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Building Trails at the New Horton Grove Nature Preserve

November 21, 2014 By: Erika Zambello

Building Trails at the New Horton Grove Nature Preserve

Duke Conservation Society partners with TLC during a volunteer afternoon constructing trails at the new Horton Grove Nature Preserve.

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Land Protection Wins in Last Week’s Election

November 11, 2014 By: Katherine Baer

Land Protection Wins in Last Week’s Election

Although people are generally dismayed with politicians and Congress, there is real, broad support for open space protection around the country. In total, voters approved over $29 billion in funding for land and water protection across a range of states and local governments last week.

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Tales from the Field: A Walk Among Giants

November 09, 2014 By: TLC

Tales from the Field: A Walk Among Giants

Our very own Kyle Obermiller talks about the unique characteristics of the White Pines Nature Preserve. 

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An Autumn Walk through Swift Creek Bluffs Nature Preserve

October 31, 2014 By: Erika Zambello

An Autumn Walk through Swift Creek Bluffs Nature Preserve

Communication Intern Erika Zambello visits Swift Creek Bluffs Nature Preserve on a warm October weekend.

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In the Kitchen with TLC: Do Chua and Spring Rolls

October 27, 2014 By: Diana Hackenburg

In the Kitchen with TLC: Do Chua and Spring Rolls

Do chua, a traditional Vietnamese pickle condiment, is a mixture of daikon and carrot that adds a distinct sour flavor to many dishes, including the popular banh mi sandwich. Literally translated as "sour stuff," making do chua is so simple that it won't put the chef in a sour mood.

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