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Dayton MetroParks Replacement Levy is Make or Break

Early voting begins Sept.

EPA to Review Mountaintop Removal Permits

The United States Environmental Protection Agency has announced that it will review all 79 mountaintop removal permits that are currently pending. Most sites are in West Virginia and Kentucky.

Gauley Death Apparent Heart Attack

An Ohio man died after being thrown from his raft on the Gauley River Saturday.

Gauley Season Starts Sept. 11

Dam releases on the Gauley River begin Sept. 11 and continue through Oct. 18, 2009. The Gauley is the premier whitewater destination in the East.

Great Pennsylvania Outdoor Challenge Begins Sept. 11

Take Part in the Second Annual Great Pennsylvania Outdoor Challenge

Campground Fee Increase Proposed for Daniel Boone

Forest taking public comments until Nov. 20

From the Daniel Boone National Forest:

Perseid Meteor Shower Aug. 12

Look to the night sky in the northeast the night of Aug. 11/morning of Aug. 12 for the height of the Perseid meteor shower, one of the best of the year.

Shawnee Wilderness, OH, to Get New Management Plan

Public comment period continues through Sept. 12

From the Buckeye Forest Council:

Shawnee State Forest Wilderness Area Management Plan to be Revised

"Playful City USA" Honors IN, OH Cities

Communities across the nation have taken innovative approaches to make play a priority to ensure their children have the time and space they need to play.

PA Hosting Demonstration 'Green' Campsites

The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources has developed guidelines and a demonstration campsite that can help campers reduce their impact on the environment, Bureau of State Pa

Paddlefest Raffle Winner

Congratulations to Robin Swartz of Cincinnati who won the dry bag Get Out! raffled off at Paddlefest.

New OH Zipline Tour Opens

Ozone Zipline Adventures, Ohio’s newest zipline course, opened phase 1 to the public on July 1. It is located in Mason, OH.

Google Now Collecting Hiking, Biking Trail Images

Google has entered the world of trail mapping with its Trike, a tricycle with a camera and other data-collecting devices on board.

OH Senate Passes Park Drilling Plan

July 6, 2009 - Last week, the Ohio Senate added an amendment to the state budget bill to open up Ohio’s state parks and nature preserves to oil and gas drilling.

National Parks Dropping Fees on Three Summer Weekends

All across the country this summer, national parks are dropping entrance fees on three weekends: June 20-21, July 18-19 and August 15-16.