Restoration

Once Endangered June Sucker Downgraded to ‘Threatened’ Status as Part of $ 50 Million Provo River Delta Restoration

Editor’s Note • This story is only available to Salt Lake Tribune subscribers. Thank you for supporting local journalism. The gray-brown sucker fish, one and a half feet long, exists in only one place in the world: Lake Utah. At one point, due to habitat loss and an invasive fish …

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Disabled veteran finally gets power restored

DONNA, Texas (KVEO) – For over a week, Denny Griffin sat in his truck, waiting and hoping that this day would be the day AEP Texas finally turned the power back on. RGV True Crime: 15 Years Later, Investigators Still Seeking Answers To Murder Of Transgender Woman Lighting from a …

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West Orange County Historic Old African American Cemetery to be restored with state grant

ORANGE COUNTY, Florida. – The town of Oakland, in western Orange County, received a $ 25,000 Florida Historic Preservation Grant which will be used to restore and preserve the historic African American Cemetery, which dates back to 1882. “The intention of this grant and this project is to start the …

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Roma boys help restore forgotten Slovak Jewish cemetery | World news

VINODOL, Slovakia (Reuters) – A local enthusiast and several boys from the Roma community have started to restore a forgotten Jewish cemetery in the Slovak village of Vinodol, bringing back a piece of the village’s history. The cemetery, next to a Catholic cemetery in Vinodol, 80 km (50 miles) east …

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Grand Rapids Children’s Museum’s beloved Volkswagen Beetle restoration to be unveiled at auto show

GRAND RAPIDS, MI – The iconic Volkswagen bug at the Grand Rapids Children’s Museum is finally getting a facelift thanks to a collaboration with the Grand Rapids Auto Gallery. The organizations are teaming up to restore the Beetle alongside the 9th Annual Summer Motor Show on Saturday, June 19. Sam …

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Old historic clock of the Church of the North dating from 1726 reinstalled after a restoration project

“It really gives you a deep sense of belonging within the church and a tangible connection to those who came before it,” said Nikki Stewart, executive director of the church and historic site, during a telephone interview. According to a statement from the organization, the clock survived the battles of …

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NYC Announces $ 90 Million Restoration to 79th Street Boat Dock

NYC Parks has announced that the 80-year-old 79th Street Boathouse in Riverside Park will undergo a total reconstruction. The project, which is currently in its final design phase and under review for approval, will aim to “make the historic marina climate resilient, enable more green research and education, and expand …

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Sale of APS could help Habitat with new ReStore | News, Sports, Jobs

News photo by Crystal Nelson Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity in northeast Michigan, Ted Fines, shows Monday where a new drop-off and drive-through pick-up point will be located in its future ReStore. ALPENA – Officials at Alpena’s public schools may sell a plot of district-owned property to Habitat for …

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New Hope for NH’s Big Bay as Cities, Scientists Begin to Collaborate on Restoration

After decades of declining water quality, new optimism surrounds the health of Great Bay. A new partnership between cities, scientists and advocacy groups makes people think for the first time that they could find long-term solutions to restore the estuary. This will be a boon to ongoing research projects, like …

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