weird if you've got $3000 worth of write offs because you're running PSAs here's the other side. You have to be earning money. You know, if you're earning,.

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"department natural resources" Discussed on Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"department natural resources" Discussed on Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

"Louisiana dnr for out that don't know beijing they'll be a new dean or is oh department natural resources go only guess this week louisiana proud of what y'all do mark the best thing you ever did is bring all my shadow as a hook may just love pages insight and commentary omega great pair. So here's my question is how do we educate our states. Young people understand the importance of oil and gas who are beautiful state. And how do we keep our recently university grads here working in the state rather than leaving and taking their education elsewhere and would love to help you all start an industry mixture in louisiana. But please i. It's well i mean. I'm thinking lafayette or new orleans. So the funny thing audience. If you don't know why this is so funny. Her first word go only guess. We spill g last as fun. Something tells me she might caging. And if your cage cajun year laugher right along with us. And if you're not you have no idea what you're talking about it but it's just funny okay. Interesting questions actually really good questions. So how do you help. Our young people say jumped to people understand importance. Oil and gas is starts with education in. Unfortunately i'm starting to believe at at a certain age. It's not worth your time or effort and it sounds horrible yearly to get to people when they're really young before their opinions have been cemented and steel so one of the things. We're doing shout dean. Murphy's they're actually going out to elementary school kids in reading real true stories about the energy industry so not just oil and gas but when they read only gas books it's august books that approval gas but also things about geothermal renewable solar wind. They're telling the truth. They've taken all politics and facts out of. It's all about energy in the value of energy to mankind. So tiffany if you want to. Actually maybe some louisiana reach out to me. i'll connect you with dean and they we can start at louisiana. There's a lot of work a lot of volunteers when he'd companies to support. But it's it's the best way. I've seen start at elementary school age. These kids grew up understanding the importance and the value of the gas industry. The other thing is essentially worked for department natural resources. You'll have some really cool stuff. I know a little bit about. Y'all y'all should ranged from tours and show how you work hand in hand with both coastal restoration oil and gas production lose as one of the states that has worked like a fine science. Now i'm not gonna make fun of the rest of louisiana politics but at least department natural resources seems like got your act together day. I know yeah until you're doing some really cool stuff. So why don't you tell the stories of what you do. Day to day. Young people will love to understand that right now. They have no idea what you're doing around all of that. Now as far as keeping your university students in your state. Bill compete. And you know page and i are both proud. Losing group louisiana suited page. But we hear texas for reason..

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"department natural resources" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"department natural resources" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Is an sailors and good afternoon. How are you? Good afternoon team? I'm doing great. How about you? Awesome. We're excited to talk, biking with you in our state, you can discover the hundreds of miles of trails had outdoors discover the unexpected. I wanted to ask you right at the top to tell us about the Wisconsin Trail report because this is a great tool. It is. This is the place you have to start your planting. The Wisconsin trailer report was put together between the office about the recreation Department of Tourism Department natural resources. It provides general conditions for hiking and biking trail network statewide and includes a brief descriptions and photos of the terrain of facilities. You can kind of get a sense of what you're getting into, as well as current weather forecast for the area. Nearby activities, attractions and even dining and lodging options. It's a great one stop shop for planning your biking excursion. So there's a really great place to go in Jackson County. The Black River State forest have never been there, but I've heard it's great. Yes. And this is an especially good spot. If maybe you're new to mountain biking here in the Black River State forest, the trails are wider than normal. Single track with a little less difficult terrain makes a great place to just can't get comfortable. Get your legs under you as you're mountain biking. There are a total of 24 miles of trails up there if you will not get bored, and when you're done, Black River falls is just 15 minutes up the road you need to stop at the Sand Creek brewing company and have a Beer and celebrate a good day out on the trails and then kick back that evening, and it's recreated cabin. You can stay at the cottages and surrender Lake where they are putting an emphasis on serenity as a private, seven acre lake, And only the guests at the four properties are actually a lot of the premises. It sounds really beautiful. That sounds really, really cool. Tell us about the glacial Drumlin trail. Yes, This is another one of Wisconsin's premier biking destinations, crosses walk a shot and Jefferson County. It's 52 miles long, so the trails around between college Grove and the Fox River Sanctuary and walk a shot easy connection from there to Madison and Milwaukee. And a great place to stop while you're out on this trail is Economy Walk, which is a bike friendly city where you can take a break, grab a bite to eat and enjoy the downtown accommodation shopping, maybe enjoy a juicy Lucy style burger. This is two Patties with melted cheese in the middle and a craft beer at the family owned and operated crafty cow. I didn't stay the night at a luxury bed and breakfast Inn at Pine Terrorists is right there. It's a beautiful mansion built in 18 79. So if you're in the Wolfpack, a county area there's state park there called Hartmann Creek State Park. That's great for biking, too. That's right. It's right there along the beautiful Chena legs. It's quiet and friendly. It's an awful jam, very popular destination In central Wisconsin, you'll find 12 miles of off road biking trails in the park. There a combination of hiking and biking segment with a six mile single truck segment. And while packet is the perfect place to eat and stay when you're in the chain of lakes area, you can dine at the wheelhouse. That's been a fixture in the area since 1978 people just love this family friendly restaurant pizzas and family kids and then spend the night of the Crystal River in in breakfast. It's an 18 53 farmstead. It's located in the quaint historic village of appropriately named Rural Just minutes from Oaxaca. It sits on the banks of the Crystal River. It offers seven gas rooms and three cottages. And I just love this. There's a little It's a toy cottage, so kids of all ages can see and have a puppet show theater. Dress up clothes and just ways for kids to have a ton of fun. That's fun. All right. And when was the last time you were on a bike? Oh, my gosh, I'm one of these people that we've been hearing about this trying to get all the gear. Out there now. Yeah, trying to get all their gear gathered together, But I have my bike. It's in the shop and I am gearing up. I can't wait. So I always feel like a kid. Whenever I get on my bike, you know when I was like, 10 years old, except I don't have a basket, and I don't have any, you know, streamers or anything like about the thing. I actually have one of those put a baseball card in your spoke. Oh, my gosh, That's so fun. Yeah, and we want to congratulate you. Some big news and sailors has been appointed by the governor. Now as the secretary designee for the Department of Tourism. It's well deserved. You've won major awards. Your staff loves you and congratulations on the promotion. Thank you so much. I am so excited to take on this role. We have good things cooking for Wisconsin. Sure as hell and I'm really proud to be a part of it all. I love it. She has answers to travel Secretary joins us every weekend. Wisconsin's afternoon news. Thank you so much an Thank you. All right. We will talk to an again next week. I did You guys know that on this date in 1966 Star Trek premiered. Don't get Star Trek. I am not in the Star Trek. I think it's weird. I just don't understand it. It's hard to believe it's been going on for this long before any of us were born. Star Trek was on the air. I like Star Trek better than Star Wars. Oh, my gosh. Oh, that's interesting. Yeah. Wow. Iconic characters in both. I mean I get there. I can't believe both have really stood the test of time. I mean, this started with Wonder Dem Oy, I don't know. And like his mid twenties, Captain Kirk and then I kept going through Whoopi Goldberg, for goodness sake. That's a long span of time. Pretty epic. Yeah, proof that Melissa is a bigger star Trek fans. She has a Star Trek costume that she has worn to work. Yes, I have. Oh, my God. Was I not hear that day? I don't think I was either because I don't remember that. That what can I do? We did that special promo. Yeah. You have the Flamingo. So you have the Flamingo. Greg. I did. That was nice. They broke it through the whole bill starts always breaking stuff He does. Had the little outfit outfit on. Yeah, Really? Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So, George Takai. Is that even how you say his name? Which character? Is he? Zulu? Yeah, Okay. He's the one who tweeted out. How excited is that? It's the so you really don't like Star wars, do you? So congratulations to Trekkies on this date in 1966 came into being at 3 57 at Wtmj. Hey, it's 6 20 Wtmj is Brian D. It's hard to believe. But fall is on the way. It's time to start thinking about those holiday photos. You're going to be taken soon. You want to make sure you have your best smile on display. Go see my guy, Dr James Michaels. 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"department natural resources" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"department natural resources" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"It's the Martha Zoller Show on Am 5 50 NFL one. Oh 2.9 wdun. As soon as the officers the elevator door opens, they were met with gunfire immediately. Uh And so that's what we talk about. Ambush sold again Elevator door open and they were shot upon. It is the Martha Zoller Show and Governor Brian Campus joining me today, and we always appreciate him being with us. Today. It is July 1st. That means there's a lot of laws going into effect today, but also, uh, the health care State of emergency is ending. So Brian Kemp thank you for being with us today. Good morning, Martha. Good morning. So tell us about you know the health care state of emergency? That's done now, Right? Well, the actually is the public health state of emergency that a little bit different from, uh You know, quote regular state of emergency. The public health state of emergency was done and not approval is given to the executive branch. Really the governor and the doctor telling me the Georgia Department of Public Health In case of unprecedented times, which has never been done before. In Georgia, That is actually a state of emergency that is granted by a vote of the Georgia General Assembly. Um so that went away because our covid numbers are down 92%. There's really broad powers that come with that many of those we never exercise, but we had them if we needed to some of them we did with things like testing vaccine distribution. Distribution of you know, federal funding emergency procurement for setting up temporary hospitals and things of that nature would certainly were unprecedented. That as far as I know, but that's also something a lot of people really worry about giving one individual or You know, one or two people that much power in government and, you know, I told the Legislature I wouldn't abuse that power would be very cautious, which I was but also told him that as soon as that may since we would re Linkous link, wish that power and go back to the normal emergency powers that The governor and the executive branch has so the public health today emergency as expired. But we still you know, we issued another governor State of the emergency we can so we can keep doing, you know, obvious things like vaccine distribution and and some of the other logistical things that we needed from Brule suspensions to help Really in really this part of it. Martha is just solely focused on Vaccines and then fully reopening and you know our economy has been reopened, but just fully ginning it back to normal. This will help us be able to distribute Federal funds, any additional stimulus stuff that comes out and things of that nature? Well, you know, the early research on Madonna and Pfizer are that they may have long term immunity, which is which is really good news. And that, um, that they're pretty good against this new Delta variants so Um, you know, one on both fronts related to the vaccine, and granted, it's still new is still being researched. All of that We've had pretty good results from the vaccine. Yeah, No, we have and listen. My whole family's been back note. I feel much better about that from being out as much as I am, especially with the new Delta variant that is spreading a lot quicker than anything we've seen in Covid and I was actually up and Gangs will yesterday afternoon and and you know, I've heard about, you know someone that had not been vaccinated and ended up in the hospital with covid and passed away. And so there's still Dangers out there this disease. It's so different, how it affects some people very lightly and others. You know, it really takes them out. And that's why I encourage people. Listen. I get people don't trust the government. There's been mixed messages from CDC and FDA. Certainly that's the case under the body administration. But what I've been telling people is, you know, talk to your doctor. Talk to your local pharmacist talked to somebody you trust whether it's people at your hospital. You know, emergency clinic, your faith leaders, you know, family members that have been vaccinated and just make the best choice for you and your health care. And so we want to encourage people to do that and hopefully continue to get the vaccine out. You know? Listen, we also have a lot of herd immunity build and from people that have had covid like you mentioned the Antibodies from that. And the vaccines seemed to last a lot longer than originally thought. And that would be a good thing if that's true, and they're definitely working so far against the variant, So that is great news. So as I travel around and talk to people, and I know you're traveling even more extensively than I am, um I'm hearing a lot of concern about security safety. Support of police. That seems to be the top of mind issue when I'm talking to people is that the same for you? No, no doubt about it. Especially here in the Metro Atlanta area. I mean, it's you know, unfortunately, been a war zone at certain times during the day with, you know, people getting shot and robbed and All daylight, pregnant women being stabbed on their walking, You know, in a on a public walking trail, and someone gets shot jogging on Saturday morning. I mean, it's outrageous. And it's just been really ate a long trend here of lawlessness because quite honestly Um, you know, law enforcement hasn't had the tools that they need, and the political leadership here is not had their back in many regards, and we saw that certainly during the civil unrest last year, and ever since then. But you know, I got that up without March. About two months ago. I thought the colonel right? It's George State Patrol. I told him I wanted to plan on how we could help. Especially go after street racing. Here in the metro Atlanta because it was just unreal People just speak. Wreaking havoc on local streets and neighborhoods and very dangerous situations. Uh, Carjackings and a lot of other things that were going on. And so he put a plan together with State Patrol Department Natural Resources, Georgia Bureau of Investigation Department of Community Supervision. You know, obviously, the corrections officials are involved. We're working with the Fulton, Canada New Fulton County Sheriff who's on board with going after violent crime, as well as the Atlanta police Department. They've all been great. We've had tremendous success. I mean, we've made believe apprehended, you know, wanted people wanted murderer..

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"department natural resources" Discussed on We Live Here

We Live Here

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"department natural resources" Discussed on We Live Here

"That for clients for close to a decade. The firm has acted like a detective poking around and conducting research. I'm permit renewals across the region. What we did was kind of looked in north. Saint louis south. St louis different facilities around st louis to see whether different permits were being properly issued and that different facilities had the right air. Water hazardous waste permit and in looking at different facilities in kind of going on a piece by piece basis facility by facility. We started to see that there were lots of permits that were very old and stagnant. There were some facilities. That didn't have the right permits in recognizing that these areas seemed have a lot of facilities located in them whether they have the right permits permits. We came across. This notion that the department of natural resources wasn't really considering the cumulative impacts of all of these different facilities and so in our research into that issue we discovered that there are these requirements that agencies that accept federal funding have to comply with nondiscrimination requirements under title six of the civil rights. Act in as regulations so we figured out that those requirements existed which require things like having meaningful public involvement in programs. We came to the conclusion that the department natural resources probably wasn't meeting those legal obligations and so we started submitting comments to the agency around twenty seventeen advising them that they weren't doing these types of things like making sure that they had grievance procedures a non-discrimination coordinator and that they weren't providing meaningful access to low income in minority communities on people with limited english proficiency and that kind of led the path towards the complaint. We're dealing with now with dutch town in kinder- morgan. Sarah says that the missouri saint louis city. Nwa c. p. and dutch town south community corporation were dismayed. That civil rights regulations weren't being followed in the missouri department of natural resources permitting process but residents were even more surprised about the existence of kinder- morgan and other polluting companies in their neighborhood. Let alone that. Kim morgan's permit was up for renewal. Organizations really had no even awareness that this civility was present and that it had the potential to impact their lives and their air quality so involved in bringing all of this to their attention. Sorta there is to wow. There's this whole procedure out there that we weren't aware of it's kind of been a joint effort. We've been educating these groups about this issue. And then in the process they've been educating us. About what kind of impacts they've been experiencing in either side not even realizing that there was this connection that could be related to the sources of pollution in their neighborhoods. Even if they don't always know where the pollution is coming from dutch down. South residents are familiar with pollution and strange smells. We definitely commonly ear a complain of odors. And it's really hard to pinpoint. What is the source of an odor especially when you have numerous sources of pollution. But that's a common. We here. But i would say the more serious issues that we hear about involve increased cases of asthma. Asthma is like a real problem. In the city of saint louis admissions to the emergency room for asthma conditions are really quite high in the city. The city scores unfortunately very high with high being a negative on the american lung association's list of safe cities for air pollution. Unfortunately it's quite poor on on that regard and then there are smattering of stories. That folks have been willing to share aboud incidents of cancer and there has also been more. Recently some analysis statistically establishing a connection between certain neighborhoods in the city and increased likelihood of cancer so these anecdotal stories certainly follow or matt statistical research the connection between health impacts and pollution is clear and mostly black neighborhoods across the region one of the other impacts that we've heard about is related to operation some facilities in north saint louis where residents in hyde park feel on certain days when they can see that. Certain facilities are emitting Smoke they they know they don't wanna go and breathe the air and so they almost feel trapped inside their own homes on on some days When they can tell that the air quality is going to be worse based on emissions from a nearby facilities residents in neighborhoods were multiple polluting facilities. Operate are even more affected. That's why bob and sara don't focus on the individual polluters instead. They're more interested in getting the state to consider. Cumulative impacts the missouri department of natural resources should be doing a lot more in urban areas as relates to their permanent program to ensure that they're providing meaningful access to communities that are disproportionately impacted by health impacts. Our understanding is that the agency advises people over list-serve that they don't even know exists and so it just seems like the department doesn't really have a presence in these communities in wants to operate kind of in the dark technically. Any member of the public can receive updates about permit renewals through the md in our website. You can go to. Dnr dot mo dot gov and click on the image that says environmental permits portal. And if you want updates on air pollution permit renewals you can click the link that says air pollution draft permits public notices on that page in the upper right corner. There's a multicolored envelope common icon with text. Get updates on this issue when you click that i con. It takes you to a page where you can enter your email address to get notified whenever md and our posts a new draft permit on their website. I have personally signed up for that notification. And i will tell you that every single time the email becomes from the state goes to my spam folder. So i have to know a go. Sign up for this list-serve email. But then i also have to know to spam folder to check it. A lot of low income communities don't have access to a computer and so we think that a computer and the internet is not the best way to notify the public bed. Some important government decision is about to be made that concerns their community sarah. I'm bob believed that there are concrete steps that mtr can take to improve community engagement and access to the permitting process. Just some that have occurred to us possibly using social media as a way of reaching people a lot of people do have a phone and have access to social media even when they might not have a computer also. There are places that notices could be posted where folks might see them whether it's a community center or bus station or a metro station somewhere in their community that they're likely to see the notification and the other thing we really liked to see is instead of just hosting this draft permit. They tend to be very technical documents. It.

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"department natural resources" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"department natural resources" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Here on 7 20, w G and R. Did you know there's a story about black bears coming into Illinois from Wisconsin? Which is not all that surprising. What's really surprising is where they're going. Eric shoppers, the director and principal research scientists of the Illinois Natural History Survey. He joins us now, Eric, Welcome. Hi, How are you? I'm well. Okay. So how many How many black bears should be expecting Illinois this year? I'd say we should expect 0 to 1 we've had about Six confirmed bears coming through Illinois since 2000 and eight so we may well, never not be any. It may be several years or who knows there might be one or two. But it's a pretty rare occurrence. Okay, and so when they do come into Illinois They're just passing through. Correct? Yeah, we in this state, for the most part, don't have good habitat for bears. And so they're leaving areas where the population's abundant looking for good habitat and potential mates and except for a few pockets when it doesn't really provide good habitat and does not provide any mate. So I was reading in an article, though, that the Bears that come in from Wisconsin End up in Kentucky is far away's Kentucky or even Missouri. What do you make of that? They can go hundreds of miles while there while they're dispersing, which is leaving their their original habitat and home range and looking for a new place, So some of them Yeah. Make go through Iowa. Some go through, Get down into the Kentucky, um, and into Missouri like the one last year. So they can travel huge distances. Okay, So my question is. How do they know where to go? Do they just keep their They like a Roomba vacuum? They just keep going until they find what they need. Yeah, they're not really able to, um, nowhere. Good habitat is certainly not at that, um, kind of scale. They might be able to smell of forest if they were down wind of one, uh, really closely, but generally, if they're just they're they don't know where they're going, and therefore they don't know where they're really risky. Places are they don't wear the good places are and sometimes they end up in places where they don't belong, and they just keep going until they find a place to stop where the food is plentiful. That's correct and so, but you, but I was reading the story said there could be no Influx of bears this year. You're not really expecting that It's a pretty rare occurrence, sir. Yeah, It's something that happens sporadically. I'm there's nothing that tells me that this year would be bigger year than any other. Well, that's disappointing. How about mountain lions? How many mountain lions can we expect again? That that's a pretty rare about six? Confirmed cases of Cougars in Illinois since 2000 and two. It's been several years since we've had one. So again, That's something that can happen, But it doesn't happen often. Did you see the report of the guy who thought he had one on a stop action? A night vision camera? Something like that. I think it was in western Illinois this week. I haven't seen a particular story. We do get a report on trail cams and pictures. People take Um quite frequently, and they're sent into the department. Natural resource is or while it biologist most either turn out to be inconclusive or the ones that are conclusive. Way more than nine out of 10 turned out to be some other kind of animal. At least in this part of the country. Usually a bobcat were a domestic cat. Okay, so let me try Bobcats. Please tell me there's lots of bobcats in the state. There are lots of bobcats. We did it. Yeah. So the bobcat population we have a strong breeding population of bobcats. We don't have an exact number, but it's in the thousands on big on, citing data, uh, interviewing hunters. It looks like the population has increased by at least a factor of 10 cents, the early 19. Wow, and it still appears to be increasing, especially in East Central and northwestern parts of the state. Well, that's what I was going to ask you. I mean, here we are in the Chicago area. They around here. There are some around Although there that area is there they're pretty low density. And so why is it that they've increased by tenfold since the nineties? Well, the population was really at low levels due to over hunting and people just persecuting them during the middle part of the 20th century, and it just takes a while for things to come back. We've got Good habit for them. They need much less space than a big animal like a bear or a cougar. But there's plenty of prey around birds, squirrels, lots of things for them to eat there and they need you know, practically anything in terms of meat. So the habit that was there the food was there. It just took them a while to bring their numbers back up. So I've seen a couple of Bobcats on the golf course in Arizona. S o. I know what they look like. And I've you know, been in one's presence. But are they frequently spotted out? I mean, did you only see them in the woods around here? Do you see them? Would walking across the road or how are the sightings going? Gets a really good question. My my experiences bobcats is that they're really elusive until they're not. And I've seen them in my art. I've seen them crossing a road, but I also I used to live down in Carbondale and, um, I had a camera in the woods behind our house, and it captured pictures of bobcat all the time. And in 16 years, I only saw them twice..

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"department natural resources" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"department natural resources" Discussed on WSB-AM

"A tax return and if eligible for other refundable tax credits like the child tax credit, That's SS a dog. A slash Z i p Produced a U. S taxpayer expense. News, weather traffic 95.5 w S b Let US news and talk 3 30 I'm Veronica Waters Live in the WSB 24 hour news center top stories. We're following this half hour looking at that cyber attack on an oil pipeline owned by AL promoted based colonial pipeline, which we've learned could shut this which we learned could result in higher gas prices at the pump. Triple A spokesman, Mark Jenkins says it could be worse not the pipeline leak or bust. Pipe in this situation. It's more of an outage as a precaution, Tol cyber threat that hopefully they should be able to get things back up and running in a pretty short amount of time. Frankincense. It's too soon to tell how much of an impact the shutdown will have on gas prices. It depends on how long the pipeline is. Shut down. Colonial pipeline distributes about 45% of all fuel used on the East Coast, including here in Georgia. That's WSB Cheryl Castro. This is also a national security concern. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo says better defense is air needed against cyber attacks targeting American Cos. The body of a man who disappeared into Lake Lanier after getting off a boat on Saturday has been found Department Natural Resource is wardens used sonar to locate him in the whole county Sheriff's Dive team made the recovery and 44 Ft of water the victim, now identified as 23 year old Anthony Sandal Jr. Of Stockbridge. Top House Republican Kevin McCarthy publicly endorses reparative representative Elise Stefanik for the post of number three leader confirming the party conferences support The Trump loyalist over Congresswoman Liz Cheney, who was called out Trump's repeated election fraud Lies Medina Spirits victory in the Kentucky Derby is in serious jeopardy because the positive post race drug test for the steroid Beta methods own. This horse was never treated with that. He's a great horse. He doesn't deserve this. Trainer Bob Baffert says. This feels like a gut punch and he will fight the doping allegations. WSB news time 3 31 It is official that choose not to.

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"department natural resources" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:24 min | 2 years ago

"department natural resources" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Welcome back to the great outdoors. Show. Hope you're enjoying it if you're just joining me. This is Charlie part of your host, and I have Brett Manning. On the air this morning and we I'm not going to give your introduction again because it's far too long. But I will close out where I ended up before we took the break. If you come up to me in a trap stream, don't expect me to answer any questions. We're taking solitude, but credits will with your next with your natural resource background. You just described with the ideal director of the Fish and Wildlife Service looks like And it has to be thinking about the director of the department. Natural Resource is an Illinois And what you said, and and director Callahan has turned into a really good director. Yes, an individual who No, I just said I couldn't agree more Charlie. She has. She's certainly have And I think about this She grew up hunting and fishing. She does not have a degree. She was intelligent broadcasting business. If I'm correct, she knows how to communicate. But she did something incredibly smart. And if he's listening this morning, he's going to call me tomorrow morning and they don't use my name in the air. She knew she knew that she had to have professional talent around her. She could handle the politics and she could handle the communication. So what did she do? She grabbed John Rodney, who? I know you're great. Admire, right as yes, I and she said yes, she said, you know, John Help me understand the science and and how all this works. And they've been a great team. So that leads me to ask you this. When you look forward in Illinois, and I know you care more about Eleanor than anyplace else. There's some of the opportunities you think that we have with Director Callahan and along with John Roger, What do you think? They can get accomplished working together. Well, he was people like you. Um, Charlie, I believe there's a number of things that they can do. Um and I see some of them have already been done. I mean, they're working hard to autumn on eyes digitized. If you will, the systems where we buy our hunting and fishing licenses, and I applaud him for that. That's no easy task. I I lived through it. They are both dedicated public servants, and we'll work through just about anything that is thrown on their table. Um, you know, may I would personally love to see a conservation Congress reinvigorated and you know, I don't know that that will happen, but it stands the best chance of happening with these two at the helm. Um, that it's had since I was there, and I applaud them for making those deaths and looking towards the future and doing things right. And you know they are suffering with half the staff that I had and half the budget, but I had so I've I've got to give them a wall of credit. Or doing what? What they what they're doing. And, um, deserve a day so well, I got it. We got a couple of minutes left. I'm gonna ask you now. You had to go up to the Capitol and you had to testify in front of Speaker Mike Madigan for years. Yes, you did. I think he did it for, like a decade or more. Probably hers. Well now He is no longer the speaker. Are there. Opportunities for the Department of Natural Resource is melon oy that there may not have been before that you think could be accomplished. Well, first and foremost, I've got to say that my experience with Speaker math Madigan. My personal experience with him was very good. They never told me something that was going to happen. That didn't happen. He was very honest with me, and he was also very straightforward. I knew where he was coming from. In regard to his focus and his direction on the things that he did now. That's not to say that Along with some of his underlings very well from time to time. And it's those people that if there is a change made to the positive will Changed somewhat, and they have already you know, those people that I don't with are now gone, which I'm happy that they are there out of the mix, but they made it rather difficult from time to time. But by personal experience with Speaker Madigan was fine. You know what? You what you just said. Is that what I hear all the time? He was straight. He is straight with people. You know where you stand. You can figure out what you need to do. But at least you know where you stand. And I would hope with the change here in Illinois, that one thing that will happen. And the increased interest in the outdoors that we're seeing as a result of covert. That will be more interest in the Department of Natural Resources. And so, Brent, we got literally 15 seconds left. I think I'm gonna ask you if you if you had in the next six months I want to wave What would it be? And it can't be to go shoot turkeys want to wave it would be the acceptance of natural resource is in its rightful place, both at a national and n a statewide level. And that means the focus and concentration needed to fund it appropriately. Well, let's visit again. I think you have a magic wand bread. I always thought you did. Even if sometimes the swing in your shotgun is not as quick as it needs to be different, slower, Charlie. Mr. It's great. Great visiting with you, Brett Manning. Thank you so much and all the past and you continue to be a champion for so many things we care about. This is Charlie Parker. This is Charlie Parker on the outdoor voices. Chicago in America. 7 20 wtf..

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"department natural resources" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"department natural resources" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"South Dakota Governor Christy Nome comes to mind but a lot more needs to get a lot more need to get with the program of the Geo or the GOP will be relegated to a double masked Democrat mandate Hell forever or until China occupation pies. The United States again that's coming of Stephen Cruiser. Strong words there. But people might want to take a peek at how Ron dissented does handle the media. You know, with the onset of covert 19. I think we've all been looking for different things to do. I mean, it gets a little old doing the same old thing and having the same old hobbies something new in Maryland. Well, yes, it was actually knew this week. This is never been done and Maryland before, but the Maryland Department of Natural Resource is Stage the state's first preventive deer hunt. I don't know what that was, but the Maryland Department natural Resource is explained it to all this was a three day event. And here's what they had to say Hundreds with a valid hunting license, or those exempt from the hunting license requirement may use primitive, both or muzzle loaders to hunt. Tika and white tailed deer. During these days coming from the state of Maryland, Primitive hunting devices are defined as along both. We curve both lip marks or side lock, percussion muscle voters. Hunters may not use compound. Both crossbows draws locks and telescopic or other electronic gaming devices. However, fiber optic sights are permitted on otherwise legal primitive bows or muzzle voters. The newly created primitive deer hunt will give deer hunters one last opportunity to enjoy their favorite at pastime that came from well Life in Heritage Service director Paul Petito that he said that in the statement, he said the purposeful timing of this season allows deer hunters to experience more challenging hunting conditions using low tech. Hunting devices. I kind of thought that was a cultural moment for one all first time has done in Maryland. But reading all about the crossbows and side block percussion. Muzzle loaders was very interesting, and I thought What will they think of next? Jennifer Harper inside the Beltway at the Washington Times. Thank you As always. That's my pleasure. How good weekend everybody. Thank you. It's 6 45. It's the Saturday Morning update on W m A L up next. We'll talk with Jim Trustee and we will get the real Deep dive preview of what to expect in the impeachment trial, which begins on Tuesday. That's next. But first, Michelle Marie's in the W avail. Traffic center in Virginia Loudon County. Watch out for an incident now that has 3 40. The Jefferson Pike closed in both directions near Chestnut Hill Road Watch for police direction around that traffic is being directed onto route 6 71. Also in Coleville, Maryland. There's still an accident, Westman on the Intercounty connector at Briggs, Chaney wrote, and that is blocking the right lane. Also, watch out for the road work on the inner loop of humor for road in the spur along the left side now through the rust repair dot com to W E Mail, Storm Watch, seven forecast. It's not a bad start to Saturday for us here in the D M V. Temperatures around freezing will warm nicely in the morning sun highs this afternoon reach around the 50 degree mark as clouds increased her next weather maker moves in overnight Tonight so much. Seven.

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"department natural resources" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"department natural resources" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Pond Um, we use are they generally used the European model. It's pretty much kind of spot on as well as you can expect under the circumstances. I mean, trying to predict something that is unpredictable, right? Yeah, I got my faith in flakes guy, and he's my guy, and that's why I go with there you go. So anyway, this is the outdoors and radio show you two can talk about the weather. Well, it's outdoors related. Yeah. Most outdoorsy thing I've talked about in a while. We can sit and talk about the weather. Uh, anyway, uh, on, we talk about fishing and hunting in the great outdoors, and we talk about it with you folks out there and radio listener land and the way we do that is just simply give us a call here at the station. We don't call you because we don't know your number. But you know ours, which is wcbm 6 89 2266 84 10 9226680. And that's how you get touch with us. So here we are. Youth Water filed a final Waterfowl day this season. There's some veterans involved in that today, too. So if you're headed out for water fathers this morning, we'd love to hear from you. It's cold out there, but not as cold as it has been. Our number is 4 10 92266 81 here from the kid's going waterfowl hunt. Today we'll hear from the vets and we want to hear from anybody who's helping Set the decoys or, you know about the birds or call whatever that might be. We were glad to talk to you and find out a little bit about your last adventure of the year here. For 10 92 66 80 lot of stuff going on. Ah lot of stuff going on within the department natural resource is as far as fisheries is concerned. And in particular, of particular concern to me and should be to you if your deer hunter is house Bill 5 94. Now, when the farm bill gets behind a deer with farm Bureau gets behind a dear bill, you know that that's uh, that's not looking good. So here's what 5 94 will do. In. Ah, Thumbnail. Remember the venison donation program? We're hunters were paid $50 if the deer was donated to Ah, Food banking and Randall County. Yes, let's expand that statewide. No. That's what the bill says. The bill establishes that the prohibition against selling offering for sale, bartering or exchanging dear taken from the wild does not apply to venison from a lawfully harvested white tailed deer that has donated to events in donation program administered by the county in which the deer was harvested for processing and distribution to a food bank. Goodbye. Farmers and hunters feeding the hungry. Your program has just been wiped out if this bill passes Here cause an average of $50 per acre of crop damage to Maryland crops. I don't know where they get that figure. You know the far this is from the farm Bureau newsletter $50 per acre of crop damage to Maryland crops. I'd like to see that really proven I'd like you see, I'd like to show me how you arrived at that number. So on a 300 acre farm. If 200 acres were planted, that would be $10,000 in damage to a soybean farm. Maybe. Cornfield. Maybe, but I seriously doubt that Zinni number who came up with the number. That's my question. The farmer receives no repayment for this economic loss. Really most heavily. The most heavily subsidized group in Maryland. And you can find that Maryland pays out about all. Oh, I think 27 to $30 million a year and crop damage on duh. Crop damage reimbursement for insurance. And I know this because we've been involved in this fight before but has to foot the cost to have the deer processed in's required to either keep the meat to donate to a food bank. Well, it's not quite what they do with dear that air shot under management permits. But we won't get into that. This bill does two things. It allows a farmer or hotter than the ability to recoup the cost. This is so poorly written, recoup. Let me let me read this paragraph Christmas. See if you can find any errors. Okay, okay. Here. This is from the newsletter American Farm Bureau. Your cousin. Average of $50 slash Acre of crop damage to Maryland crops. The farmer receives no repayment for this economic loss. A farmer is allowed to harvest dear under a deer management permit, but has to foot the cost to have the deer processed. And is required to either keep the meat to donate it to a food bank. This bill does two things. It allows a farmer or hunter that ability to recoup Are he Hyphen C 00 p The cost of harvesting and processing a deer that they donate to a food bank. Okay. The key word there is that they donate the keyword is if they donate it to a food bank. Secondly, it helps provide a high quality lean protein source for food banks around the state. I will tell you what will happen to this. I will tell you exactly what will happen to this if this bill passes in a legalized the commercial sale venison. It's not going the food bank Okay, It's not the farmers will organize. They will get a group in their county or their region. They will put together processing plant they will take his much of the Venice into the processing plant is possible. And they will sell the remains to some pet food company somewhere. And the hungry people in Maryland will not benefit from this program. Once you open that floodgate I've said it when the commercial sale venison came up to the General Assembly. It was part of my testimony. And I'll say it again today. The farmers want all the dear dead. And if the hunters Think that they're going to get paid for killing dear. There's going to be those people. With a Hmm. Shall we say borderline code of ethics that will go out and kill deer for money?.

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"department natural resources" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"department natural resources" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"They today Destro and wandered by the vision. Hope everybody welcome back to trance. He's great outdoors. I hope you enjoyed today's show that high school young man Jeff making his own lures salad. Um, I think that's really a cool story. And then, of course, Colleen. Callahan, the director of the department. Natural Resource is she loves the outdoors, and I think she's going to be a very good ambassador for us, and he wants she wants everyone to get out and enjoy the outdoors. Okay, But this is our outdoor news and fishing report. Let's get a couple of things down here. First of all, we need to change. The model of the conservation officers for probably was Michigan and every other state in the United States. But last year I reported on that they found three dead elk that were poached on just left. But three relatives responsible for that Michigan Department of Natural Resource is Conservation officers were arrested them and reforming referred to this as a historic elk poaching case were arraigned in the ass Diego County 87 8 District Court. Christian White 29 of Gaylord Harry White 70 and rattled white 56, both of West Branch. This is all in the upper Lower Peninsula area. We did not guilty to a total of eight wildlife crimes after admitting to poaching the three cow elk. Okay. Okay. They admitted approaching the elk and they're claiming not guilty. Okay, um, in the Pigeon River account counter country in December of 2019. I I'm holding back. I'm making common but I think you guys understand. And ladies understand what I'm trying to get out there. They admitted to poaching the elk, and they're not guilty, okay? Here is our aid in fishing report. That's right. My good buddy. Aiden. Brought to you by Waterworks. Marine 186 60 South Cicero Avenue in country Club Build killed, seven awaits. 7 98 9700 Give me a call. Papa, we checked out. Lot of lakes after school this week, and we saw lots of bluegills being caught. Some ice fishermen have Maura Elektronik stuff than people on boats and he goes, Ha ha. One guy was making breakfast.

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"department natural resources" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"department natural resources" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Conti dot com. I got a nice, uh, email or this week. Who wants to know He's a coach at a junior high community rec team, and he's a volunteer, and he wants to know if he could be held liable if the student gets the virus. And I told him well, he that that person would have to prove first of all that he contracted the virus as a result of being on that team number one and number two that the coach did something wrong. Something negligent meaning didn't provide social distancing didn't mandate mask or did something that was otherwise negligent and those two things to me. It would be very, very, very hard to prove. Um, And but as a result, you can I understand why you would be very concerned about such a lawsuit, especially if you're a volunteer. So I always tell people who are volunteer. See if you can get in writing from the organization or the church or the school that if you ever get sued for something relating to what you're doing is a volunteer that they would step in and defend you with their lawyers. And that they would reimburse you for any monetary damages. As long as you want acting willfully. They should be willing to do that. Because why should you take on that responsibility and your insurance? Whatever insurance you might have may not cover that Which would put you at risk. So that's my best advice to you on that issue. I'm gonna play a little quiz and we have Uh, we have an from Addison who? I'm going to go down right now. High. And how are you? I'm good. Thank you. How are you care? I'm doing well, Do you know a lot about animals and animal issues? Not at all. Okay, Well, what we're gonna do is I'm gonna get Steve Dale on the line. Hi, Steve. How are you doing? I'm a little worried. Okay, Well, me too, eh? So here's how we're gonna play this. I'm making the rules up as we go along, so because I'm because it's my radio show, so I get to make them up. So I'm going to ask you some questions there multiple choice and they have to do with animals in the news. Some of them are legal. Some of them are not and that and you're gonna answer them. And if you and if you really feel like you need help from Steve I'm going to ask you to ask Steve and Steve made you see if you can. You're allowed to give little hints, okay? Can't give the end. No, no, You're not giving the answer, though. You're you're here is like a lifeline. But you're like the animal. You're the animal lifeline here. Okay. Oh, do we all understand the rules? Okay. Doesn't matter. Come on down. That's right door number one. I'm so there's probably people out there who don't even know what I'm talking about. When I say door number one, Okay. Can are you ready? Okay. Okay. Here we go. First question. These animals tested positive for Cove it in a San Diego zoo. A tiger's be lions see bears or D gorillas. Gorillas. You know what's good job, Steve? You really helped out with that one really helped out. Dad is actually more specifically, they were low land gorillas. They were lowland gorillas not to be. But that doesn't mean that they're lower forms of life. They're just from the lowlands. Right, So they were like coughing. And so some person who worked there had to go collect its fecal matter. Fecal matter which you know what if you don't like your job? Think about what that jobs like. And then they tested him and they were tested positive. And the girl girls are now quarantining, but I hear they're refusing to wear masks. Did you hear that to Steve? Well, you know, it's not a surprise. I mean, actually, what the surprise is is that it's taken that long for a non human primate that that we know of. It's probably happened to contract the coronavirus. Because pretty much anything we can get. Gorillas are and attends chimpanzees and bonobos, for sure. The great apes can get us well. Interesting. All right, ready and you're doing you're doing really well. Raunchy this week, making me nervous, but go ahead. This week, a manatee was found in Florida River with what etched on its body. A A treasure map. Be the word Trump. See a Nike logo or D ah Miami Dolphins emblem. It's a B B trump. You are right it, Steve, You're doing a great job. You're doing a great job, giving her hints of its telepathy. Maybe constantly, well, so you're right, and it didn't appear to be harmed Informality, but it did have it. It was etched in algae is my understanding and an investigation has been opened by there. Department. Natural Resource is And of course, Rudy Giuliani is calling this no evidence of voter fraud. Yeah, it's a lawyer trying to make a joke. Okay, All right. And I'm very impressed. Steve. Did you know that story? That news story? I did? Actually, yes. And Can a manatee's super hurt feelings? Wow. I wonder what? Yeah, I wonder what party the manatee was? Yeah, I don't know. How do you get that close for that long to write that word? I don't know. Maybe it was sleeping. We'll see. Okay, let's go to all right. A courageous animal enforcement officer saved a dog trapped on an island this week, and that island was known for a filming Gilligan's Island. Be known to be surrounded by alligators. C had 10 FT. Deep quicksand on it, and D, the location where Amelia Earhart crashed. What So an animal dog was trapped on this island and was rescued courageously wasn't Gilligan's Island. Was it surrounded by alligators, 10 FT. Deep of quicksand, or where Amelia Earhart crashed and if you wanted if you want to Ask Steve or have Steve help you? That's fine. Go for it stays. I could use some help or a hint is that We have a hint, Steve. Were Steve o. Steve is nowhere to be found. He's not exercising his first member writes. Well, tell me what your answer is me it would be be No, sir. That is correct to the abbey was a marsh in a place called Lake County, which is central Florida. Not too far from Orlando. I think known to be surrounded by alligators. And that is true. They made a little bridge for the dog and the dog walked across the bridge and the dog is now in a shelter, Hopefully To be adopted. Steve, are you back with us? I don't know why he's so quiet Help. He's gonna He'll come back, but And you know what you're doing? Just fine. Who needs Steve Del? I guess my question. All right now the food company has revealed plans to make previously human food for dogs. Okay, So this is human food, But now they're going to make it for dogs. Hey, Kellogg. Pop tarts. Be marriage in the company makers of ramen noodles. We're going to make noodles for poodles. See Ben and Jerry making doggy desserts or D Kellogg's special canine. Oh, um, so making Human food Now Animal food, Pop tarts, noodles for poodles, doggy desserts or special K nine. Gonna say doggy dessert. Doggy Desserts is correct. Van and Cherries is making doggy deserts his 2 99 a cup It's made out of sunflower butter. It's good for dogs. They say two different flavors. Pumpkin cookie chunks. E don't know how that sounds, but I'm not a dog, peanut butter pretzels. It's served in a bowl. Not in a cone. Did you hear about that? Steve? I did hear about that. And you're making me hungry? Because I am s. Oh, that's gonna be safer Dogs. The right, Steve. It's not a problem. Yeah, Yeah, no problem whatsoever. No chocolate in it. No zyla tall and artificial sweetener. By the way, we need to keep away from our dog. Yes, I'll atolls probably not even good for humans when it comes right down to it. I don't know. Okay, Three days before the inauguration, What animal related event will be aired on NBC, a black llamas matter. 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"department natural resources" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"department natural resources" Discussed on KOMO

"Now closed overnight until about 5 A.m. for road work. Your next report at 9 44 I'm J. Phillips on Co Moh new Shannon O'Donnell as your co Moh forecast. Everybody has promised. It's been a pretty messy Tuesday out there lots of high water ways from the river flooding because of the atmospheric river in the sky. A lot of that heavy rain. Riding through again tonight into Wednesday morning before it wraps up on Wednesday afternoon snow level tonight 68,000 FT Sky High, But it crashes down to about 3 to 4000. Ft. Is things normalize on Wednesday? Regardless, it'll take a while to clean up. The rivers have to go back down. The landslide risk remains high. And if you're doing some skiing avalanche danger, Elrond hide the next couple of days as well. In the coming weather Center. I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell. Sorry, 52 degrees with heavy rain in the forecast is, Shannon mentioned that we should be prepared for more urban flooding and increased avalanche danger in the mountains. Almost Sue Romero has more. Our region has already been soaked with heavy rains and now Carly Kabbah Chick with the National Weather Service in Seattle, says that's expected to cause river flooding. Bring an elevated landslide threat and also lead to localized urban of small stream flooding. And now avalanche danger has been added by the Northwest Avalanche Center, Kovalchuk says. What's not known is the full extent of what the river flooding will be. But she does say rain should taper off Wednesday. Romero come on use State Department natural Resource is out of the budget proposal that is hoped To reduce the impact of wildfires. D in our commissioner Hillary Friends says the money would be used to pay for firefighters clearing out overgrown forests and help communities recover from fires in the Legislature to fund this account with $125 million, each biannual by any means every two years state to finally have the resource is we need Prevent and respond awhile. Part Frances Wildfires are more frequent, intense and now effect both eastern and western Washington the state legislatures not considering the proposal. Washington State Patrol confirms there are no known threats one day after the FBI warned about potential and rested all 50 state capitals leading up to President elect Joe Biden's inauguration and update from comas. Michelle Esteban had talked to State Patrol spokesman Crystal Often, State.

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"department natural resources" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"department natural resources" Discussed on KOMO

"Her experience during last week siege of the Capitol in Washington Democrat Tells cross cut She was in her office waiting for a vote at the time of pro Trump mob breached security. We started to get a text, saying that I am. Certain buildings were being evacuated. There had been some, uh, some pipe bombs found and so they were evacuating buildings nearby. Then we started hearing noises outside on got a message to lock down our offices. At least five people died in the riot. Benny says she was sheltered in the same room where fellow Democrat Pramila giant Paul believes he was exposed to Cove it. Del Bene is so far tested negative. Jeff Pooja look come on. News, president of Seattle's rank and file Police union says he will not step down despite a growing chorus calling for his resignation after he blamed in part, the far left and black lives matter. Activists for the pro Trump siege on the U. S. Capitol. The Seattle Times reports and letter to members of the Seattle Police Officers Guild. Mike Solan expresses regret for commenting on national politics that says his comments have been spun intentionally for political reasons. Who hurt the union and limited its influence. Washington State Patrol confirms there are known threats one day after the FBI warned about potential unrest in all 50 state capitals. Leading up to President elect Joe Biden's inauguration and update from comas. Michelle Esteban, who talked to State Patrol spokesman Chris Loft is told me they're not at liberty to share any details. But this is what they did tell me they're aware of intentions of those intentions have been repeated. That patrol is doing what they can to learn Maurin to protect, and they're also working very hard to disrupt those types of plans. We actually saw fewer guard members, but patrol says they have quote unquote ample resource is day and night, and they also tell me they're assessing threats and staffing, hour by hour. The FBI's warning is for potential armed protest starting this week up to the inauguration. It is tragic. It is two words that I used to describe all of this tragedy and resolved It is tragic that we have to do this, but my goodness gracious we have the resolve and we're going to do it. We're going to protect this place. He was also very clear that the fencing, the security presence is going to stay up. Till the risk comes down. State Department Natural Resource is out with a two year $125 million proposal to help reduce the number of wildfires in Washington state. In our commissioner Hillary Fran says the money will create a dedicated budget would pay for firefighters, forest management and community recovery. After fires strike years We've relied on luck and hope instead of fully funding a comprehensive wildfire strategy, But hope will not prevent wildfires and luck does not quick down out proposals now in front of the state Legislature. Federal judge rules against supervised injection sites In a case out of Pennsylvania, The third Court of Appeals found that starting such a sight would violate federal drug laws, saying that while organizers of the program may have noble intentions, federal statute makes such sights illegal. Unclear how the ruling will affect efforts to open a similar site here in King County. University of Washington doctors helping lead research on how Cove it effects The hearts of student athletes combos Charlie Harder has the story. It appears there are some long term impacts from the disease that last much longer than the onset of respiratory symptoms. Harvard, The UW and the American Heart Association are teaming up to see what this might mean for student athletes who've had Cove it. The UW's Dr Jonathan Dresner is one of the lead researchers pandemics only been around for a year now, so Long term is still relative. But there can be heart muscle damage. This appears to affect only a small percentage of student athletes who've had coated. The goal is to see what's happening to their hearts. And if this is something that results quickly, or there's long term damage, Dresner says. They hope to really study finding soon and that the athletes with Cove it may be studied for years. Charlie. Harder. Come O'Neill, Someone used time. 8 40 from the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk. Keep a general manager Fire an assistant coach Busy day for the Seattle Seahawks. His coma was Bill Swartz. John Snyder, Working intended with Pete Carroll of built Seattle into a consistent winner Hawks announced today they in Schneider of agreed to a contract extension, taking him through the 2027 draft. Snyder this past season crafted bold trades, acquiring safety Jamal Adams and defensive end Carlos Dunlap. Now late this afternoon, the Hawks announced they're fired offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, citing a difference of philosophy. Seattle set a team record for most points scored in a season, but the offense was inconsistent late in the year. Think excitement for Washington State Cougar men and women's basketball the guys, they're nine and to the ladies coming off in overtime victory against Number seven, Arizona coach Cam E. Ethridge team ranked in the top 25 for the first time in program history. But looking for more just go back to being higher here and that chance vision and his desire to have AH, program that succeeds just like so many of the other. 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"department natural resources" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"department natural resources" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Rush away. What a great place to rest your bones and my refined for skipping stones. You feel fresh as a limb and name satin in the shape wasn't mean to Johnson on God's. He's great up door. Yes, TN radio in 1000 in Chicago. What a bad day to take a stroll and wandered by the everybody Welcome back to chancy screened outdoors on this couple days after Thanksgiving. We're all kind of laying around going. Oh, But that's okay. We need to be thankful for a lot of things, especially in this pandemic. We need to be thankful that we're all sitting together. Okay, let's go for her outdoor news fishing report. Agent Fischer important a whole lot more information. Here we go. This last week. We didn't have agents report those little burp there because there's nothing in his email. He figured it out. It says Papa. Sorry about last week, I sent you my report but forgot to put it in the email. This week, Very few fishermen were out. Most people are deer hunting. We're going up north on Friday. Maybe Dad will shoot one of those. Does he let walked by? He has a permit, and Mom was really mad at him that he didn't shoot one. Mom gets mad, sometimes. Jenny. My friend told me her parents were on the Grand River near Grand Rapids. And they caught to steelhead. And they saw some perch near the bridges in Pettys and Smith's by use. I'm gonna have to go find out where those two are. Roger and his dad wants Ms Keegan Channel. And they caught some white fish along the channel opening using those globes, spoons that you just jerk up and down. Friend Linda Sue and her parents went on Muskegon River, and she said it was cold and wet and not much fun, and we didn't catch anything. I've been his dad went to the White Lake in Whitehall. The dog in suds and said steelhead were there but the perch you're being caught by some of the fishermen and boats in White Lake, But it was only fair and not a lot of fishermen because everybody's out chasing deer. Well wish Dad and me. Luck, deer hunting. I have a fake rifle. A fake rifle carry it, And I have to show my dad that I'm doing all the right safety things. Have a safe Thanksgiving, Papa. I love you. Bunches talk to you next week. It's from my grandson, Aiden, whose sister reporters being sponsored by our friends at what it works, Marine 186 60 South Cicero Avenue in country Club Hills. Michigan, Perche, Perche Perche other particular. Oh, you better believe there's some virtually going on down that downtown on the South and the Chicago Most action is on the far south end of the city, 87 Street south well into Indiana for the voters, especially Boettcher's. High numbers of short fishermen and boat anglers Air Seen it 87 Street. And the slip around 91st Street, just east of Lake Shore Drive at the 92nd Street Bridge for sure, Anglers please note there's a sign there and 92nd Street Bridge that says no parking. Where cars are parking right in front of the same. It could be an except offensive parking spot, if you know what I mean. Orders. You're fishing. The mount of the slipped at 87 Street in front of the steel Workers Park at 87 Street, the mouth of the Calumet River and many spots from They're all the way to the Ford Plant Up the river Small Bates. Equal small fish, bigger fat heads. Go medium golden Roaches mean larger perch. Dog? Yeah, please note the Illinois Department. Natural Resource is conservation Officers are doing a very good job of checking your licenses. Please have them. Illinois River, trying to seize medical team was out and they caught stripers and soccer south of star racked all pretty much on meadows. Milwaukee Lake Michigan. It's a little bit mixed today. You know that area there have been trolling from mostly in the morning. You know, we're talking Eight o'clock when the sun comes up until about mid day, and then they're working some other areas, jigging spoons and stuff patrolling is doing much better to catch them Lakers. They even called a brown trout. And some small Chinooks that they got in that area, too. But this all in Milwaukee Harbor area you need to make sure you go straight out. From the North camp, and they move a little bit south about 42. Maybe 60 ft. Of water, I think would be talked to a couple of voters that we're working that area and they said the coho, but it was a little bit better South, which is a nice thing. Spoons or on 3 to 5 color lead is what they were using to get those fish there. Stage and baby I love that word stretch and bay. It was a long, John troll. What does that mean? A long John troll means you better have your long got skis that it's cold up there, and it's all being that at night. They did very well. Couple of my friends got a full limit cup some fat ones. Two of wall. I Out of sturgeon bait, but once again have your long got skis on your gloves, Your heavy jackets. It was a cold troll, and they said it was well worth it out of Lake Geneva. Weeds air pretty much down along the shoreline. Some anglers trying to fish from shore. The piers that remaining said it was a little bit on the tough side. Uh, Holders. They're using some small perch that they've hooked, and they've gotten a couple of nice size smallmouth bass, which is a really cute thing to get this time of year. I like seeing that, Okay, That's another very important thing. They're getting some lake trout also out of Winthrop Harbor, But they're once again. They're working that 32. Maybe 60 ft. Of water on good weather days. Good weather days. Remember that, Okay? Let's get some news information. Illinois conservation is accepting applications for the 2000 and 21 Conservation Achievement Scholarship program that they run. This is a really cool program because they award the scholarship so encouraged the next generation of leaders. In sportsman to enhance our outdoor environment can't go wrong with that. They're doing a up to 41 time scholarships of $2000 ahead. Make sure got that right my brain, and they're giving these.

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