23 Burst results for "Lakes And Rivers"

"lakes rivers" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:42 min | 4 months ago

"lakes rivers" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Now. We've had 20 inches of rain before our still coming down in buckets. She also says there's something you should be aware of. If you're living near a stream, Lake River or the Gulf Coast. You not living there. Well, you might want to take a look that retention pond and your subdivision with over a foot of rain retention ponds are now full. That water is backing up. If you have not outside in your neighborhood Goto window do that now. Because the water is rising, the water has nowhere to go. But and latest check the forecast to say the hurricane is grown to a Category two and it's still crawling along at just two miles an hour. In Marion County, Oregon. Firefighters are trying to get a handle on the Beachy Creek fire. Tracy Bright, his wife and daughter saw the flames coming and details. WG ends Mike Low. They made a hasty exit from their home in the Fisherman's bend area of lions. The flames were burning completely over the road. Tracy Bright, his wife and daughter scrambled to get to safety in a panic. Hurry left with the shirt on my back and And the slippers on my feet lows as many of bright's neighbors were not so lucky. They've returned to charred remnants of what used to be their homes in a televised town hall last night, President Trump has asked to explain his comment that A lot of people think that masks are not good when it comes to reducing the spread of covert 19 waiters. They come over and they serve you and I have a mask and I saw it the other day where they were serving Mai. Waiters. They come over and they serve you and I have a mask and I saw it the other day where they were serving me and they're playing with a mask. I'm not blaming. Then I was just saying, what happens They're playing with a mask, so the mask is over and there Touching it, and and then they're touching the plate. That can't be good. Um, That event was hosted by ABC News, George Stephanopoulos in Central Florida last night. Joe Biden says the Corona virus pandemic assault highlight the importance of migrant workers who are provided essential services during the pandemic. Now. W g and sports socks over the twins last night, six to they do it again tonight. Down. That guaranteed raid failed. 6 35 pregame first pitch Mandy Maser and Darrin Jackson at 7 10 here on 7 20. W G N cubs over the Indian Sixfive. They will play again tonight for a speech at 7 15. The sky lost of the Connecticut Sun 94 81 last night that ends their run in the playoffs. They get to pack up.

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"lakes rivers" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:36 min | 8 months ago

"lakes rivers" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"To take a look because I think there might be a reason for or again like I said maybe another responsible way to say it is I I've been on a spiritual journey and as a result I have not experienced the symptoms of the disease I have yeah please keep it all I focused emotional she's pretty good at but anyway when we come back on the calling to Bradley show food that you loved it but now you hate because they changed the recipe six five one six four one one seven one of my top one of seven one everything the store just before the dawn I promise you he's coming entertainment do you live near water are you aware that a major source of pollution in Minnesota's lakes rivers and streams this chloride recently the Star Tribune reported that chloride produced by water softeners is toxic to fish and aquatic life and chloride pollution is growing faster than any other water pollute scary stuff hi I am at the E. commerce of commerce water our company is local we live here and yes we install water softeners and yes our solders use salt but our new software technology eliminates the need for hundreds of pounds of salt a year we call it what we install in our softwares it not only saves hundreds of pounds of salt from entering our waterways but it will also save you over seven hundred gallons of water and a lot of money this new salt and water saving technology can be in your home this week.

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"lakes rivers" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

03:43 min | 11 months ago

"lakes rivers" Discussed on Haunted Places

"Sometime later. I awoke on the shore. I painfully got to my feet. How is it possible that I survived? I wanted to die. Be Reunited with my little ones. It was foggy but there was a golden light in the distance. I walked towards it as I got closer. I saw that it was a shining gate. Was this heaven. Would I see my sweet baby again? Suddenly a man in white holding Golden Spear and shield blocked my path. His face was like stone and flames burned in his eyes. Though his lips moved his voice spoke in my head. Where are your children he asked? I began to cry. Not Knowing how to confess the evil thing I did. You shall not pass until you come with. Your children says the man the man and the shining gate suddenly faded away and I was left alone in the mist. I searched and I searched but I could not find my poor children exhausted. I sat at the shore and wept. Bitter tears trickle down my face. Suddenly the laughter of children caught my attention further down the shore children's splashed in the shallows. Maybe any child would suffice to get into heaven any drowning child. I could claim as my own lie. Your own AH is said to have one foot in the spirit world and one foot in the living world. She remains trapped forced to wander until she can bring her children to the gates of Heaven. She appears on foggy nights near Lakes rivers. Those who hear her. Whales are said to experience misfortune in some versions of the legend lawyer Donut kidnaps wandering children. She asks for forgiveness and then drowns the children to take the place of her own Mexican. Parents have famously used lie. Yona to warn their children from going out after dark they worry that their children will suffer the same fate as the little girl. Don Julio found the mysterious canals of Sochi milk oh the last vestige of proud empires long conquered evil spirits and mermaids lurk in her muddy waters home to a haunted island that memorialize is a man's lifetime obsession the island of the dolls it repels and yet fascinates tapping into our deepest fear about what it means to be human. Do the eyes of the dolls follow visitors as they walk around the island. Do the dolls come alive at night to talk to each other. Are they possessed by evil spirits or our visitors simply falling prey to long buried secret fears from their childhoods? Does the favored La Monja really grant wishes the only way to find out? It's to visit and see if she likes you're offering.

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"lakes rivers" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"lakes rivers" Discussed on WJR 760

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Philadelphia Police: Man Who Opened Fire On Parole Officers Serving Warrant Killed During Shootout With SWAT

KYW 24 Hour News

01:11 min | 1 year ago

Philadelphia Police: Man Who Opened Fire On Parole Officers Serving Warrant Killed During Shootout With SWAT

"Compressional task force pushes for the passage of a bill which would require the federal government would dress contamination by the first the so called forever chemicals used in fire retardant nonstick cookware because medics and fast food packaging the YWCA Wally daily reports of the news one of forty nine states with P. fuss contaminated drinking and ground water the most in Michigan congressman and task force co chair Dan killed in his home state the P. five action act will protect families from people out in their drinking water in our lakes rivers and streams and in the air by requiring people have to be listed under the safe drinking water act the clean water act and the clean air act congresswoman Debbie Dingell also of Michigan says it's an urgent public health and environmental threat ET he had that exposure if caught the cancer liver damage increase fertility increased as much but increased regulations unlikely as the trump administration continues to gut environmental laws and the president's made clear how he feels about HR five thirty five threatening to veto this important bill to address people US president trump and his administration are again

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"lakes rivers" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"lakes rivers" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"But doing the research the second largest cluster in the world is the greater Vancouver British Columbia area and your when you dig into it it is unbelievably disturbing how close to Vancouver it gets very sick very lush and you're out of the woods quickly and how many people are missing in these little small clusters around the city and there's a there's a will a female cluster is a couple of male clusters and the one commonality did this that I think people need to understand and as I've said in every interview I've done with you the water plays a role in this and that Vancouver area is just surrounded by lakes rivers and the ocean I got a couple Vancouver questions for you in a moment but when you when you were last on with me in June we're talking about missing for one one the haunted when it came out it zoomed I'm told the number one on iTunes international it went to number one twice and according to the the film distributor he said that is almost unheard of Dave and we're very very lucky to get stellar reviews on iTunes and Amazon and it's really been appreciated now and I thank all the listeners out there that that watched it it it's still doing really well great good for you and that that keys in on missing hunters and you had interviews with law enforcement you were out there yourself in that area that's rich strange things going on that's the thing about that movie that I think the Grainger the director pulled out of it was we got these interviews with state law enforcement and search and rescue personnel so it's not me out there saying these things it's them saying you know this and this was just bizarre how why this guy a travel this amount of miles that is unexplainable or how this guy was able to get out of a three mile search grid it doesn't make sense and then interview the family is and then you talk to friends and relatives.

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Supreme Court Case Could Reshape A Significant Environmental Law

Environment: NPR

02:16 min | 1 year ago

Supreme Court Case Could Reshape A Significant Environmental Law

"The US Supreme Court. Today here's a case that could reshape one of the country's most significant environmental laws it centers on a dispute over wastewater and coral coral reefs. Hawaii public radio's Ryan Finnerty reports on Maui. The local government has been injecting treated wastewater underground for decades it was viewed as safer and cheaper cheaper than discharging wastewater into the ocean. which would require a permit under the clean water act? That's because the nineteen seventy two act. Regulates the discharge of pollutants into surface purpose waters like Oceans Lakes rivers but it does not cover pollution of groundwater but in two thousand six. The Hawaii Department of land and natural resources found that coral reefs off the coast of West. Maui were dying. At a rapid rate community members suspected injection wells at the local wastewater treatment plant were to blame. Hannah Bernard is a Marine biologist and director of the Hawaii Wildlife Fund the lead plaintiff in the Supreme Court case we started organizing meetings and sharing that information and talking about it and then when we got in touch with EPA the Environmental Protection Agency eventually commission to study to find out if there was a physical link between the injection wells and the ocean university. The University of Hawaii geologist Craig Glenn Used Colored Dye to track where wastewater from the injection wells was going. He says the results were conclusive debatable evidenced instead the wastewater was reaching from those wells to the coastline Hindenburg. Yard and other environmentalists sued saying that since the discharge was reaching the ocean. The county was violating the clean water. Act They won twice in federal court but in a similar case from Kentucky. Different appeals court disagreed. The trump administration Chretien is backing Maui county in this case a reversal from the Obama era. EPA It's part of a broader effort to limit federal water protections in favor of state control. David even hank in an attorney representing the Mao plaintiff says the trump administration's stance on groundwater pollution is a departure from longstanding policy. Really it's every administration nations since the enactment of the Clean Water Act versus the trump administration environmentalists say discharging pollution into groundwater is exploiting a loophole. And not what Congress originally originally intended but if the Supreme Court rules in favor of Maui county that loophole could become law

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"lakes rivers" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"lakes rivers" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"The city of hope. conservative thought right here on the Biggio McKenna show Mickey will be back with you tomorrow rester sure no worries she'll be back here tomorrow just need the day off and. the big fill in Daddy Mack gill glad to be here broadcasting live from the belly of the liberal beast Madison Wisconsin where you can guarantee the socialist or sunning themselves on the rocks from the banks along the beautiful lakes rivers and streams of Dane county all yes the socialist are out there and they are in full force and they're ready to burn down the U. S. constitution as we approach constitution day big birthday big anniversary for the founding of this nation with the ingenious founding document it's time we reflect on that tomorrow actually is constitution day. and I think from time to time we need to pause in thank you little bit about what this means unfortunately. too many in this nation do not. they do not understand their basic rights they do not understand that this is a not not a government for the government it's a government body the people we the people for the people. remember that sacred document we call the US constitution as I said a lot of folks on the left don't we celebrate the founding of this founding document tomorrow but today Josh Blackmun associate professor of law at the South Texas college of law in Houston specializes in constitutional law he is our guest right now on the Vicky McKenna show good afternoon Sir how are you. hello Sir are you there..

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"lakes rivers" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"lakes rivers" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Need for my B. for my trailers and for everything else so that's a big impact for us and it's not just lakes rivers have been high to including the Mississippi which starts in north central Minnesota flood damage close to Fort Snelling state park a popular destination where the Mississippi and Minnesota rivers meet it likely won't reopen until Labor Day in southern Minnesota flash flooding washed out roads and damaged crops in late June about forty cattle were swept downstream after heavy rain caused the Zumbro river to swell canoe and kayak outfitters have had to close or cancel trips because fast currents make the rivers dangerous to paddle Sydney spect with cannon falls canoe and bike rental says they can't let people go out on the river when it's higher than seven feet so many days this summer with all of their brain that's head we have it eight plus multiple times this your fourth of July is supposed to be our biggest weekend but we have high water and it had canceled us for the entire fourth of July week the high water also closed some public beaches including four in the city of Minneapolis because of elevated levels of Colette bacteria it is unusual for us to have this many beaches close at one time for kind of a more prolonged period of time depth Hilder is environmental management director for the Minneapolis parks and recreation board she says the unsafe conditions are linked to increased storm water runoff a big rain event happened and then washes everything off the street along the roof at the Goddard and watches in any of the lake and we the V. elevated bacteria levels additional links E. coli to any swimmers falling.

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"lakes rivers" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"lakes rivers" Discussed on KTRH

"The strait of Hormuz the country rejected plans for European maritime force after seizing a British ship last week meanwhile president trump says claims that Iran captured seventeen C. I. A. spice is a total lie there are a lot of potential triggers that either the United States or Iran could choose to act on and this could easily escalate into an actual conflict Emily Hawthorne with Strafford geo political intelligences around once US sanctions lifted but doesn't want to deal with trump run noted they're gonna have to negotiate and sometimes but for now they're really trying to hold off on that and trying to build up leverage for a future negotiation with an administration that they hope change one fifth of the world's oil in a quarter of its liquefied natural gas flow through the strait of Hormuz Nick rank of its newsradio seven forty keep here H. well they revel in all the attention those for far left members of the so called squad the president tweets them as a see plus three they feel like they're in the national spotlight but a YouGov poll shows they're largely anonymous the survey asked people about their views on Alexandria Ocasio Cortez L. Han o'mara Jana Prague Presley and Rasheeda to lead a large share of rich bond is say they've never heard of them those who do know those lawmakers overwhelmingly view them unfavorably our news time now is seven thirty five what about the PC culture that we've been living and really for the past twenty thirty years if you're sick of it you've got plenty of company and here's Katie arches because Saunders live with them the eighty percent of Americans agree with you including seventy four percent of people age twenty four to twenty nine bill Saul when at the Texas patriots PAC tells us he's got his own way of dealing with the PC culture I have had it up to my Keister and I swore from then on that when confronted with a political correctness question I would say so what yeah so what so the mainstream media drives this people don't want to be shame for being there for rather not being politically correct given a huge megaphone by the press and by Hollywood and by social media research also fighting seventy nine percent of those under the age of twenty four aren't comfortable with our PC lifestyle okay here's something that could cause some real problems so thank twice before you jump into some of our state's waterways Jan Schmeling with the environment Texas says they've evaluated the twenty eighteen levels of fecal matter in our lakes rivers and beaches one of the worst offenders were cold park in north county which eighty one percent of the day's class said were unfortunately I'm sick or something and so then beach park where about forty percent of the tested or potentially unsafe for someone potentially unsafe clock that swimming in contaminated water though can cause gastrointestinal illness you've got a full list of dirty water locations Katie erase dot com the foundation of the American dream and even as times change an overwhelming majority of Houstonians anyway still value homeownership we also found as we expected at the down payment is still the thing that the American flight is the biggest barrier to home ownership Wells Fargo retail manager Todd Johnson saying their survey says I found most people are willing to give up on vacation social activities even eating out as much.

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Language is key to a brighter future for region that inspired Tolkien, says ethnic speaker at UN talks

UN News

06:15 min | 1 year ago

Language is key to a brighter future for region that inspired Tolkien, says ethnic speaker at UN talks

"This is Matt Wells at U.. N. News career in the Russian Federation is a land of Lakes rivers and forests whose culture inspired Lord of the Rings Author J R token the community proudly says but is at risk from climate change you big industry and a language that is in danger of dying out in an interview with Daniel Johnson Alexi carry off from the Center for support of indigenous peoples in Karelya maintains that indigenous languages and centuries old practices need phone greater protection. We'll begin by hearing some poetry from Alexei in his mother tongue. One had I in Noel Vinyl are color Evelyn Conquer Hilla lowly viansa loudly by Livy Lower Light Bevan backs Houston. Yeah we see a lot of consequences of climate change for example the snow's melting earlier and I remember that when I grew up in my childhood dates we had snow snow already in October and I will have snow only in December December sometimes when January and it impacts the legs for example the ice on the lakes and the fishing it impacts forestry it impacts digital's people's hunting and many other other ways of life which indigenous peoples excise so we see also more wins than we saw before because of the intensive forest industry in Australia and of course the impact of industries which operate in the area for example mining. In or paper industry polluting the air polluting the rivers so this is big concern for indigenous peoples. How many Caribbeans are there then in this part of northwestern Russia and how many other ethnic groups and indigenous groups are they in part of the world in office Russia? We have quite many indigenous people so and we should understand that in Russia we have two types of indigenous peoples recognized a small number indigenous peoples which are people's with the population less than fifty thousand and big groups like mine for example Caribbeans so enough west we have bigger groups as Caribbeans commies and some others and small number does nets Asami vep science and also very very small number North Koreans who are only to sixty people our audience they are only eighty three people left goodness me so really much more needs to be done to raise awareness about the vulnerabilities of indigenous peoples and I know that in your part of the world take the protection of your language is very important and also the fact that there aren't enough caribbeans being born. You've got a demographic gap. That's really building up how you hoping to address those challenges so right. Now we are advocating for the proclamation of the international decayed indigenous languages because we feel that just one year one International Year of indigenous languages is not enough to accomplish our goals and action plan which UNESCO has created in collaboration with indigenous peoples and festival. First of all in my community for example with think that we need to rebuild confidence of indigenous peoples in their own languages because many parents for example don't want the kids to even speaker and because they think this is not necessarily it's not pragmatically useful and we should rebuild this mode to speak on language and we have some good projects community based projects how to do it and we need more support from the international community because as long as the international attention is in place the decision the Russian government for example and the Republican government and even local governments but even more attention to indigenous languages seem also good practices from other regions. Maybe you could tell me about one interesting traditional practice that really is struggling the moment mm two. That's reindeer breeding and herding practice of the brilliant people tell me that a bit about its history and why it's important to the region and how it might be perhaps a chance for re growth and rebirth for the Caribbean people. Yes another grill exercise reindeer herding in the past. Unfortunately this is not the case anymore because of some consequences of the Second World War of occupation of many Koreans in the region's when it came back to guerrillas so they settled in completely different places and the already lost the livestock of the reindeer and of course it would be great to revitalize this tradition because it goes deep to the roots of the cultural traditions to the cultural identity and the coat of these people and it's connected. Very much with the traditional songs for example with the Kalevala epic point which is well known in the world inspired even token to to create his own the rinker how Lord of the Rings to jail token he was inspired by the Kalevala epic epic poem which is our chameleon biggest hit big yeah of course <hes> I mean reindeer herding but also it's important but also of course fishing you cannot imagine millions without fish fish is the main dish for Caroline's and they have a lot of different dishes types of fish for example smelly fish smelly fish dish. What is a smelly fish? Is that a type of fish yeah. It's soccer you know take fish in springtime so then the story in the barrels and they can not only for example in August. It's a little bit smelly but you can still it. It's very tasty and some of the guests are afraid to eat it but it's very tasty I like see I can't say you're selling it to me but I'll come and check it out. Absolutely if you invite me over to Karelya certainly taste it. Maybe just one final question. Just set the scene for me. You step out of your house in the morning. What is it that you see? What is it that you think of in your mind's eye? Now you're speaking to us in Geneva. What is it that you what's the image that comes to mind? Guerrilla is the land of off lakes rivers the forest and that's what I see every single when I wake up and I would like to preserve this for future generations for my kids for everybody who lives in guerrilla or comes to career as a tourist or as.

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Warm weather, storms, ticks and algae blooms

Climate Cast

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Warm weather, storms, ticks and algae blooms

"F._d._i._c. <music> good morning and happy friday everybody n._p._r. chief meteorologist paulaner here sitting in for angela davis today welcome to the weather lab for a special edition of climate cast today and boy what a wild weather week are ninety degree heat steamy tropical do points in the seventies they feel feel some some big big storms storms this this week week i i heard heard constant constant thunder thunder at at the the weather weather lab lab on on monday monday we we saw saw trees trees down down and and oh oh yeah yeah the the flash flash floods floods does does does does this sound familiar that was water in the streets of brainard courtesy of rene richardson at the brainer dispatch same scenes played out in uptown minneapolis and saint louis park on tuesday evening and the twin cities what a wild commute that was so today let's look at the science behind those thunderstorms and then later on climate cast yes the ticks are coming why does are warmer wetter climates support more ticks and what new diseases diseases are they bringing to minnesota plus july has water month here at m._p._r. house are warmer climate affecting our lakes rivers that's coming up but i sorry for the shock wave there that's the the sound of a direct hit by lightning on a tree in trevor riley's home in kensington maryland this week the video was incredible just bark flying everywhere he shared the video on twitter of of this tree exploding would chunks flying from his backyard backyard security camera so lightning thunder hail tornadoes even microbursts love him or hatim they're part of our minnesota summers what about you do you have questions about the science behind severe weather we're gonna talk about that today give us a call with your question or comment

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"lakes rivers" Discussed on Climate Cast

Climate Cast

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"lakes rivers" Discussed on Climate Cast

"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America financing, clean energy initiatives, and advancements in renewable energy and spurring innovation in and the growth of environmentally focused companies markets and jobs, Bank of America, NA, member FDIC. I'm in Walker Minnesota at an annual meeting of rivers and lakes advocates and lakeshore. Homeowners associations and one thing they're seeing is the data is clear. Minnesota is getting wetter overall and as our climate shifts. That's presenting challenges for these folks. Jeff Forrester is the executive director of Minnesota lakes and rivers advocates. Well, I hear from people across the state and, you know, obviously water levels are changing, you know, some areas dryer. So there's drought other areas are over the shoreline and then we're also getting plants native plants there, didn't used to be plants people are saying, well, you know, we've got this northern mille-feuille which is native. And now it's growing right to the surface, and it's in places that never was before we can't get boats through my guess is that warmers having an impact, and then the cloudbursts events are flushing more nutrients cynical ex. And I'm just thinking, you know. No, it's really time to focus, some science, some energy on. What are the impacts going to be? How do we mitigate? How do we build resilience into our systems? The changes that we're seeing in the lakes. How much science is there in terms of linking that to climate? Well, my sense is, there's some, but there's not a great deal with agriculture. They've, you know, the farmers and farm groups have done a pretty good job of looking at the impacts on farms, and did oh with the timber industry and did o with people who deal with the infrastructure of our cities. But there hasn't been a real focused effort on what's going to happen to our lakes and rivers because there isn't the same kind of constituency. And that's really what this event is about is bringing in people who are focused on water and one part of the state one week or one, watershed and bring them together to kind of start talking about these larger issues. We we've seen a couple of recent records that have really jumped out at climate watchers with regard to precipitation, Minnesota, one was the, the twin cities record for all time annual precipitation of forty inches in two thousand sixteen. And then just last year, we had harmony that came in. With sixty inches of precipitation, that's the all time state record. That's closer to a New Orleans level average annual rainfall this spring. We're seeing many lakes, over Bank full are people noticing those changes on their local legs, people are definitely noticing, and I'm getting emails about it from across the state, and I think some are starting to connect the dots. Some maybe not so much. They're wondering what they can do about it. Because it's a climate impact and the climate is changing, and it's going to continue to change. That's why I'm thinking about resilience. What can we do to build resilience into the systems? What, what, what can we do to begin to manage our likes a in adaptive management holistic way, rather than just focusing on the walleye while we're gonna stock while focus on we? It's all well we're going to treat the weights here. We're going to do this, or that, discreet activity isn't going to get us. What we need. We need kind of a bigger vision. That's climate cast from Walker. Minnesota at a water conference. I'm NPR chief meteorologist Paul Hutton there.

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Minn. leaders meet to address threats to lakes, rivers

Climate Cast

03:55 min | 1 year ago

Minn. leaders meet to address threats to lakes, rivers

"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America financing, clean energy initiatives, and advancements in renewable energy and spurring innovation in and the growth of environmentally focused companies markets and jobs, Bank of America, NA, member FDIC. I'm in Walker Minnesota at an annual meeting of rivers and lakes advocates and lakeshore. Homeowners associations and one thing they're seeing is the data is clear. Minnesota is getting wetter overall and as our climate shifts. That's presenting challenges for these folks. Jeff Forrester is the executive director of Minnesota lakes and rivers advocates. Well, I hear from people across the state and, you know, obviously water levels are changing, you know, some areas dryer. So there's drought other areas are over the shoreline and then we're also getting plants native plants there, didn't used to be plants people are saying, well, you know, we've got this northern mille-feuille which is native. And now it's growing right to the surface, and it's in places that never was before we can't get boats through my guess is that warmers having an impact, and then the cloudbursts events are flushing more nutrients cynical ex. And I'm just thinking, you know. No, it's really time to focus, some science, some energy on. What are the impacts going to be? How do we mitigate? How do we build resilience into our systems? The changes that we're seeing in the lakes. How much science is there in terms of linking that to climate? Well, my sense is, there's some, but there's not a great deal with agriculture. They've, you know, the farmers and farm groups have done a pretty good job of looking at the impacts on farms, and did oh with the timber industry and did o with people who deal with the infrastructure of our cities. But there hasn't been a real focused effort on what's going to happen to our lakes and rivers because there isn't the same kind of constituency. And that's really what this event is about is bringing in people who are focused on water and one part of the state one week or one, watershed and bring them together to kind of start talking about these larger issues. We we've seen a couple of recent records that have really jumped out at climate watchers with regard to precipitation, Minnesota, one was the, the twin cities record for all time annual precipitation of forty inches in two thousand sixteen. And then just last year, we had harmony that came in. With sixty inches of precipitation, that's the all time state record. That's closer to a New Orleans level average annual rainfall this spring. We're seeing many lakes, over Bank full are people noticing those changes on their local legs, people are definitely noticing, and I'm getting emails about it from across the state, and I think some are starting to connect the dots. Some maybe not so much. They're wondering what they can do about it. Because it's a climate impact and the climate is changing, and it's going to continue to change. That's why I'm thinking about resilience. What can we do to build resilience into the systems? What, what, what can we do to begin to manage our likes a in adaptive management holistic way, rather than just focusing on the walleye while we're gonna stock while focus on we? It's all well we're going to treat the weights here. We're going to do this, or that, discreet activity isn't going to get us. What we need. We need kind of a bigger vision. That's climate cast from Walker. Minnesota at a water conference. I'm NPR chief meteorologist Paul Hutton there.

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"lakes rivers" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"lakes rivers" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Well, that ridge it's been in the southeastern United States will stay there, but edge a little bit farther towards the Atlantic Ocean. And that will bring that railroad track on the west side of the ridge right over us. And that's why storm chances will start to ramp up tomorrow afternoon through early Thursday morning today. We're fine with highs in the upper eighties tomorrow will reach the mid eighties cooling into the seventies by evening as the storms move in, and there is a risk for severe storms for some hail, damaging winds isolated tornado and flooding. It's not gonna take much heavy rain to well, exacerbate the problems we've been seeing all the area lakes rivers and creeks and streams. So stay weather aware. After about three o'clock tomorrow afternoon through about three a m that's that looks like the window for severe storms stay to nothing out there. Now, though, just a bunch of low clouds and some wind humidity or sitting at seventy seven here that KRLD. We're live in the Mercedes Benz of plano news center. You can download the radio dot com app and listen to us, anytime and anywhere, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD has tag trending trending is brought to you as always by blue nail roofing, the tornadoes trending this morning, just outside Dayton. Of course. It -nificant damage though. So far amazingly no reports any casualties. What was interesting is, as the tornado was on the ground tearing apart this, this community, just outside Dayton, one of the TV weatherman in the area, longtime TD weatherman, there named Jamie Simpson. He was on the air, and he was getting hit with complaints from people upset that he was interrupting the bachelorette bachelorette.

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"lakes rivers" Discussed on WWL

WWL

15:15 min | 1 year ago

"lakes rivers" Discussed on WWL

"Our conversation does continue with water witch and win Avalon talking about her new book water witchcraft magic and lower from the Celtic tradition and win in the book. You I think make very interesting point here when you're talking about these water magic traditions. This doesn't just involve, you know, lakes rivers oceans, which are three of the most basic fans of water that we associate with, but these traditions also involve things like canals swamps and even rain water, and I find that particularly interesting. Yeah. It it really embodies form of of water, even I hail. No, all of it can be used in a magical practice. I'm kind of weird. I like swamps. I grew up near a swamp. We used to play in the swamp, which was probably not the smartest thing to do. But I guess you have performed some of your rituals in swamps to. Most of my. It's very slump from being a young child and growing up in Florida with a tall cypress trees, and the wonderful, cypress knees and water moccasins, but I have lived in areas that are very marshy and swamp eight and so yes, I love to connect with some of the different creatures that are there the serpent energy that runs through the swamp is quite powerful as well as birds, and she wasn't usually think that birds would be connected with water, but there's quite a few waterbirds and one of the I think most Mike missing is the Heron, especially the blue Heron and egrets where they can stand in that swampy water. So still. And being able to fish and being part of that environment, very magical creatures work with Barrett work as well about the danger of water. Does that come into this at all? It's always important to understand that water is the giver of life and the taker of life. It. It can definitely be dangerous. And you should always take caution before doing ritual bath where you may meditate making sure that the water is not too high. And also, you know, paying attention to the tides and making sure that you're not practicing a dangerous area or during a dangerous tied because you're not really aware of your surroundings. If you're in that space. Sure. And then you know, the swamp can be dangerous as well. There's at least makes live in the swamps. And if you're not careful, you know, about America, we'll take a bite out of you. And then that. Quicksands can be a concern as well. That was something. My parents always cautioned me against when we went to playing in the swamp. This was way back in the nineteen seventies. I I suspect a little bit older than you. But ah back then we were quite adventurous. Now, one of the things that your book also teaches the reader about is this whole process of setting up a water alter what is water altar, and how can someone go about setting that up in their home? For me. It is a place. Why Paktis my craft? It also is a little bit of shrine and shrines and altars can be very different things shrine is more of a place where you honor and worship when alter can be a place where you are actually practicing the craft, and they may end up being a little bit more messy, and perhaps a shrine in my at least in my experience. But I think the most important thing studying a water altar is deciding how you're going to who are what you're going to dedicate it to I have students have altars that are dedicated to the ocean. And I have others that are dedicated to specific water spirits for myself. My alter has. And to fairy women, and they are they all embodied different aspects of the water. So we have the ocean we have sacred springs and freshwater holy water springs, and then thermal springs, and that's just because that's what I deeply connect with. I suspect that someone could have shrine to their local waterfall. There's another important thing to me is connecting with dispirit a place of where you're at. And so my alter also has water from different locations for throughout the world, but very specifically water from the creek behind my house the river up the road, and the beach that not too far away a couple of hours away. And so really connecting. With the local water bodies is is very power. Careful work being so connected to the couch. You know, it's hard for me to to separate them. But. I wanted to practice in a way that not only honored my ancestry. But where I was now and making sure that I was connecting with those spirits, and so an altar can also include things such as offerings. Candles sacred vessels dot something that is really important part of my practice are sacred vessels. And they can be anything from chalices to both. I've had ceramic bowls made I found beautiful glass bowls silver bowl, and even even black bowls. I can use for scrounging. And so there's a variety of tools that ended up on my altar. But the most important thing is really having a focus whether it's a spirit or local body of water and making sure that you in body that and work with it. And Steed it with force often. Free listener line is eight four four six eight seven seven six six nine. Let's go to our first caller. We have TJ on the line from Rhode Island. TJ you're on beyond reality radio with an win Avalon. Hi. Hi, bruce. Hi in win. And I think you pretty much almost touched on the question. I was going to ask which has to do with source origin for waters, and whether or not that comes into play during a magical application, and does salt versus fresh come into play and do aquatic plants come in in anywhere in terms of you know, any sort of magical rituals that people do. Okay. So so versus fresh. That's I think that's really important because they are very different. You don't want to drink saltwater from the ocean in freshwater, especially if you know the source if it's a sacred spring, that's drinkable, you know, you can partake in ritual of that water where perhaps seawater you would only want to annoy yourself. The local bodies of water. I really important especially if you're doing magic that is for your local community. Sure, it's wonderful to have water from Glastonbury spread bread spring, which is very popular powerful place. And it's great. It can be definitely used in in magic for local things. But if you have a local sacred spring or even just a spring or or water from the ocean from where you live using that in ritual magic, especially if it's focused on your community is going to have more of an impact because you're going to be directly working with the essence of the water, and the landscape and the spirits that are dwelling within the water and around. You know, the trees are connected to to everything we we know this for, you know, science. We've all seen some some wonderful videos about how tree roots can can talk to each other. But you know, they they connect with the water as well. And so if you are, you know, working to protect trees, then then using the water from the source that's closest to them. Is going to have much more potent effect? Really? Microcosm focusing was say running river still punt stagnant. Water snow rain again like that. And again, it's a little for the more selfish aspect, which is people are doing say for love hate revenge. Whatever you have in the union spectrum do does each one of those come into play in any magical intention. Absolutely. I is wonderful using a a wonderful way to bind somebody if you have someone that talking you or you really need them to stop an activity taking their photo. Putting it a bag of water throwing that in the freezer. With magical intent, of course. But that is a wonderful binding spell, and you can use it in reverse as well if you need to get something moving again. All right. Bye, basically, gut it. And like I said it was I was trying to focus on the the narrow part of it. Because it seems that each source has a certain quality. That's unique to it. And I thought maybe, you know, stagnant. Water putrid, water freshwater running water, still water. I thought it would have some and you obviously it does. TJ? All good questions, by the way. If you don't mind just following up a little bit on that. They're actually a couple of things in the book that I briefly mentioned about blackwater. And there are some wells in the UK that specifically are considered to be black wells where they were used for cursing or the water was talk sick. And then could be used for that purpose as well. Interesting. You talk about community you mentioned community a couple of times in the last few minutes. This leads into my next question. What are your thoughts about the polluted state of world water and does any portion now on trying to heal? This is that is that a main focus in what you're trying to do. It is a strong focus. Absolutely. I have very difficult ceiling. I'm sure we all do about the state of water right now. And some of the things that are happening with pollution and pipelines breaking and indigenous communities being just abused in order to to lay pipelines and destroying their water sources in my personal practice. I have worked quite a bit of magic around this, and I felt very helpless watching a lot of the pipelines and some of indigenous communities just really being abused and up in Canada. And I'm like what can I do? You know, I feel so disconnected and I feel terrible. And I want to go there and do something about it. But I I really was nice to there can be protection for the people that are doing the work there and the book does actually include two two or three spouse. I can't remember exactly. That has binding companies that are harming our water dolphin protection. Spells the dolphin slaughter is a horrific act that stun every year around Japan. And so there's there's a water creature protection style. And so it is well into the book 'cause it it's really important. I mean, why use the element if you're not gonna also help it? And so the element itself helps us in our magic, and I feel very strongly that we have an obligation to work magic in return in order to protect it and protect the people that are working to preserve the water. What is the state of the water out in the area where you live is is the pollution of the water their major concern. I'm quite lucky currently where I'm at be have I live in Oregon, and it's very environmentally friendly. There's a lot of protection and a lot of awareness around a lot of the pollution. And so I think that we're better off than a lot of other places. But that that doesn't mean that it's not polluted. I still take a bag with me to the beach and pick up trash, and there's been times that I've hauled away mound of stuff in the back of a pickup truck and hauled it to the dump. And so even though I feel like Oregon has a lot more awareness around this than perhaps other states and where nothing like Flint. You know? We do have drinkable water. It doesn't. Mean that it's still not having an impact because pollution is just everywhere. I mean, we really just throw crap in the water without a second thought. And even with the consciousness, it's still an issue.

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"lakes rivers" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"lakes rivers" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"To get a lot of rain on Wednesday. So that's another worrisome thing. But. It all depends on mother nature and how he thought Susie Jones WCC legislative Republicans are proposing more money for a state disaster relief fund in light of expected spring flooding. The Bill would add twenty million dollars to the states disaster assistance contingency account, which is now empty would add another twenty million during the next fiscal year. That begins lie Senator Mark Johnson of East Grand Forks says it's time to act considering all of our heavy snow this year yesterday went through chest. Deep snow to get down close the red lake river, which is right behind my house and right to the left of that is the Red River, which we all know back in nineteen Ninety-seven we had catastrophic flooding up in northwest Minnesota and right now with the snow pack. I'm concerned very concerned that that's going to be happening. I wanna make sure that we have the funds available to deal with things that may come down the line. Governor walls is budget calls for an additional ten million dollars for the state's disaster assistance contingency account, just about everyone says they really hate snow right now after the past. Month. But there are some that love it not for skiing or snowmobiling or building a snowman but to make money. Maxwell sweetie of Saint Paul earn so much money last year, helping a friend shovel snow that he struck out on his own this winter and the result has been overwhelming started off just a Facebook ad where they grew up and everybody started to calm in inbox on Facebook. Now, I got tons and tons of Wilson ice dams and everything's do this past weekend.

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"lakes rivers" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"lakes rivers" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The largest and richest free trade area in the history of the world while also signing into law the Americans with Disabilities Act, which transformed the lives of millions and millions of Americans forever. President Bush's decision to go forward with strong environmental legislation, including the Clean Air Act that resulted in the acid rain accord with candidate is as splendid gift to future generations of Americans and Canadians to savor in the air. They breathe and the water they drink and the forest they enjoy and the lakes rivers and streams they cherish. There's a word for this. It's called leadership leadership. Let me tell you that when George Bush was president of the United States of America. Every single head of government in the world knew that they were dealing with a gentleman a genuine leader one who was distinguished resolute and brave. I don't keep a diary. Occasionally, I write private notes after important personal or professional events one occurred at Walker's point in Kennebunkport, Maine on September second two thousand and one. Neil, and I had been spending our traditional Labor Day weekend with George and Barbara towards the end he and I had a long private conversation. My notes capture the moment. I told George how I.

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"lakes rivers" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"lakes rivers" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Welcome back everyone Jeff and I've been, visiting a little bit about African Steph and we talked about how tough it. Is over there, and that when we started we talked about the garden centers in the Sahara which there. Weren't very many and he said at least there were trees when we started doing this and then now even that's gone so boy is Together with this heat is dry dryers can be Driza. Bone and really A tough time for the landscape for the home owner's for the folks who. Invested for the people who sell plans to people who put in lawns all these. Folks are struggling right now rather dramatically What about the response of the city and. Other authorities are related to water at this time Have you seen it to be very strong front page of the newspaper Take your, heatwave is kind of a little, bit caught us. Off guard and yes the lake levels are coming down things like that but, if you look from, even slightly before, two thousand eleven with local communities making better conservation effort the water use Since two thousand. Eleven cents, even all the people who come, to Austin you. Know how many people moved off and everyday overall use has really moderated we're, we are being much, smarter about it So imagine a swimming pool with ten people at it and they're drawing water, out of it really quickly well now we have one hundred people and we're, still drawing water out at the same rate at twenty of them are depositing water and at the same time. Well, and the thing about it is is that even though we're using, less water we have so many more people, who have a demand for it that were still going to run into problems. We, we need to be conscientious about this There there's. Just, a limit you know it's not an Ability where where some. Of the, bigger water users Yes and unfortunately you know I was talking. About being in Portland a couple of weeks, ago, they. Draw their water from the various lakes rivers etc And. They are super sensitive to pollution because they're drinking it you know and over. About fifty years they went from the biggest polluters being. Industry to now the biggest polluters, are homeowners because they're over using the chemicals, on their lawn they're using ones that they shouldn't or really don't. Need they're using practices that you. Know all this runs off into our drinking water so that that's one of the things that we need to realize we're one of the bigger users. The landscape. Is a can be a very big user of the water and what we put on that landscape, winds up getting back into the water we're drinking you. Make a good point here because the city of, Austin has painted itself green for..

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Stillbirths linked to syphilis in California at highest level since 1995

News, Traffic and Weather

02:33 min | 2 years ago

Stillbirths linked to syphilis in California at highest level since 1995

"That it was under this legal requirement we need to know what facebook was doing to prevent these apps from getting illegitimate access to this data facebook says it will investigate all apps that had access to large amounts of data before a twenty fourteen switch that limited such access jillian york of the electronic frontier foundation says that switch for years ago has helped protect data but says facebook should still provide more information to users on how they can control their data they're great on certain areas of privacy such as reminding users how to change their their photo settings or there are other things that users can do to make sure that they're not inadvertently leaking data to apps and those those things are outlined on afs website but facebook doesn't make them easy for users to access according to a monday blowing post from facebook the two hundred apps that have been suspended could be banned if evidence is found that they misused user data keith makoni kcbs basically told kcbs that it has already taken steps to make it easier for users to control their personal information on the site and that these efforts are ongoing the number of cases of sexually transmitted diseases in california reached a record high last year the department of public health said that more than three two thousand cases of cla media gonorrhea and early syphilis reported last year that's a forty five percent increase compared to five years ago rates of our highest among young women men account for the majority of syphilis and gonorrhea cases the departments directors urging sexually active people use condoms and get test it'd regularly a new study says the majority of americans believe that the federal government is doing too little to protect key aspects of the environment more from cbs news correspondent bill rakoff brian kennedy was one of the researchers on the pew study sixty nine percent of us adults said the federal government's doing too little to protect water quality of lakes rivers and streams and sixty four percent said the federal government's doing too little to protect our quality kennedy says the large majorities of americans including majorities of both political parties favor expanding solar and wind turbine facilities the political divides remain over fossil fuels bill rakoff cbs news washington kcbs news time eight thirty five most folks can never fight him see in their diet a little extra can help but too much is bad for you treating well magazine doctor henry fishman with healthwatch vitamin c isn't antioxident that prevents scurvy healthy collagen building blocks of protein those folks get in a c in.

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"lakes rivers" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"lakes rivers" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"And it's it's so unique it's so different it's all organic and one thing that victoria said there's no phosphorus in it and that has happened in the last few years all of the individual states in the country are getting away from using a lot of phosphorus and that's because the phosphorous ornate gets into the water will encourage lg to form and to grow in lakes rivers and ponds so the states are removing phosphorus rub laud food a what natural alternative has done by putting in the sixty strains of beneficial microbes it's doing the same thing that phosphorus will but it will not affect the water or on or around year property so again using less food but his be replace with naturally occurring bacteria and microbes from the pro elizer so you're gonna have a much better quality lawn and that will make a big big difference so first step i know it's uh it's early march get your soil tested give them a call on muddy victoria will be an bright narrowly give her a call and get the syrup test when the thorough test comes back then you'll talk with victoria about how much line you should use the fivestep program and then year off in running and it will make things an awful lot easier for you now vic were picked your work victor we're going to take a quick break when we come back some people are still getting a little bit of snow and i know that you're ice smell is just about gone for the year tell us a little bit about that also.

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"lakes rivers" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"lakes rivers" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Real appeal of kayak fishing is that uh it's it's intimate it's your your at water level your selfpropelled usually that's changed that used to be just be panel put propelled and then panel along with it and how there are some some electric motors attached to but i think it's the one on one uh encounter with the fish is also being able to move or about on the water in a way that you can't if you're waiter fishing uh you're you're not as uh uh bound to to a mechanical assistance uh although it is funny we start out simple and pretty soon we've got pedals and we've got in that and i've got a graph of the gps online and you know so so we do started out simple we build it up and then quite often wind knock it down and and start over simple again do do you in your kayak are you fishing inland lakes rivers great lakes everywhere most of what i do is on inland lakes or great lakes uh i don't do as much of the river fishing as i probably should their make great vehicle for that where you can flow donna river and get out and wade and and fish the good spots uh that handier than than casting from a kayak and a river uh my first love is probably the great lakes uh when when the chinook her in close enough i can get out there you know within a mile or or even two miles from shore and play with the kings and hooker king and get dragged around on a lake it's just wonderful is just it's too much fun there's no doubt about what you talk about intimacy with a these dean when he pounced these uh almost at i level in a literally i'm sure they do pull you around they do it's interesting uh you would think that the biggest challenge would be voting the fish uh but that isn't del pull you around even with six rape pontus line uh by the time you get.

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"lakes rivers" Discussed on KBNP Radio

KBNP Radio

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"lakes rivers" Discussed on KBNP Radio

"To the system and out into i lakes rivers and stream and cause you led the in the do business around this i was a vice president at and i wanna consulting company in seattle and some or years ago strong water became a very big issue for us because our whatever main waterways was going into super find and everyone along that water way had to demonstrate that their star louder was compliant with regulations and if they didn't they'd be required to pay for it so our company as did every other consulting company the city hires someone groups and began losing money because the way that star model rex is not as profitable as the way interest consulting works and i was talking to my guys on the field and i ask them why if there are so busy they're not going there time minnesota recoveries of the office they had to go sample their sights but just because it's raining here doesn't mean it's bring better so on average they're going actually size three or four times where they can caught just sample and i said that's the stevens thing about really why don't we just have range it is other sites the texans when it rains strong about that and i said i love and i'm going constant something and it became a kind of a go to for every inefficiency in the office storm suns what's all but sometimes was all that so when in the the what are you trying to prevent well you trying to prevent we are trying to prevent anything so much right now we're ultimately want to be able to identify track predict and prevents ramona position really and i was the quality of a larger identify the source for the official i throw my guy the st don't do that in the man you go through all down the cigarette but of it all those one hundred yes attests okay and everything from your car a lot of oil carson one or two.

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