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Take a Hike with the Northern Neck Audubon Society

Ask someone to go birding, and you may get a curious look along with a polite refusal. Ask the same person to go for a hike in the woods, at a park, or on the beach, and you’ll likely have a willing companion. Yet the two choices are hardly separate activities. Birding is just one...

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Menhaden Fishing: 18060s through Present Day

It is an oily little fish only surpassed by its ugliness. But to the Native Americans and subsequently the early settlers along the eastern seaboard, it was more valuable than caviar. When the settlers came to Virginia and New England, methods of growing food were much different than...

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Planting the Seeds to Success

Academic success. Exemplary character. Responsible citizenship. Healthy lifestyles. These are the guiding principles of the 4,000 Boys & Girls Clubs across America and the four million children they serve. Likewise, these concepts are the framework for the activities provided by three...

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Cast Iron Cooking: A Timeless Tradition

Cast iron cooking can evoke many happy memories from the past. When cast iron cookware has been loved and taken care of, it is often passed down through many generations. I am sure many of us have sat at the feet of their grandmother while she was cooking up something wonderful. Just...

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