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Public-private partnership bringing new birding park to Lake Apopka North Shore

Public-private partnership bringing new birding park to Lake Apopka North Shore

first_img LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate A partnership between the St. Johns River Water Management District, city of Apopka and Orange Audubon Society is bringing a new community birding park to the Lake Apopka North Shore. A recent 68-acre prescribed burn on the property was an important step to prepare the area for the park that is envisioned as a premier birding destination complementing the district’s popular Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive, adjacent to the site.“We are excited about the great partnerships and collaboration that help to protect Florida’s natural systems,” said St. Johns River Water Management District Executive Director Dr. Ann Shortelle. “This is a great example of how we can all do more for Florida’s natural resources when we work together — truly a win for us all, especially area residents.”“Apopka looks forward to establishing a world-class birding destination on the shores of Lake Apopka, and the controlled burn is the first step in making this happen,” said City of Apopka Mayor Bryan Nelson.“The prescribed burn was a great contribution by the district to the future of this birding park,” said Deborah Green, Orange Audubon Society president. “We understand that there was significant district expense, with several staff from three areas of the district, a contractor, three fire engines, a bulldozer with plow, a water tender, and other equipment. Orange Audubon will do our best to keep the park on track for habitat restoration that will facilitate birding and be most suitable as an entryway to the Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive. While helping people from all over who enjoy the Wildlife Drive, this will be a special showcase park for the city of Apopka.”In November 2017, the district’s governing board declared the parcel as surplus and transferred ownership to the city of Apopka, which plans to use the area in conjunction with Orange Audubon. After the property transfer, district staff worked with the city, Orange Audubon and a local Boy Scouts of America program to help prep the site prior to the prescribed burn.Prescribed fire is the use of carefully planned fire purposefully set under stringent conditions to manage the fire’s effects. Its benefits include restoring and maintaining natural communities, reducing chances of destructive wildfires, perpetuating fire-adapted plants and animals, cycling nutrients, controlling tree diseases and opening scenic vistas. Prescribed fires help prevent wildfires by burning off fuels that naturally build up over time, while also helping to control the growth of woody shrubs. Please enter your name here The Anatomy of Fear You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here A recent prescribed burn near the Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive entrance helped prep the site of a new birding park on the Lake Apopka North Shore.center_img Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter TAGSCity of ApopkaOrange Audubon SocietySt. Johns River Water Management District Previous articleFamily Dollar to close almost 400 storesNext articleApopka Seahawks advance to finals with semifinal win over Gotha Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Please enter your comment! Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 last_img read more

House on the Mist / Alfonso Arango

House on the Mist / Alfonso Arango

first_img Houses Year:  Projects House on the Mist / Alfonso Arango Photographer:  Alfonso Arango Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project House on the Mist / Alfonso ArangoSave this projectSaveHouse on the Mist / Alfonso Arango Save this picture!Cortesía de Alfonso Arango+ 19Curated by Danae Santibañez Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/897220/house-on-the-mist-alfonso-arango Clipboard Architects: Alfonso Arango Area Area of this architecture project “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/897220/house-on-the-mist-alfonso-arango Clipboardcenter_img ArchDaily Photographs CopyHouses•La Calera, Colombia Colombia Manufacturers: Cemex, Sempergreen, Kölor®, PhilacGarden Cover:María Camila MorenoWork Administration:David PeñalozaCity:La CaleraCountry:ColombiaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!Cortesía de Alfonso ArangoText description provided by the architects. The House on the Mist is an adjacent project to the architect’s family house. There, a minimal dimensions house is proposed with enough room to accommodate a couple.The Project is located between Colombia´s capital, Bogotá, and La Calera. The site is characterized by high slope topography due the mountainous bodies of the Andes region. At the distance, you can watch San Rafael’s reservoir, surrounded by mountains that goes as far as the eye can see.Save this picture!Cortesía de Alfonso ArangoThe house is settled in a low slope area avoiding the unnecessary modification of the natural soil. Because of the region weather conditions, very cold and humid nights, the house is rotated forty-five degrees from the north to gather as much sun as possible all year long.Save this picture!Cortesía de Alfonso ArangoTwo square slabs of 4.2 meters long compose the house: one roof and one that touches the ground, both connected by a vertical axis that aims to return the water that comes from the sky to the ground through the entire house. At the first level is the kitchen, bathroom and social area, while the mezzanine is dedicated to the bedroom.Save this picture!Cortesía de Alfonso ArangoEl material de cerramiento es madera de pino cultivada en la región, tratada con productos de procesos antiquísimos de pirólisis de resinas orgánicas derivadas del pino mismo. Técnica utilizada para calafatear embarcaciones en tiempos pasados. En la fachada nor-oriental se dispone un muro en vidrio-bloque que permite el ingreso y difumina los rayos del sol de la mañana.Save this picture!Cortesía de Alfonso ArangoThe enclosure material is pine tree wood, growth in the region, treated with the products of organic resin pyrolysis that comes from the pine tree itself. Technique used long ago to waterproof fishing boats. On the northeast façade, a glass-brick wall is located in order to allow and filter the morning sun beams.Once the main door is opened, the cold winds that came down from the mountain are impregnated with a subtle eucalyptus scent that remains on the house interior.Contrasting with the dark exterior, the interior is conceived in a lighter tonality: wooden surfaces cover the walls, supported by a white floor, complemented with teak wood windows extruded to the outside that frames the childhood’s landscape. At night, the window that tops the main entrance plays its role as a lamp; projecting a weak light cone that lightens the entry as a symbol that someone on the inside is waiting patiently for the return of his loved ones.Save this picture!Cortesía de Alfonso ArangoIn spite of that the house is connected to the electric system to ensure the modern life’s benefits, candles have played a fundamental role while thinking the House on the Mist. On rainy nights, the electric fluid goes off constantly, making a great opportunity to grab a book and let you shroud yourself in the tender heat of the candles flame. During the day, and in half-light, the house itself is wrapped in a brume-like light that is easy with the eyes and comforts the heart.Save this picture!Cortesía de Alfonso ArangoThe roof is proposed as a high garden where birds and winds bring a wide variety of seeds and spores of the endemic flora, allowing free and spontaneous vegetation growth of a garden a few meters near the skies.Save this picture!Cortesía de Alfonso ArangoThe House on the Mist is a place to be lonely at the mountains, a place to ease your thoughts and feel covered by the memory of those who are not longer here. A shelter from the mist.“Therefore, the places in which we have experienced daydreaming reconstitute themselves in a new daydream, and it is because our memories of former dwelling-places are relived as daydreams that these dwelling-places of the past remain in us for all time.”Bachelard. The poetics of space.Save this picture!Cortesía de Alfonso ArangoProject gallerySee allShow lessThese “Urban Soaps” are Inspired by the Architecture of SeoulArchitecture NewsBuilding a Career in Architecture: A Designer Reflects on Her First Three Years at SOMArticles Share 2018 “COPY” Area:  24 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeAlfonso ArangoOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesLa CaleraColombiaPublished on June 29, 2018Cite: “House on the Mist / Alfonso Arango” [Casa en la Niebla / Alfonso Arango] 29 Jun 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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French unions defend workers’ actions

French unions defend workers’ actions

first_imgThe pictures flashed around the world Oct. 5. Faced with angry workers who tore off their bosses’ white collars, top executives of Air France had to climb over a fence to escape.The executives had planned to lay off 3,000 workers in a drive to impose austerity. French law requires a meeting of workers and management to discuss such a layoff.The next day, French President François Hollande gave a national address calling the workers who took the strong action “thugs.” The workers are mainly members of the General Confederation of Labor (CGT) or of Workers’ Force (FO), which together have about a million members. Prime Minister Manuel Valls apologized to the executives.A week later on Oct. 12, police arrested five employees of Air France at 6 a.m. in their homes on charges of violently interfering with the executives’ right to work. Lilia Mhissen, the CGT lawyer, in a statement on I-Tele said, “This arrest was totally disproportional. It is how bandits or terrorist are treated while in principle they could have been given a letter asking them to come to the police station.”A few hours after the arrest the unions held a small demonstration in front of Air France headquarters at Charles de Gaulle Airport near Paris and a larger one in Metz, in northeastern France, where the minister of the economy was holding a meeting.The CGT has called a strike for Oct. 22 to support the arrested workers and all those facing layoffs. On the union confederation’s Facebook page it tells the president, “You do not know the fear of losing your job; you are president; you do not know insecurity and misery” of the unemployed.There, the CGT also satirizes the French media and its support for Air France and the heads of the French government, calling them the “real thugs” who are threatening French workers.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img read more

Role play helps build confidence

Role play helps build confidence

first_img Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. Role play helps build confidenceOn 9 Jan 2001 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. A Marks & Spencer store in Cardiff has successfully used role play to reduce staff absence on its customer service desk.The programme used local actors to play the roles of difficult customers. A psychologist recorded the conversations with staff and then reviewed the results. Employees then had a one-hour discussion group to explore ways of dealing with difficult customers.After the sessions, sickness absence plummeted from 11 per cent to 4 per cent and customer service quality also improved.Dr Orton said, “Staff had become demotivated because the management constantly overruled them, even when customers had unreasonable requests. They developed the communication skills necessary to deal with both customers and management.”last_img read more

Cheap PR stunt backfires on online agents

Cheap PR stunt backfires on online agents

first_imgHome » News » Agencies & People » Cheap PR stunt backfires on online agents Cheap PR stunt backfires on online agents9th October 20150695 Views A PR stunt in the form of a slow drive funeral procession through the streets of London, supposedly marking the death of the high street estate agency sector, backfired on the online agency who staged it, confirming that their unprofessional and cheap marketing methods bring their own business nothing but damage.Founder and CEO of eMoov.co.uk, Russell Quirk, branded the stunt “dead wrong” and while he believes that the property industry “needs a kick”, he insisted that online agents should aim to “improve” the home buying and selling experience, and “not to ‘kill’ estate agents”.Russell (left) said “They clearly have their own view on marketing strategy and this particular style may work for them. But the business of selling someone’s family home with care and at the best price is a very serious business.”Adam Male, Founder of Urban.co.uk, felt that the PR stunt was “effective” but insisted that “it’s in no way the end of the high street.”He commented, “I believe both online and traditional agency has a place in the industry. Much like John Lewis and Thomson Holidays have proven over the last five years, it’s achievable to have a successful high street operation, complemented by a great online strategy, that is what high street agents are yet to do. Until someone gets that right, online agents will continue to get huge traction and take market share from their high street cousins.”Paul Smith, CEO at haart estate agents, agreed that the traditional high street estate agent is still “alive and kicking.”Smith said, “For sellers buying a home finding a buyer is just the first step. Property chains are precarious by nature and if one buyer or seller has a wobble or gets cold feet it doesn’t usually just influence one person or family but a whole swathe of people.It requires a skilled and experienced traditional estate agent with excellent negotiation skills and an intimate knowledge of local market conditions to hold the chain together and their expertise could even help achieve a higher price.”PR stunt online agent cheap marketing methods cheap PR stunt death of the high street 2015-10-09The Negotiator Related articles Laptops donated by Hunters in memory of murdered York estate agent28th April 2021 Your Move parent group posts extraordinary profits surge28th April 2021 TPFG boss: Why we’ve joined rival LSL’s mortgage network27th April 2021What’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.last_img read more

Snarky Puppy Shows ‘How To Make Music For Both Brain And Booty’ In New Short Film

Snarky Puppy Shows ‘How To Make Music For Both Brain And Booty’ In New Short Film

first_imgNPR‘s Jazz Night In America series follows Snarky Puppy through the band’s hometown of Dallas for a sold-out show at The Door. The nearly 40-minute documentary features live performances, interviews from band members, their professors at the University of North Texas, and other musical collaborators, as viewers get a glimpse into the touring aspect of the two-time, Grammy-winning gigantic instrumental band.“Hearing things wrong can be a moment of opportunity,” explains bassist and bandleader Michael League about his song-writing process. Specifically speaking of how the song “Shofukan” was first imagined, when he misheard the rhythm of a pop song while walking through a department store, later recording his misunderstanding into a masterpiece we are all now familiar with. League’s explanation on the folkloric grooves versus the American tendencies to mathematically analyze music perfectly bridges the understanding of what makes Snarky Puppy’s compositions so interestingly groovy. It truly is “Music for Both Brain and Booty.”Watch the clip where he explains the thought-processing of “Shofukan” here:  Snarky Puppy: ‘Music For The Brain And Booty’“Hearing things wrong can be a moment of opportunity.” Watch a documentary on Snarky Puppy. http://n.pr/21uVCYyPosted by NPR Music on Thursday, February 25, 2016 And the full video, courtesy of NPR, can be viewed here:last_img read more

Grateful Dead Delivers Impressive Jams At Cape Cod Coliseum, On This Day In 1979 [Full-Show Audio]

Grateful Dead Delivers Impressive Jams At Cape Cod Coliseum, On This Day In 1979 [Full-Show Audio]

first_img1979 was a year of flux for the Grateful Dead. The final year of the band’s trailblazing 1970s-era, 1979 was a period of transition for the band between the departure of Keith (and Donna Jean) Godchaux, and Brent Mydland‘s arrival, the Dead were able to further explore their own material and with their new pianist who provided a revamped style of playing and impressive vocals to match.The Dead would release their 11th studio album with Go To Heaven a year later in April 1980. The album included, among other things, some questionable cover art and a slew of Dead classics in “Alabama Getaway”, “Althea”, “Feel Like A Stranger”, “Lost Sailor”, and “Saint of Circumstance”. Several of which would find their way into the band’s rotation by the fall of ’79.While there’s no disputing the brilliance of 1977 in general, like the famous Barton Hall show at Cornell University (5/8), the Hartford Civic Center (5/28), the Sportatorium (5/22), or even Buffalo’s War Auditorium show (5/9), the Dead’s visit to the Cape Cod Coliseum on 10/27/79 in South Yarmouth, MA is no less significant. Though unbeknownst at the time, it’s almost as if Deadheads can hear the band turning the page into the next era of their long, strange trip when revisiting their 1979 Cape Cod performance.After stirring up the crowd with a quintessential opener in “Jack Straw”, the first set heated up with a great “Me & My Uncle” into “Big River” segue which indicated, if nothing else, that guitarist Jerry Garcia was going to be in top form that night. Sounding flexible and focused, Garcia proceeded to put on a display for one and all, with each solo more mesmerizing than the one before.The second half of the performance kicked off with an absolute show-stopper in “Dancing In The Streets”. Beginning and ending with Garcia’s envelope filter effects, the jam was as tight and funky as anything that was coming out of the Dead machine by 1979. With Mydland providing the underlying current to this jam, Garcia was able to take this sucker for a ride with Bob Weir riding shotgun and Phil Lesh, Bill Kreutzmann, and Mickey Hart all holding down a conjoined rhythm section. With amazing tempo and groove leading the way, “Dancin’” gave way to a rockin’ 17+ minute version of “Franklin’s Tower”.A solid, swirling outro jam in “He’s Gone” and “Caution (Do Not Step On Tracks)” led to an all-time maddening bass drop from bassist Phil Lesh into “The Other One”. By the time the show wrapped up with a “Drums” section leading to a blazing “Not Fade Away”, “Black Peter”, Chuck Berry’s “Around and Around”, and a “One More Saturday Night” encore, there was no question that the evening’s proceedings were of unparalleled greatness. A fitting end to a show highlighting the tail end of arguably the Dead’s strongest decade.Revisit the band’s memorable October 1979 performance in Cape Cod below.Grateful Dead – Cape Cod Coliseum – 10/27/79 [Audio: Jonathan Aizen]last_img read more

Video highlights diverse community

Video highlights diverse community

first_imgThe newest viral video on the Notre Dame campus is a product of the University’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Joyce Lantz, director of communications for the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, said the “Any Given Day” video, which has been viewed nearly 27,000 times, features students with diverse academic tracks and extracurricular activities to show prospective students the range of opportunities available to them at Notre Dame. “Students at Notre Dame go above and beyond the ordinary college student, making our students and our days extraordinary,” Lantz said. “Students enjoy the challenge of academic rigor, and there is always something happening on campus to attract their intellectual curiosity.” The video also emphasizes Notre Dame’s sense of community and Catholic identity, she said, making students “truly a part of something larger than themselves.” “Notre Dame offers a distinctive Catholic experience within an environment of universal moral values,” Lantz said. “This open and accepting community of faith urges one to examine issues from all angles; it also fills one with a sense of purpose, passion and meaning. Regardless of one’s individual faith tradition, he or she will feel affirmed at Notre Dame.” Senior Martha Dee, who appears in the video, said it highlights parts of the Notre Dame experience that most prospective students don’t get the chance to see. “I think it shows a lot of different facets of Notre Dame life, which is a good thing,” Dee said. “We tend to get a one-sided view of Notre Dame, the tradition and the Catholicism and the straight-edged student population, but I think this video gives a really cool and dynamic perspective.” Dee said the video not only depicts how students spend their time while attending Notre Dame but also the different paths they will take after graduation. “Not only is it giving a rock-star view of Notre Dame … but showing how these experiences here will ultimately lead to the rest of your life,” she said. “This is a jumpstart from where you then go into your career or into your future social life.”   Lantz said the Office of Undergraduate Admissions held a casting call to recruit students to appear in the video. “We were seeking students that could tell their Notre Dame story with authenticity,” she said. “We did not want to work from a script, nor present a ‘talking heads’ format.  Instead, we thought of the process in terms of conversations, conversations one could have with any Notre Dame student on ‘any given day.’” Dee said she was unsure of how the video would turn out while filming but is thrilled with the final product. “When we were shooting the footage, it was just a bunch of walking down the hall and doing the same things over again, and you’re like, ‘How are they going to put this together? What is putting on makeup in a room going to show a prospective student?’” she said. “But when all those little clips were put together, you got every single different view of Notre Dame you possibly could get. I loved the way it turned out.” The student reaction to the video over social media was impressive as well, she said. “It was on everybody’s Facebook page within 45 minutes of it being posted,” Dee said. “Everybody was like, ‘This is awesome! This is why I go to this school! I love Notre Dame.’” Dee said she got goosebumps and started crying the first time she watched the video, and she hopes prospective students get the same feeling. “I think for perspective students who are on the edge – they probably were accepted to a bunch of top-tier schools – looking at his video could give them a really cool look into Notre Dame that you may not otherwise see,” she said. Junior Caroline Ramsey said the video encapsulates the Notre Dame “work hard, play hard” mentality. “It shows that [Notre Dame students are] really involved in studies and involved in engaging in a lot of different activities and exercising their curiosity in so many ways, more than just academic,” Ramsey said. “It tried to show a picture of a whole life, a whole person. That’s what college is all about, educating the whole person. That’s what Notre Dame is about.”last_img read more

Researchers detect invasive species efficiently

Researchers detect invasive species efficiently

first_imgA team of Notre Dame researchers has developed a transportable, two-part system for detecting the presence of invasive species in aquatic environments. The paper, published in the journal ‘Conservation Letters’ and titled ‘Rapid invasive species detection by combining environmental DNA with Light Transmission Spectroscopy,’ details the team’s recent efforts to test its new invasive species detection process. Scott Egan, a biology research assistant professor, said the team’s recent efforts have been bringing the processes of testing for environmental DNA (eDNA) and Light Transmission Spectroscopy (LTS) together as a way to detect the presence of invasive species in an aquatic environment. “eDNA and LTS are separate processes that each work on their own,” Egan said. “The paper is about bringing the two processes together in the field. There are many problems of species detection where we can apply this environmental field diagnostic system.” According to the paper, this new, rapid, inexpensive and accurate on-site method of detecting harmful aquatic species will help ongoing efforts to prevent their introduction and spread. Egan said although the paper only focuses on the tests the team performed to ensure the process works, the end goal is for the system to address the growing problem of invasive species. “In the end, this is intended to solve real problems,” Egan said. “Invasive species threaten biodiversity and the functioning of ecosystems and economies worldwide.”  A specific example of where the new system could be used is testing ballast water of ships used for buoyancy in the Great Lakes region, Egan said. “We hope to get this [equipment] on ships coming into our country, into the Great Lakes, and stop the invasions before they start or while the invasive species are in small enough numbers to eliminate,” he said. “This approach lowers the cost to society of protecting our great lakes ecosystems.  It’s much harder to remove species after they’ve begun to spread, and some species are so prevalent now that we can’t get rid of them.” Egan said the system can be applied to any situation that requires identifying particular organisms in an environment. Egan said the team has talked about using the system to detect disease-causing organisms and other pests, and the process could even be used for terrestrial environments by testing streams or other bodies of water that contain the runoff from the target area. The testing involved two steps, Egan said. First, the team took water samples from the lakes on campus and seeded them with tissue samples from five high-risk invasive species, and then successfully used their system to detect the invasive species. Second, they took samples from Eagle Lake, which is just across the border in Michigan, and successfully tested for an invasive species of zebra mussels, known to be in Eagle Lake.  Egan said the process involves filtering all biomaterial from the water sample, extracting any DNA, exposing the DNA to nanoparticles that only attach to particular DNA sequences unique to a certain species, and then using LTS to observe whether or not the nanoparticles have attached to any DNA from the sample. Egan said the team had to design the nanoparticles, called oligonucleotides, so they would only attach to particular sequences unique to several common invasive species. “Our procedure was to look for diagnostic species specific DNA variation, which is basically just finding a unique sequence of the A’s, C’s, G’s and T’s of DNA for each species we wanted to detect and then functionalize the nanoparticles that only bond to that particular sequence,” he said. Egan said so far the team has only performed the DNA extraction and LTS in the lab, but they hope to perform the whole process in the field this spring. “Each one of the components works and can work in the field, but we haven’t yet done everything in the field. We hope to do that at Eagle Lake this spring,” he said. The research system was comprised of Egan, Matthew Barnes, Ching-Ting Hwang, Andrew Mahon, Jeffery Feder, Steven Ruggiero, Carol Tanner and David Lodge. Egan said he is from the biology department and works with the Advanced Diagnostics and Therapeutics Initiative (AD&T), but there were other team members affiliated with the physics department faculty and the Environmental Change Initiative (ECI).  Egan said the interdisciplinary nature of the project and the collaboration of researchers from different disciplines were the best aspects of working on the detection system. “One of the coolest parts of this project is that it exemplifies the purpose of these initiatives to promote interdisciplinary work,” Egan said. “We have a great mix of scientists coming together to have a real impact on a significant real world problem.”last_img read more

One person wounded in shooting on Eddy Street Commons

One person wounded in shooting on Eddy Street Commons

first_imgA shooting occurred near the Five Guys on Eddy Street Commons early Sunday morning according to a report from the South Bend Tribune. One person was wounded and walked to the hospital with a potential gunshot wound. The injury was “non-life-threatening,” according to the report.A large crowd was present nearby when the shooting occurred, according to the report, and a suspect has not been identified at this time. Those who may have information pertaining to the incident are encouraged to contact the South Bend Police Department, which can be reached at 574-235-9201. Witnesses may also call Crime Stoppers at 288-STOP.Tags: Eddy Street, Eddy Street Commons, Five Guy’s, Shootinglast_img