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Join the ZMA on a river cruise down the Muskingum River on the historic Lorena Sternwheeler. Create an exciting hands-on art activity as you enjoy the outdoors and take in the beautiful local scenery. Friday, August 16, 2 pm, at Zane’s Landing Park. Registration required. $8 per person, under 2 years old are free. Recommended… Read More
The MOV’n Dragons are inviting the public to experience the Muskingum River in a Dragon Boat. Learn about the River, its environs, and the important role it has played in Ohio history. Learn about the history of Dragon Boating and try out paddling. Join us for a great time on a great river with great… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – A special stocking of golden rainbow trout is returning to West Virginia’s lakes and streams. Gov. Jim Justice says in a news release the bright yellow trout is being added to 55 designated locations around the state this week. The Division of Natural Resources expects to stock about 40,000 golden rainbows… Read More
Back by popular demand, MRWIG will once again be hosting a mushroom growing workshop in March of 2019 at the Zane State College of Natural Resources Center. Participants will learn how to inoculate freshly cut hardwood logs to grow Shiitake and Oyster mushrooms, as well as how to care long-term for their investment. Please visit… Read More
Don’t know what to do with your garden over the winter? This workshop, followed by a hands on garlic planting, will teach the basics of planting garlic, how to tend to it over the winter, how to store it, and how it benefits health. Held at West State OU Student Farm: Via bike – off… Read More
The Vinton County Chamber of Commerce has partnered with Raccoon Creek Outfitters to host Backpacks and Kayaks, a unique fundraising event to raise money to purchase backpacks and school supplies for local children in need. Beginning at noon on August 4, ticket holders will be treated to a kayaking scavenger hunt on Raccoon Creek, followed… Read More
Quite a few cat people went ape over our story about permethrin. How risky is the pesticide for Kitty? By minimizing their pet’s exposure, cat owners can use the chemical safely, veterinarians say.