The Gottesman Libraries Services Team is pleased to share some headlines in today’s news from the U.S. and Canada with our TC community and friends. As always, our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on Newseum.org. Today's theme: back to nature.
Toronto Star--Toronto, Canada
More urban dwellers are re-discovering the sounds of the natural environment.
Mocking Bird Argument. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.
Times West Virginian--Fairmont, West Virginia
In West Virginia, many are turning to gardening and local farmers to feed their families.
The Independent Tribune--Concord, North Carolina
Social distancing doesn’t mean you can’t be active. To promote mental and physical health, officials in Cabarrus County, NC are encouraging residents to participate in a county-wide walking campaign. “Walk Cabarrus” is set to kick-off on April 25.
Arizona Daily Sun--Tucson, Arizona
John Parson, a retired amateur oral historian, is dedicated to sharing and preserving the history of Flagstaff Arizona’s Buffalo Park.
Buffalo Park in Flagstaff Arizona, by Bill Morrow. Photo courtesy of Flikr.
Press-Register, Mobile, Alabama
It’s been ten years since the BP oil spill in the Gulf Coast. With many cleanup up and preservation initiatives already in motion, scientists and preservationists in Alabama are optimistic about the future of the Gulf Coast.
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