Month: March 2017

Cabela’s Hosting Kayak Bass Tournament, Dog Training Demos And Family-Friendly Activities

Cabela’s Hosting Kayak Bass Tournament, Dog Training Demos And Family-Friendly Activities Cabela’s Fort Oglethorpe location will celebrate the final weekend of its annual Spring Great Outdoor Days event by offering customers a variety of free activities on Saturday and Sunday. Cabela’s will host the Battle of Chickamauga Kayak Bass Tournament on Saturday. The Battle of …

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River Resue

RIVER RESCUE Help clean it up! Join us for the 28th annual Ijams River Rescue presented by Keurig Green Mountain and TVA on Saturday, April 1, 2017, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This fun, community-wide event focuses on up to 50 different cleanup sites along the Tennessee River and its associated creek tributaries. Each …

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The Stubborn Staying Power of the Alewife Herring

The Stubborn Staying Power of the Alewife Herring Among the rich natural resources that attracted humans to New York’s harbor was a small migratory fish the colonists called the alewife or sawbelly. As these river herring crowded into spawning creeks every spring, they were noted by the earliest French Jesuits, Dutch trappers and English settlers, …

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WBLA asks, Dr. Brett Hartis of TVA answers

Dr. Brett Hartis, Program Manager for Aquatic Plants for TVA answers questions from Janice Moody-Vice President of WBLA Janice Moody: What percentage of Watts Bar Lake is now covered with invasive weeds? We understand that TVA has not updated their “grey scale map” since October 2015.What is your best estimate or educated guess? TVA indicated …

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