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Quog Lake???

ACRES Land Trust has acquired a 126-acre property surrounding Quog Lake in LaGrange County, ensuring permanent protection of a rare quaking bog and its notable ecology. The property is located just west of Oliver Lake. A quaking bog – the origin of Quog Lake’s name – describes the floating mat of sphagnum moss along the shore of the lake. One of a few remaining quaking bogs in the state, its connected wetlands drain into the North Branch Elkhart River.

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 https://www.acreslandtrust.org/rare-bog-acquisition-expands-scenic-corridor-lagrange-county/

 

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Greening the Statehouse

Largest annual gathering of environmental-minded Hoosiers

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Local News NOV 24th

Oregon weighing what to do about wolf issue

PORTLAND, Ore. – Wolves were once so plentiful in the abundant forests that would become Oregon that the earliest settlers gathered from far and wide to discuss how to kill......

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